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Sarikoli is a member of the Pamir subgroup of the Southeastern Iranian languages spoken by Tajiks in China. It is officially referred to in China as the "Tajik language"; however, it is actually from a different subgroup than the language which is official in Tajikistan.
Sarikoli is officially referred to as "Tajik" in China, as the ethnic group who speak it identify themselves as Tajiks and not Pamiris (just as their Wakhi brethren do in Pakistan); however, it is no more closely related to Tajik as spoken in Tajikistan (a Western Iranian language) than the other Pamir languages. It is also referred to as Tashkorghani, after the ancient capital of the Sarikoli kingdom (now a county of Xinjiang); however, this usage is not widespread among scholars.
The earliest written accounts in English, from the 1870s, generally use the name "Sarikoli".
The number of speakers is in the tens of thousands; most reside in the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County in southern Xinjiang Province, China. Speakers in China typically use Uyghur and Chinese to communicate with people of other ethnic groups in the area. It is generally intercomprehensible with the related Wakhi language, also the mother tongue of a minority of Tajiks in China.
The language has no official written form in China. Gawarjon, publishing in China, used IPA to transcribe the sounds of Sarikoli in his book and dictionary, while Pakhalina, publishing in Russia, used the Cyrillic alphabet in hers.
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