||87,000 in Pakistan (2000).
||North Gilgit District areas, Hunza-Nagar and Yasin areas; scattered in Gilgit, Kashmir, and various cities. Also in India.
Northern Pakistan, reference number 4
||Biltum, Brushaski, Burucaki, Burucaski, Burushaki, Burushki, Khajuna, Kunjut
||Nagar (Nagir), Hunza, Yasin (Werchikwar). Yasin is geographically separated from other dialects. Lexical similarity: 91%–94% between Nagar and Hunza dialects, 67%–72% between Yasin and Hunza, 66%–71% between Yasin and Nagar, and may be a separate language.
||Yasin also use Khowar [khw] or some Urdu [urd].
||Literacy rate in L2: 20%.
||Arabic script, Nastaliq style, no longer in use, plans for future development using this script. Arabic script, Naskh style. Latin script.
||People are called Burusho. SOV. Muslim (Ismaili and Shi’a).