Thursday, 28 January 2016

Saraiki is not a Dialect of Punjabi Language.

The creation of Saraiki in Punjab by combining the three dialects of Punjabi i.e; Multani Punjabi + Derawali Punjabi + Riyasti Punjabi = Saraiki, as a new language is a conspiracy against the Punjabi language. How the dialects of the same language can be a new language?

On one hand, it is an injustice with Multani Punjabi, Riyasti Punjabi, Derawali Punjabi due to abolishing the entitlement of Multani Punjabi, Riyasti Punjabi, Derawali Punjabi.

On the other hand, it is an enmity with Punjabi language and Punjabi nation to bifurcate Punjabi language and Punjabi nation with a Pseudo Language, created by altering the name of Multani Punjabi, Riyasti Punjabi, Derawali Punjabi as Saraiki.

In a matter of fact, Saraiki is the language of Sind and it is spoken by the Baloch tribes of Northern Sind.

Sindhi Saraiki is totally a different language from the Multani Punjabi dialect, Derawali Punjabi dialect and Riyasti Punjabi dialect.

As Saraiki in Sind is a mixture of Punjabi and Sindhi language, created due to interaction of old Sindhi Speaking Punjabi Settlers in Sind and Baloch tribes, those started invading Northern areas of Sind in 1600 century and afterward, therefore, it resembles with Multani Punjabi, Riyasti Punjabi, Derawali Punjabi but it is also different from Multani Punjabi, Riyasti Punjabi, Derawali Punjabi.