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Dawoodi is a severely endangered Indo-Aryan language spoken in Mominabad and Domyal villages, located in Hunza and Nager valleys of Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Pakistan. Dawoodi speakers are known as Dom or Dooma and formerly worked as blacksmiths and musicians. Nowadays, they are involved in various other professions. Dawoodi is closely related to geographically-isolated Indo-Aryan languages like Romani and Domari spoken in Europe and Western Asia. There are few existing detailed descriptionsdoi:10.25894/ldd69 fatcat:wu4zjxjnh5bgfhszrdaulawyde