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|Regions with significant populations|
|Islam; minority practice Hinduism|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Punjabi people • Sindhi people • Baloch people|
The Saraiki people (Punjabi: ਸਰਾਈਕੀ ਲੋਕ, سرائیکی قوم), also known as Multani people, are a subgroup of Punjabi people in southern Punjab, Pakistan. They linguistically speak the Saraiki dialect of Punjabi.
The Saraiki-speaking people follow many religions, among them mostly Islam. A small minority of Seraiki follow Christianity, the Baha'i Faith, Sikhism and Hinduism. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, some of the minority Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India. A significant number of Saraiki-speaking people also reside in Afghanistan and many also work in the Persian Gulf countries.
- List of Saraiki tribes
- Saraiki language
- Saraiki literature
- Saraiki culture
- Saraiki cuisine
- Saraiki diaspora
- "Saraiki". Ethnologue.
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- Pierre Herman Leonard Eggermont. "Alexander's campaigns in Sind and Baluchistan and the siege of the Brahmin". pp 146.