|MEMONI LANGUAGE PROJECT
Language Code (mby) ISO/DIS 639-3 international standard (Draft International Standard)
Memoni is a unwritten language which is spoken by ( in its different dialects) by at least 2 to 5 million people. Technically the Memoni is a language of Memons who are a minor linguistics group, in Indian subcontinent that are identified as mainstream Sunni Muslims and their ancestry can be traced back to 15th century Sindh, Indus valley region in a province of present day Pakistan. There are several other groups such as some Ismaili and Khoja who also speak the similar language which is identify as kutchi language.
Siddique Katiya Montreal Canada Karachi Pakistan
Members of Memoni Orthography committee:
This project proposed the Memoni Language be
written in Latin (roman) script using modern English alphabet with 26
letters no glyphs or diacritic (accent) marks are considered
(1) Publication of standard Memoni Orthography of
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROJECT:
Everyone is welcome to collaborate with this project, the major challenge to this project is the establishment of standard Memoni orthography of basic routine words in roman script.