Badeshi language is taking its Last Breath.

Language is not just a mixture of different words, It just not a way of communication. A language is a culture and every language has its own history. Unfortunately, an ancient language is going to be a history. Badeshi is a language which is spoken in Bishigram Valley in Northern Pakistan but surprisingly this language is spoken by only three people.

Badeshi language is taking its Last Breath.

Yes. There are only three people left in the world who can speak Badeshi. This language’s origin is Indo- Iranian. Recently BBC Reported that there are only three men left in Northen Pakistan who are Rahim Gul, 70 and two others Said Gul, Ali Sher who know this language. Although there is something around 27 more languages in Pakistan which is spoken by very few people and soon they will end too, but Badeshi will be the first one who is taking its last breath.
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Badeshi language is taking its Last Breath.

Rahim the one who can speak Badeshi said that since our forefathers married women from other culture and community and soon they also started adopting their language. Other members of Badeshi are no more and even some people don’t like to speak this language.

Badeshi language is taking its Last Breath.

Well, It is really saddened that Badeshi language is taking its Last Breath and a culture that must be having hundreds of years of history is going to see its end in next few years.
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