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Dardic languages

Les langues indo-iraniennes des Pamirs et de l'Hindou Kouch by François Jacquesson, in Cahiers d'Asie centrale (2004)

Specimens of the Dardic or Piśācha languages, including Kāshmiri, in Linguistic survey of India by George Abraham Grierson (1919)

Encylopædia Iranica : Dardestān


Tense and aspect systems in Dardic Languages: a comparative study, by Hanna Rönnqvist (2013) new


Kashmiri

Khowar

Torwali

The Dardic languages

The Dardic languages constitute a branch of the Indo-Iranian languages. These languages are spoken in northern Pakistan, India in Kashmir, and a part of north-eastern Afghanistan.

This region is also called Dardistan: the country of the Dards. This name of people is quoted among the historians of Antiquity: Δαράδραι (Darádrai) for Ptolemy, Δέρδαι (Dérdai) for Strabo, Dardae for Pliny the Elder.

Khowar - Torwali - Kashmiri

Kashmir - India - Pakistan: maps & documents