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The Jogi (also spelled Yogi; meaning "sage" or "saint") are a Hindu sect (nath sampraday), found in all over India. Jogi is a colloquial term for the "yogi", which refers to the people who practiced yoga as part of their daily rituals. Over the time.


Jogi, or at least the Jogi of Pakistan, is generally considered a dialect of Marwari,[1] but may be distinct enough to count as a separate language.[2]


  1. ^ Marwari at Ethnologue (17th ed., 2013)
  2. ^ ISO 639-3 Registration Authority Request for New Language Code Element in ISO 639-3. 2014-1-1. Retrieved 2018-05-01.

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