The Bakhtiari language is considered Persian language, which belongs to the Indo-European language family. Bakhtiaries talk ordinary Persian, and those who want to learn Bakhtiari do so in ordinary Persian. Bakhtiari has no literature and is seldom or never written.
The book could be of interests to philologists and linguists
Lorimer, D.L.R. The phonology of the Bakhtiari, Badakhshani, and Madaglashti dialects of modern Persian, with vocabularies. London: Royal Asiatic Society, 1922. xi, 205 pages Prize Publication Fund (Series), vol. 6
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