Hazaragi (Persian: هزارگی, romanized: Hazāragi; Hazaragi: آزرگی, romanized: Āzargi) is an eastern variety of Persian that is spoken by the Hazara people, primarily in the Hazarajat region of central Afghanistan, as well as other Hazara-populated areas of their native living ground of Afghanistan. It is also spoken by the Hazaras of Pakistan and Iran and also by Hazara diaspora living elsewhere.
This article possibly contains original research. (November 2010)
|Native to||Hazarajat, Afghanistan and other Hazara-populated areas|
|12 million (uncertain)|
|Arabic script, Latin alphabet|
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