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विकिपीडिया (in Devanagari) وکیپیڈیا (in Shahmukhi)
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Haryanvi language is a popular language in India and Pakistan. Speakers from both countries can easily understand speech in the Haryanvi language. However, people from both countries cannot understand the written text of the other side. Because in Pakistan Haryanvi is written in RTL Shahmukhi script and in India, this is written in LTR Devanagari script. Currently, there is an incubator project for the Devanagari script at incubator:Wp/bgc. Haryanvi people from Pakstan dont understand text written in Devanagari. So we need seprate Haryanvi Wikipeida in Shahmukhi script. Please note that for the same reason, there are 2 Wikipedia for one Punjabi language. One is pa.wikipedia.org which is in Gurmukhi script which is common in India and pnb.wikipedia.org which is in Shahmukhi script and common in Pakistan.--Ameen Akbar (talk) 16:44, 30 July 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I've brought this up in the language committee. Tentatively, I would say for now the Wp/bgc test-project at Incubator can be used for both writing systems. --MF-W 11:24, 4 August 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Thank you so much. I am doing the same from today. I am using seprate categories to distinguish pages. Ameen Akbar (talk) 18:44, 14 August 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]