Pwadhi dialect

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Punjabi dialects

Pwadhi is one of the Punjabi dialects[1] spoken in Powadh (also Poadh or Powadha), a region of Punjab and also in parts of Haryana between the Satluj and Ghaggar river basin.

Powadh extends from Rupnagar near Satluj up to the Ghaggar river and its tributaries, Markanda and Som in the east, which lie in northern Haryana up to Kala Amb in Nahan district of Himachal Pradesh.

To the west it extends into Fatehgarh Sahib and Patiala districts and to the southwest into adjacent areas of Kaithal and Kurukshetra districts up to northern areas of Jind distinct such as Ujhana and Dhamtan Sahib and its western most boundary extends into parts of Fatehabad district of Haryana.

The language is spoken over a large area in present Punjab as well as Haryana. Pwadhi is also spoken in other areas: Kharar, Kurali, Ropar, Morinda, Pail, Rajpura, Samrala in Punjab as well as Ambala, Naraingarh, Sadhaura, Punchkula, Shahabad, Barara, Thana Chappar, Mustafabad, Pehowa, North of Kaithal and Tohana etc. in Haryana.

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