Dogri phrasebook

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Dogri (डोगरी / ڈوگری‬) is a language spoken primarily in the Jammu region of northern India, and is also one of the 22 official languages of India. It is a western Pahari language. All the western Pahari languages form a dialect chain from Himachal Pradesh to Azad Kashmir. The dialects spoken in POK and Rajouri, India are not classified as Western Pahari; they are classified under Western Punjabi. Sindhi, Lahnda, Punjabi, and Western Pahari form a dialect continuum with no clear-cut boundaries.
However, most people understand Hindustani in North India and Pakistan. Thus, majority of Dogri speakers speak Hindi or Urdu as a second language.

Pronunciation and alphabet guide

Phrase list