Brahui is a Dravidian language spoken by about 2.2 million people mainly in the Balochistan region of Pakistan. There are also speakers in in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Qatar and the UAE. Brahui belong to the northern subfamily of Dravidian languages and is related to Kurukh and Malto, and has been influenced by Balochi and other Iranian languages.
Brahui has no official status and is not used in education in administration, however there is a newspaper in Brahui called Haftaí Talár.
Brahui is written with a version of the Arabic script, and also with a version of the Latin alphabet known as Brolikva or Brahui Roman Likvar, which was developed by the Brahui Language Board (Bráhuí Báşágal Brolikva) of the University of Balochistan in Quetta.
Information about Brahui pronunciation supplied by Wolfram Siegel
Information about Brahui
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