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Baltic Sinti Gypsy Bible / Sinta, Sinte, Romani People of Central Europe / библия / Belarus - Lithuania Romani Dialect

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Baltic Sinti Gypsy Bible 

Sinta, Sinte, Romani People of Central Europe 

библия Cyrillic Script

Belarus - Lithuania Romani Dialect


This Romani Bible is translated from the Hebrew and Greek interlinear texts into the Balt-Slavonic (Belarus-Lithuania) Romani dialect, which belongs to the Baltic Romani language group. The Baltic Romani are scattered over a hudge area, ranging from the border of Germany and Poland to the edge of Siberia near the Pacific Ocean. They make up the main Roma population in Russia, Belarus, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Kazakstan. Baltic Romani can also be found in Ukraine, Moldova, Finland and China, where they live alongside other Roma.


  • Language: Roma / Sinti
  • Title: Bible (Baltic)
  • Publisher: VCS
  • ISBN: 9782940059201 / 978-2940059201
  • Hardcover – 1703 pages – 130x208x44mm – 844gr.



Bible en Romani Baltic avec caractères cyrilliques (aussi appelé Romani Balte-Slave)

Cette langue est principalement parlée par les Roms de Russie, Biélorussie, Pologne, Lithuanie, Lettonie, Estonie et du Kazakstan


The Sinti (also Sinta or Sinte; masc. sing. Sinto; fem. sing. Sintesa) are a Romani people of Central Europe. They were traditionally itinerant, but today only a small percentage of the group remains unsettled. In earlier times, they frequently lived on the outskirts of communities. The Sinti of Central Europe are closely related to the group known as Manouche in France. They speak the Sinti-Manouche variety of Romani, which exhibits strong German influence.

"Sinti" may be derived from "Sindhi", the name of a people of the Sindh region in India as the original Gypsies migrated from India according to a recent Estonian and Indian study, a notion popular among the Sinti themselves, although the vast majority of scholars and anthropologists have claimed that there is no known basis for the comparison.



Romani people
Flag of the Romani people.svg
Romani flag created in 1933 and accepted by the 1971 World Romani Congress
Total population
2–20 million[1][2][3][4]
Regions with significant populations
 United States 1,000,000 estimated with Romani ancestry (5,400 per 2000 census)[5][6]
 Brazil 800,000[7]
 Turkey 700,000–5,000,000[8][9][10]
 Spain 650,000–1,500,000[8][11][12][13]
 Romania 621,573–2,000,000[8][14][15]
 France 350,000–500,000[16][17]
 Bulgaria 325,343–800,000[18][19]
 Hungary 315,583–990,000[20][21]
 Greece 300,000–350,000[22]
 United Kingdom 90,000–225,000[8][23]
 Russia 182,766–1,200,000[8][24]
 Serbia 147,604–500,000[25][26]
 Iran 100,000–110,000[27]
 Italy 120,000–180,000[28]
 Germany 120,000–140,000[8][29]
 Slovakia 105,738–600,000[8][30][31]
 Macedonia 53,879[8][32]
 Sweden 50,000–100,000[33]
 Ukraine 47,587–400,000[8][34]
 Czech Republic 40,370 (Romani speakers)[35]–300,000[36]
 Argentina c. 300,000[37]
 Portugal 40,000–70,000[8][38]
 Kosovo 40,000[39]
 Netherlands 32,000–48,000[8]
 Poland 15,000–60,000[8][40]
 Moldova 12,778–200,000[8][41]
 Croatia 16,975–40,000[8][42]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,864–60,000[8][43]
 Albania 8,301–150,000[8][38][44]
 Kazakhstan 6,100[45]
 Canada 5,255–80,000[46][47]
 Finland 11,000–50,000
 Australia 5,000–25,000[48]
 Mexico 15,850[49]
 Angola 16,000[citation needed]
 Colombia c. 8,000[37]
 South Africa 9,200[50]
 Slovenia 2,300[51]
 Lithuania <3,000[52]
Romani language, Para-Romani varieties, languages of native regions
Of the religious predominantly Christianity[53]
Shaktism branch of Hinduism[53]
Related ethnic groups
Dom, Lom, Domba; other Indo-Aryans


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