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About the Baluchi language
The Baluchi language is an Indo-Iranian language spoken by over 8 million people in southeastern Iran, western Pakistan and parts of Afghanistan. It belongs to the Western Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian languages and is closely related to Persian. The main dialects of Baluchi are Makrani (spoken mainly in Pakistani Balochistan), Rakhshani (spoken mainly in Iranian Balochistan), Kalat, Sarawani and Chagai. Standard Baluchi is based on the Rakhshani dialect. It is written using a modified Perso-Arabic script and the Latin alphabet. The language has its distinct grammar, vocabulary and sounds, similar to Persian but still have its own unique identity. Baluchi also has a rich literary tradition, producing prominent writers such as Ali Akbar Dehkhoda and Mir Gul Khan Nasir. The language is also used in media and educational materials throughout the region.
It is reportedly one of the few Iranian languages still actively used by its native speakers in its traditional context.
In Pakistan, Baluchi is the official language of the province of Baluchistan and is taught in many schools. It is also one of 18 scheduled languages included in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution. In Afghanistan, it is spoken by a small minority in Farah and Nimroz provinces. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has placed Baluchi on its Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger due to its decreasing number of speakers. Despite this, the language continues to be spoken by many people and is being preserved for future generations.