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The Wakhi people (Wakhi: وخی; Chinese: 瓦罕 or 瓦汗, both pronounced "Wahan") or the Khik (خیک),[1] are an Iranian ethnic group living in adjacent, remote regions of Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan and China. They are predominantly centered in Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor, the northern-most part of Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan, the Gorno-Badakhshan region of Tajikistan and the southwestern region of China's Xinjiang.[2] They are native speakers of Wakhi, an Indo-European language of the Iranian branch.


  1. ^ Kreutzmann, Hermann (3 September 2003). "Ethnic minorities and marginality in the Pamirian Knot: survival of Wakhi and Kirghiz in a harsh environment and global contexts". The Geographical Journal. Blackwell Publishing. 169 (3): 215–235. doi:10.1111/1475-4959.00086. 
  2. ^ "Wakhi". Endangered Language Alliance. Erişim tarihi: 14 July 2018.