Hindi-Urdu


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Hin·di-Ur·du

 (hĭn′dē-o͝or′do͞o, -ûr′-)
n.
Hindi and Urdu, viewed as essentially the same language with respect to their grammar and core vocabulary, though widely divergent in their literary forms.
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Some of Qudrat Naqvi's other books are Ghalib kaun hai, Asaas-i-Urdu, Ghalib-i-sad rang, Seerat-un-Nabi, Hindi-Urdu lughat, Mutal'a-i-Abdul Haq, Lisani maqalaat, and Maqalaat-i-Qudrat Naqvi.
But below the image was printed a single Hindi-Urdu word, "ghar", written in the Urdu or Indo-Persian script (figure 2).
Die indischen Muslims und die Hindi-Urdu Kontroverse in den United Provinces.
Similar was the case a century ago in 1860s, when under the cover of Hindi-Urdu language controversy, the same mindset demanded quota system in government jobs on the basis of religion.
In the traditional literature on the case system of South Asian languages such as Hindi-Urdu Mahajan (1994 1997) Punjabi (Butt 1995 Akhtar 2000) and Gojri (Bukhari 2008) etc.
In a revision of her 2011 doctoral dissertation at Ghent University, Verbeke examines a certain construction in the Indo-Aryan language Hindi-Urdu that has long attracted the attention of linguists because it is rare among languages in the Indo-European family.
This is why at the height of the raging Hindi-Urdu row before Independence, Gandhi ingeniously came up with the term called Hindustani to cool tempers on both sides.
Shah won over theatre lovers earlier this year with his Hindi-Urdu play Ismat Apa Ke Nm.
Dubai, July 6 ( ANI ): United Arab Emirates now has a new Hindi-Urdu music station, Josh 97.
She worked in many Hindi-Urdu movies of the 1950s, out of which "Andaaz" and "Awaara" were the biggest hits.
Entertainment programs, however, used the popular Hindi-Urdu.
Chutney, for the uninitiated, is a word incorporated into English from Hindi-Urdu describing a condiment used in South Asian cuisines.