|Native to||India, Pakistan|
|94,000 (2011 census)|
Purgi, Purigi or Puriki (Tibetan script: བོད་རིགས་སྐད།, Nastaʿlīq script: پُرگِی) is a Tibetic language closely related to the Balti language. Purgi is natively spoken by the Purigpa people in Ladakh region of India and Baltistan region of Pakistan.
Most of the Purigpas are Shia Muslims although a significant number of them follow Noorbakhshi and Sunni Islam and a small minority of Buddhists and Bön followers reside in areas like Fokar valley, Mulbekh, Wakha. Like the Baltis, they speak an archaic Tibetan dialect closely related to Balti and Ladakhi. Purki is more closely related to Balti than Ladakhi, so there are different opinions among linguists in considering Purki and Balti as different languages or simply different varieties of the same language.