• Omar Faheem
    founded the city's first printing press in the Urdu language along with the journal Sayyad-ul-Akbar.[citation needed] Sir Syed pursued the study of medicine for several years but did not complete the course.[8] Until the death of his father in 1838, Sir Syed had lived a life customary for an affluent...
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  • Indian Literature
    ; before that, the entire region was generally referred to as India. For centuries Indian society has been characterized by diversity—the people of modern India speak 18 major languages and many other minor languages and dialects; Urdu is the principal language of Pakistan, and Urdu and Bengali are...
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  • globalization and culture
    time too it will be regarded as Indian culture worldwide. The language of India has changed a lot since past 1000 years. From Sanskrit to Prakrit to Apbhransa, language has changed a lot. India had seen even Persian and Farsi language being followed. Urdu and Hindi are very new in the list. So, even...
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  • Culture Pakistan
    : Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi Area: 796, 095 sq km Land: 770, 875 sq km Water: 25, 220 sq km Population: 178, 374, 184 Official Language: English National Language: Urdu Regional Language: Punjabi, Sindhi, Siraiki, Pashto Religion: Muslims 97%, Others (Hindu & Christian) 3% Introduction...
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  • Interview and Essay on Qawwali's
    all ages. As qawwali's stem from the South-Asian Islamic tradition of music, they are a type of song with musical accompaniment, {Qureshi, 459} and are usually written in the language of Urdu, now the national language of Pakistan. Urdu is a Persianized variation of Hindi, the primary language of much...
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  • cultures of pakistan
    , even spoken and understood in areas beyond the confines of Punjab. Facts and figures show that Punjabi language is spoken as first language by 44% of Pakistanis. Urdu language is also commonly spoken in this region. Key Punjabi languages/dialects are: Dresses: Costumes of Punjab are an indication...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan's Educational Works
    manners. Salient features of the political, educational and religious contributions of Syed Ahmed Khan are as given below 1. In 1863 Sir Syed Ahmed Khan established a Scientific Society. The purpose of this society was translation of English books into Urdu language. 2. During his stay at...
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  • Constitution
    . • Fundamental Rights - included freedom of movement, freedom of speech and expression, freedom to choose profession and freedom to profess religion. Right to life, liberty, and property. • Language - Urdu & Bengali were made national languages....
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  • The Radio Pakistan
    internet or television. In addition, the PBC has successfully attempted to establish a foothold in those areas by localising its broadcasting activities. It suffices to say that, in addition to the Urdu language, the PBC also broadcasts in 20 regional languages from 33 different cities. Beside its...
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  • Exclusive
    | | Venue:- Department of Islamic Studies B.Z. University, Multan. M.A. Pakistan Studies, Part-II, (Session 2009-2011) |Course |Economic Development of |Bureaucracy, Military & |Pakistan Languages & |Cultural Heritage of Pakistan...
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  • Jang Brand Audit
    behaviors of the readers. BRAND PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS Wednesday and Sunday Magazines covering host of issues pertaining to arts and culture, women, sports and fashion to name a few. Friday Islamic publications POP (EXPRESS/NAWAI WAQT) Urdu language Own television channels Own English newspapers Large...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
    similar to that received by Hindus, this would greatly disadvantage them. Sir Syed commented that only when equal educational opportunities were provided could such an idea work. LANGUAGE -A further cause of concern of Sir Syed was the Hindu-Urdu Controversy’. In 1867 the Hindus demanded that...
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  • languages of pakistan
    taken to move away from English as the language of administration. Urdu is the medium for radio and television programmes. Urdu plays and films are very popular. Urdu novels, poetry, magazines and newspapers are widely read. Q: Why did Pakistan choose Urdu as its national language in 1947? [7...
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  • Shah Waliullah
    sayings of the Prophet) and the Qur'an (the Islamic holy scripture). Shah Waliullah attempted to simplify the texts in order to spread their message to Muslims of every educated class. In addition, Waliullah was a powerful advocate of the establishment of Urdu as a mainstream literary and liturgical...
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  • Wake Up Muslims
    offer prayers. Our language and way of talking is very indecent and our get-up is also like Jews and Christians, because we are adapting western culture. Non-seriousness among us is increasing day by day. Just ask yourself what you are doing and what Nabi S.A.W.W told you to do. Are you spending your...
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  • Assignment
    : The languages of the Muslim invaders were modified by contact with local languages, to Urdu, which uses the Arabic script. The Farsi language was introduced in the sub-continent by the Muslims. During the reign of the Mughals, Farsi became the official language in the whole sub-continent. Even the...
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  • English Urdu Relationship
    . The first bag is English, to serve the masters, to gain favors and to be worn on oneís sleeve always, announcing your social class. The second is Urdu, kept as a language of sensational journalism, popular entertainment and to send out meta-messages to the populace at large. Populace is the dame...
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  • United Arab Emirates Cultural Resume
    , palaces, souks (marketplaces), and mosques. Date palm trees, symbols of the local culture, have been planted extensively along city roadsides. Sociofacts * Languages: The official language is Arabic. Among the immigrant population, English, Hindi, Urdu, Farsi, and Filipino are spoken...
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  • History of Pakistan
    the Muslims’ language. They demanded Hindi as the official language replacing Urdu. There were demonstrations against Urdu by the Hindus in Banaras in 1867. It was the start of the Hindi-Urdu controversy. On the very issue, Sir Syed foretold about the unstable future of Hindu-Muslim unity. Hindus...
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  • B.a Past Paper
    madaras. A student coming out of an English medium school is unaware of Islamic teachings and a student coming out of Urdu medium school gets least chance of acquiring good job. Madaras students are group of youngsters that know very little about the outside world. Here, the need is to form a single...
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