Sindhi is an official language in both Pakistan, where it is spoken by approximately 18.5 million speakers, and in India, where it is spoken by close to three million speakers in the northern region of the country. Outside Pakistan and India, Sindhi is spoken in Oman, United Arab Emirates, the Philippines, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and in the USA. Although Sindhi is an Indo-Aryan language, it shows some signs of Dravidian influence (in both the lexicon and phonology), making it a noteworthy Indic language both linguistically and culturally.
Sindhi divides into three primary dialects, largely on the basis of socio-geographical distribution: Central Sindhi (Vicholo Sindhi), Hindu Sindhi (Dukslinu Sindhi), and Muslim Sindhi (Sindhi Musalmani). These dialects are for the most part largely mutually intelligible, with differences in pronunciation/phonology and vocabulary items/loan words differentiating between them.
Although all dialects make use of a number of Arabic borrowings, the Central and Muslim Sindhi dialects incorporate a greater number of Arabic loans into their lexicons than the Hindu Sindhi dialect does. The latter dialect, by contrast, makes use of a number of Sanskrit loan words. Other important dialects of Sindhi include Kachchi, Lari, Lasi, Thareli, and Macharia.
Main dialects: Kachchi, Lari, Lasi, Thareli, Vicholo (Central Sindhi), Macharia, Dukslinu (Hindu Sindhi), and Sindhi Musalmani (Muslim Sindhi).
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