|Native to||Pakistan, India|
|50–100 thousand in Pakistan (1996)|
Jogi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by at least some of the caste of Jogis of India and Pakistan. The language is generally considered a dialect of Marwari, but the pronouns are distinct. Many Hindu as well as Muslim Jogi's of Sindh speak Jogi language as their native including Sindhi as well; whereas Jogi in other parts of Pakistan speak mostly Jogi language. However, the Jogi living in Thari Mirwah Sindh does not know how to speak Jogi language, because these Jogi are the sub-caste of the Rajpar tribe whose native language is Sindhi.
- Request for New Language Code Element in ISO 639-3
- "A language of Pakistan". ethnologue. Retrieved 7 May 2016.