Saraiki

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Standard dialect

Saraiki, Thu, 2016-07-07 01:13
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Dialects
ISO 639-3: 
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Multani, Dervi and Riasti are standard Saraiki[skr].

Editorial Action

No action taken.

Status

Saraiki, Thu, 2016-07-07 01:11
Regarding: 
Language Status
ISO 639-3: 
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Saraiki[skr] is a school subject and being taught til P.hd level.

Development

Saraiki, Thu, 2016-07-07 01:11
Regarding: 
Language Development
ISO 639-3: 
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Saraiki[skr] is taught in schools, colleges and universities.

Language map

Saraiki, Mon, 2016-05-23 05:11
Regarding: 
Location
ISO 639-3: 
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The map for Saraiki be corrected according to location.

Editorial Action

We have contacted the cartographers with current region information on Saraiki [skr].

Dialects

Saraiki, Sun, 2016-05-22 07:15
Regarding: 
Dialects
ISO 639-3: 
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Dervi (Derawali), Multani (Khatki), Riasati are the same. These same three are old names. Now renamed as Saraiki. These three be removed. Or may be written as Standard Saraiki (Dervi, Derawali, Multani , Riasati).

Editorial Action

No action taken.

Alternate Names

Saraiki, Sun, 2016-05-22 07:08
Regarding: 
Alternate Names
ISO 639-3: 
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Bahawalpuri is not an alternate nme. So it be deleted from here.

Editorial Action

We will make the change to have Bahawalpuri as an alternate name for Riasati, a dialect of Saraiki [skr], for the next edition of the Ethnologue.

saraiki in india

Saraiki, Wed, 2016-03-30 23:13
Regarding: 
Location
ISO 639-3: 
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in Rajhistan saraiki is also native language in Pugal and Khajuwala.

Editorial Action

We will add these locations for Saraiki [skr] in India for the next edition of Ethnologue.

Dialects

Saraiki, Wed, 2016-01-13 05:53
Regarding: 
Dialects
ISO 639-3: 
skr

Until recently it was considered a dialect of Panjabi. This sentence be removed.

Editorial Action

We will remove the comment "Until recently it was considered a dialect of Panjabi" from the Saraiki [skr] entry in Pakistan for the 20th edition of the Ethnologue.