It belongs to the branch of languages of the family, which we spoke of HERE.

It is mainly spoken in the (between and ) and, globally, there are some 100 million speakers of this language.

It derives from dialects such as and it basically employs the alphabet for writing, which is heavily tied to the region.

It is widely spoken throughout modern India, especially in the northern region and, outside this region, within the large groupings of Sikhs in many countries, such as Germany, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Spain, the United States, France, Indonesia, England, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, and Switzerland.

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