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Fay Ki Boli
Fay Kee Bolee (Urdu: ف کی بولی‬‎, lit. Fay Language) is a language game used by Urdu-speaking people in Pakistan. It can be regarded as a trivial substitution cipher and it is sometimes used by adults to converse in (perceived) privacy in the presence of children. It is close to games found in other languages such as Farfallino alphabet (Italian), jeringonza (Spanish/Portuguese), and Pig Latin (English). "Fay" (ف‬), Urdu
Urdu
language Alphabet corresponding to the sound of F in English, can be replaced by most other consonants to form another variety. Pay ki Boli is another more complex variation of the language game. Rules[edit] The game is based on a simple substitution: adding an extra F before each vowel of a syllable. Insert fay in the middle of each syllable (usually before the vowel - splitting the syllable into two) in each word
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Pakistan
Coordinates: 30°N 70°E / 30°N 70°E / 30; 70 Islamic Republic
Islamic Republic
of Pakistan اِسلامی جمہوریہ پاكِستان‬ (Urdu) Islāmī Jumhūriyah Pākistān[1]FlagEmblemMotto: Īmān, Ittihād, Nazam ایمان، اتحاد، نظم‬ (Urdu) "Faith, Unity, Discipline" [2]Anthem: Qaumī Tarānah قَومی ترانہ‬ "The National Anthem"[3]Area controlled by Pakistan
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Urdu Literature
Urdu
Urdu
literature (Urdu: ادبیات اردو‬‎, “Adbiyāt-i Urdū”) has a history that is inextricably tied to the development of Urdu, the register of the Hindustani language
Hindustani language
written in the Perso-Arabic script. While it tends to be dominated by poetry, especially the verse forms of the ghazal and nazm, it has expanded into other styles of writing, including that of the short story, or afsana. Urdu
Urdu
literature is mostly popular in Pakistan, where Urdu
Urdu
is the national language. It is also a recognized official language in India
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Rekhta
Rekhta (Urdu: ریختہ ‬‎), (Hindi: रेख़्ता),(rextā) was the Hindustani language
Hindustani language
as its dialectal basis shifted to the Khariboli
Khariboli
dialect of Delhi
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Urdu In Aurangabad
Aurangabad usually refers to Aurangabad, Maharashtra, or Aurangabad, Bihar, two major cities in India. It may also refer to:Near Aurangabad, Bihar: Aurangabad district, BiharList of villages in Aurangabad district, Bihar Aurangabad (Bihar Lok Sabha constituency)Near Aurangabad, Maharashtra:Neighborhoods of Aurangabad
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Urdu In The United Kingdom
Urdu
Urdu
is the fourth most commonly spoken language in the United Kingdom. According to the 2011 census, 269,000 people (0.5% of UK residents) listed Urdu
Urdu
as their main language.[1] Ethnologue
Ethnologue
reports the total number of Urdu-speakers in the UK at over 400,000.[2]Contents1 Challenges 2 Use in politics 3 See also 4 References 5 Further readingChallenges[edit] Britain's Anglophone tradition and inheritance centralises English as the national lingua and vernacular
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Roman Urdu
Roman Urdu
Urdu
is the name used for the Urdu language
Urdu language
written with the Roman script. According to the Urdu
Urdu
scholar Habib R. Sulemani: "Roman Urdu
Urdu
is strongly opposed by the traditional Arabic script lovers. Despite this opposition it is still used by most on the internet and computers due to limitations of most technologies as they do not have the Urdu script. Although, this script is under development and thus the net users are using the Roman script
Roman script
in their own ways. Popular websites like Jang Group have devised their own schemes for Roman Urdu. This is of great advantage for those who are not able to read the Arabic script
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Language Politics
Language politics
Language politics
is the way language and linguistic differences between peoples are dealt with in the political arena. This could manifest as government recognition, as well as how language is treated in official capacities. Some examples:Recognition (or not) of a language as an official language. Generally this means that all official documents affecting a country or region are published in languages that are 'official', but not in those that are not. Evidence in a court of law may also be expected to be in an official language only. In countries where there are more than one main language, there are often political implications in decisions that are seen to promote one group of speakers over another, and this is often referred to as language politics
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Urdu Movement
