Goaria language


Goaria language

language
name=Goaria
states=Pakistan
region=Sindh
speakers=25,000
familycolor=Indo-European
fam2=Indo-Iranian
fam3=Indo-Aryan
fam4=Central
fam5=Rajasthani
iso2=inc|iso3=gig

Goaria is a Marwari Rajasthani language spoken by some 25,000 people in Sindh Province, Pakistan. The people are predominantly Hindu, and use the Hindi language for worship.

External links

* [http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=gig Goaria] at the Ethnologue


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