|Spoken in:||India, Bangladesh, China, and Myanmar|
|Region:||South and East Asia|
|Total speakers:||121 million|
|Note: This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode. See IPA chart for English for an English-based pronunciation key.|
Jkari(Jharivargi:ऑळिਸ਼ Jeḳari) is a Indo-Aryan language spoken in India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Malaysia, and areas of Eastern Asia. The language is spoken by 121 million inhabitant in India, China, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. There are four different dialects: Patna, Zhengzhou, Bengal, and Irrawaddy. The alphabet for the Jkari language is the Jharivargi Script, a mix of Devanagari and Punjabi scripts.