Only three people left in the world
who can speak this language.
These old people namely
Said Gaul, Rahim Gul and Ali Sher
live in the remote Bishigram Valley
in northern Pakistan.
They said that when they die
so will the Badeshi language.
Badeshi is an Indo-Iranian language
spoken in Pakistan.
The Indo-Iranian languages
or Indo-Iranic languages,
or Aryan languages,
constitute the largest
and easternmost extant branch
of the Indo-European language family.
It has more than 1 billion speakers,
stretching from the Caucasus (Ossetian)
and the Balkans (Romani)
eastward to Xinjiang (Sarikoli)
and Assam (Assamese),
and south to Sri Lanka (Sinhalese)
and the Maldives (Maldivian).
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