Movement may refer to:Contents1 Common uses 2 Society and the arts 3 Music3.1 Albums 3.2 Songs4 Other 5 See alsoCommon uses[edit]Motion in physics Movement (clockwork), the internal mechanism of a timepiece Movement (sign language), the direction and nature of the movement of the hands when signing Syntactic movement, a phenomenon in some theories of grammarSociety and the arts[edit] Movement (musi
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Hindi-Urdu Controversy
The Hindi– Urdu
Urdu
controversy is an ongoing dispute—dating back to the 19th century—regarding the status of Hindi
Hindi
and Urdu
Urdu
as a single language, Hindustani (lit "of Hindustan"), or as two dialects of a single language, and the establishment of a single standard language in certain areas of North India. Although this debate was officially settled by a government order in 1950, declaring Hindi
Hindi
as the official language, some resistance remains
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Urdu Informatics
Urdu
Urdu
Informatics (Urdu: اردو اطلاعیات) relates to the research and contributions in bringing the utilities and usage of Urdu to the modern information and communication technologies in education and business
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Dakhini
Dakhini
Dakhini
or Dakkhani (دکنی‬), also spelled Dakkani (داکھان) and Deccani
Deccani
(dec-ca-ni), is an Indo-Aryan language
Indo-Aryan language
of South India. It arose as a language of the Deccan
Deccan
sultanates ca. 1300 AD in ways similar to Urdu. It is similar to Urdu
Urdu
in its influence from Arabic and Persian with a Prakrit base, but differs because of the strong influence of Marathi, Telugu and Kannada
Kannada
spoken in the states of Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka
Karnataka
and Tamil Nadu. This dialect has a rich and extensive literary heritage
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Pakistani Cinema
The Cinema of Pakistan
Pakistan
or Pakistani cinema (Urdu: پاکِستانی سینما‬‎) refers to the filmmaking industry in Pakistan. Pakistan
Pakistan
is home to several film studios centres, primarily located in its two largest cities - Karachi
Karachi
and Lahore. Pakistani cinema has played an important part in Pakistani culture, and in recent years has begun flourishing again after years of decline, delivering entertainment to audiences in Pakistan
Pakistan
and expatriates abroad. Several film industries are based in Pakistan, which tend to be regional and niche in nature. Over 10,000 Urdu
Urdu
feature-films have been produced in Pakistan
Pakistan
since 1948, as well as over 8000 Punjabi, 6000 Pashto and 2000 Sindhi feature-length films
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Urdu Poetry
Urdu
Urdu
poetry (Urdu: اُردُو شاعرى‬‎ Urdū S̱ẖāʿirī) is a rich tradition of poetry and has many different forms. Many of the poetic forms and structures are of Arabic
Arabic
origin. Today, it is an important part of the cultures of South Asia. Meer, Dard, Ghalib, Anees, Daag Dehlvi, Dabeer, Iqbal, Zauq, Josh, Akbar, Jigar, Faiz, Firaq, Shakeb Jalali, Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, Shair, Mohsin, Faraz,Faizi and Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Muhammad Iqbal
are among the greatest poets of Urdu. The language of Urdu
Urdu
got its pinnacle under the British Raj, and it received official status
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Pakistani Classical Music
MagazinesDankaTelevisionARY Musik Coke Studio Nescafe Basement Oxygene Uth RecordsInternetTaazi Patari.pkNationalistic and patriotic songsNational anthem Qaumi TaranahRegional musicAzad Jammu & Kashmir Balochistan Tribal Areas Gilgit-Baltistan Islamabad Capital Territory Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Punjab Sindhv t eMusic of BangladeshBaul, the mystic minstrel of Bengal.GenresClassical Rock Hip hopSpecific formsReligious musicHamd Naat Ghazal Jari gan Shreekrishna Kirtana Shyama SangeetEthnic musicAgamani-Vijaya Baul Bhatiali Bhawaiya Dhamail Gombhira Kavigan Maimansingha Gitika Sari ganTraditional musicRabindra Sangeet Nazrul Geeti Lalon Hason RajaMedia and performanceMusic awards
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List Of Urdu Writers
This is a list of notable Urdu
Urdu
language writers.Contents: Top 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y ZA[edit]Akhtar Sheerani Ada Jafri Jamiluddin Aali Ghulam Abbas Khwaja Ahmad Abbas Mirza Adeeb Chaudhry Afzal Haq Wazir Agha Anwaar Ahmad Aziz Ahmad Ashfaq Ahmed Faruqi Nisar Ahmed Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi Saeed Ahmad Akhtar Waheed Akhtar Amjad Islam Amjad Majeed Amjad Rasheed Amjad Mir Amman Rais Amrohvi Satyapal Anand Sahar Ansari Syed Amin Ashraf Syed Waheed Ashraf Hasan Askari Abul Kalam Azad Idris Azad Jagan Nath Azad Muhammad Husain Azad Jehanzeb Aziz Abdul Hameed Ayub Sabir Amjad ParvezB[edit]


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