Khusambad Urdu Mazmoon Essays and Term Papers

  • Gshgdgg

    (Communication in English & Study Skills) Marathi (SL) Paper - I (Gadya, Padya and Upyojit Marathi) Hindi (SL) Paper – I (Samanya Hindi) Urdu (SL) Paper – I (Urdu Nasr, Tarjuma) Arabic (SL) Paper - I (Prose, Translation and Grammar) Sanskrit (SL) Paper – I (Vaidyakiya Subhashit Sahityam) Pali (SL)...

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  • Proverbs

    say nai mantay. (Urdu meaning) 2) A sinful man going to the bath in the Ganges. 100 chohay kah kar billi hajj ko chali. (Urdu meaning) 3) A bad penny always comes back. Khota sika kisi ko kabool nai. (Urdu meaning) 4) Business is business. Soda phir soda hai. (Urdu meaning) 5) ...

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  • The Origin of the Urdu Language

    The Origin of the Urdu Language: The national language of the Pakistani people or our ‘qaumi zuban’ is interestingly, one that most of us learn as a second language. Unlike our first language, it is learnt primarily as a written phenomenon. In primary schools, the child encounters its alphabet ‘alif...

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  • urdu asa basis of national unity

    of four provinces and its national language is URDU. URDU- THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE OF PAKISTAN Urdu is our national language. It has played an importyant role in the articulation of muslim culture in South East Asia.It has been rightly said that urdu had been the a symbol, an issue and a weapon in...

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  • Askaria College

    them distinct from others. Language represents a people’s heritage and identity. However, the imposition of Urdu as the national language of Pakistan has been disastrous to the country.  Urdu language evolved during the declining period of Muslim rule in South Asia. But Persian (Farsi) always remained...

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  • English Urdu Relationship

    The Urdu-English Relationship and Its Impact on Pakistan’s Social Development* Introduction Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full, One for my master, one for the dame, And one for the little boy who lives down the lane. The black sheep run the country. The...

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  • Linguistics in Pakistan

    and applied linguistics in several departments of English and other languages than before. The language academies---National Language Authority for Urdu; Sindhi Language Authority; Pashto Academy; Balochi Academy; Brahvi Academy; Punjabi Adabi Board---focus on that aspect of language planning (LP)...

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  • languages of pakistan

    Q: What steps to foster the growth of Urdu has the government taken? [4] ANS: The government has taken steps to foster the growth of Urdu. It is the medium of instructions in many educational institutions in Pakistan. A dictionary of office terms in Urdu has been published and steps have been taken...

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  • Code Switching

    Urdu-English Code-Switching: The Use of Urdu Phrases and Clauses In Pakistani English (A Non-native Variety) Abstract This paper presents an analysis of Urdu-English code-switching in Pakistani English. However, data has been analysed only at the phrase and...

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  • research project

    Code-Switched English words in Urdu Introduction: This research project aims at investigating the frequency rate of switched words of English,a second language(L2), in Urdu a native language (L1).In Pakistan research on various aspects has been conducted but at which rate Urdu-English code switching occurs...

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  • Terrorism

    and mediaTERRORISM AND INDIAN MEDIA :A Comparative Study of approach English, Hindi and Urdu newspapers towards terrorism by India Policy Foundation A serious research work on the approach of the Indian print media towards terrorism was brought out by India Policy Foundation (IPF) in March 2009....

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  • Comparison Between Hindi and Urdu

    ------------------------------------------------- Urdu An Artificial Divide? Sudarsh Rathi,201125172 AsIf Hussain,201225086 RUDHIR SIDDHAM,201225195 Sudarsh Rathi,201125172 AsIf Hussain,201225086 RUDHIR SIDDHAM,201225195 The Question The purpose of this paper or 'the problem statement' is to analyze if Hindi and Urdu two separate...

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  • kinship

    Kinship Table Of Contents: • Definition • Abstract • Introduction • Objectives • Punjabi Language • Kinship Terminology in Punjabi and Urdu • Table 1:Urdu and Punjabi Kinship Terms • Population • Procedure • Results and Analysis of Data • Table 2:Results of Questionnaire • Discussion • Conclusion ...

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  • Press in Subcountinent

    disliked it because it preserved the memories of Muslim’s power of influence afresh. So, they promoted Urdu language and financially assisted in its publication * Jam-e-Jahan Numa: First printed Urdu newspaper was “Jam-e-Jahan Numa”, published in Calcutta in 1822 under the supervision of British. Its...

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  • Munshi Premchand

    munshi premchand Munshi Premchand THE PHARAOHS OF URDU* Mr. Niyaz Fatehpuri is a prominent Urdu journalist;[1] in other words, he possesses a God-given talent for writing inflammatory words. Further, despite his nationalist claims, he is breathtakingly bold when it comes to expressing communal...

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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin

      The Communalization and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai’s In Custody 1 Introduction T  of Urdu in India is an extremely layered one which needs to be examined historically, politically and ideologically in order to grasp the various forces which have shaped its current...

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  • Birth of Urdu Journalism in the Indian Subcontinent

    important impediment” was that no “coherent connected” record of progress and growth of the Press was available in each of the languages. The case of Urdu Press, which is the second oldest language press of the Sub-continent after Bengali (the mother tongue of Bengal), and the first in the rest of India...

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  • Urdu Hindi Controversy

    united. Urdu was the official language of the sub-continent and was spoken and used by both, Hindus and Muslims. All groups had contributed towards the development of the language. The Urdu-Hindi controversy started with the fall of the Mughal Empire. This is because the Hindus felt that Urdu was a language...

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  • Urdu

    The term 'Urdu' and its origin The term Urdu derives from a Turkish word ordu meaning camp or army. The Urdu language developed between the Muslim soldiers of the Mughals armies who belonged to various ethnicities like Turks, Arabs, Persians, Pathans, Balochis, Rajputs, Jats and Afghans. These soldiers...

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  • Language Learning

    are the pedigree of nations.” — Samuel Johnson It was the 4th annual “Zia Mohyeddin’s Ezaaz baraaey  She’r o Nasr Khwaani” competition for reciting Urdu prose and poetry on Jan 20, 2011, at the School of International Science and Arts (SISA) situated along Lahore’s beauteous canal road. There was great...

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