'These names are used in Gilgit, Hunza, Nager, and were most probably introduced by the Shins, as they were in use long before the Sikh power was felt across the Indus. It would seem as if the Shins, while introducing the Hindoo days of the week, adopted in other respects the mode of computing time already existing in the country.
Khiri beyi: sit down
Weyi pi: drink water
Tiki kha: Eat your food
Mas tut khush thamus: I love you
jaik hal hin: How are you.
konat bujno: Where are you going?
Sadpara kon hin: where is sadpara?
muzzu in wa: Muzzu come here.
mah buja mus: i want to go
huntthay: pick up
mishti dish kon hin: whats the best place around phapi: anti dado: granpa
the whole people of sadpara of skardu is also shina, these nation was came from chilas since 500 years ago.the main couse of this departure is prasharize of enemies. there are some points of this language which is similer as sindhi language for example: (dih)is use for daughter in shina and this ward is also use in sindhi for daughter cato,dar,dado,dadi,bali etc.
kaki sister Dado grand father dadi grand mother fapi aunty momo uncle bado big chonu small thulo fat ashato weak dango tall khuto short