The Roman Sindhi script is a writing system used to write the Sindhi language, which is spoken by millions of people in the Sindh region of Pakistan and India. It is based on the Latin alphabet, and was developed by Sindhi language experts and linguists as a way to write Sindhi using the Roman alphabet instead of the traditional Arabic script. The Roman Sindhi script has been adopted by many people as an alternative way to write Sindhi, particularly in diaspora communities where the use of the Arabic script may be less prevalent. It is also sometimes used in educational materials and books to make the language more accessible to people who are not familiar with the Arabic alphabet.
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