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How did Sindhi Language develop?

Before the partition of the subcontinent

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Sindhi is an ancient language, over seventy percent of the Sindhi words are Sanskrit. The fact that Sindhi is mostly written in the Arabic script, gives some people the impression that it is a Persio-Arabic tongue. Professor E. Trumpp in his monumental `Sindhi Alphabet and Grammar' ) writes: "Sindhi is a pure Sanskritical language, more free from foreign elements than any of the North Indian vernaculars."

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This information is very helpful. But the thing is that I have an assignment to find out detailed information about the "development" of Sindhi..
Although this was very informative but I was thinking if you could give me something that is easy to understand and is detailed. Thanks a whole lot :)
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Sindhi language is said to have developed from the Virachada dialect, which originates from the Prakrit language. This was during the 1500 BC and it was categorized as an Indo-Aryan linguistic. Find out more from http://www.alsintl.com/resources/languages/Sindhi/.

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I even looked at this site before I asked this question. Basically when I read I couldn't understand what it said :/ I was wondering if you could give me more information about how it developed in the Virachada dialect. :) Pleaseee. I'd be really thankfulll :)
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