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This research focuses on the differences in phonological, lexical and morpho-syntactic features of two different villages (A & B) in Punjab, Pakistan. These villages are located in District Sahiwal of Pakistani Punjab. This research aims to describe the most prominent differences between the two dialects because these dialects sometimes behave like the identity of some proper regions. Further, this study discussed the differences in the use of specific linguistic characters that were analyzed from undefined conversations from both villages. Two groups from two villages were recorded, with each group consisting of 15 men. The presence of differences at the lexical, phonological and morpho-syntactic levels in each dialect was described. The conclusion of this research is clear that dialects make a single word pronunciation and its meaning varies at different points.