Urdu Language History In Urdu

Urdu Language History In Urdu Muqadma Tareekh Zaban Urdu PDF book Tarikh in Pakistan and India PDF Book free download or read online written by Masood Hussain Khan. For those unfamiliar with linguistics, Urdu was a mixed language, a mixture of Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Hindi, sometimes attributed to Shah Jahan's army and sometimes to the golden age of Akbar. This idea of ​​the origin of Urdu was not very satisfying. The concept of evolution on which human thought is based today also operates in the linguistic world. Therefore, those who know the language immediately recognized which dialect is at the bottom of this vulgar language. 

Most of the various theories about the origin and beginnings of the Urdu language in modern times are speculations that should not even be mentioned in any scientific or research article. The historical significance of Urdu's relationship with Deccan, Gujarat, Madras, and Sindh is obvious. Problems Those who understand the language may not even bother to mention these ideas regarding the origin of Urdu. The greatest work of the twentieth century in Indo-Aryan linguistics is Grierson's great "Linguistic Survey of India". Grierson is the first to address in detail the speculations that were made without thinking about our language. 

He pointed out the historical continuity of the Indo-Aryan language and sought to know the interrelationships of modern Aryan languages. He also made the first standing bid a permanent bid. But Grierson did not know the exact relationship between Punjabi, Khadi Boli, and Burj Bhasha. Is born of, Therefore, Grierson's linguistic research does not have a final word on the Urdu language, as an adult researcher like Professor Sherani had noticed. Professor Mahmood Sherani's "Urdu in the Punjab" (1928) is an important work in this regard. 

But Prof. Sherani has also acted on mere speculation about the ancient language of Delhi and has left the Haryanvi language as an ancient form of Urdu. However, it is a fact that the population of the Haryana area has always been high in the lashkars of the Delhi Sultans and in the bazaars of the city. Therefore, those working on the beginnings of Urdu should focus on the dialects of the suburbs of Delhi, as well as the neighboring dialects, Punjabi, Burj Bhasha, etc. The reference to this new linguistic field is first found in the writings of Professor Joel Block (Bulletin School of Oriental Studies London 1928). 

Later, Dr. Zor also mentions the influence of the Haryanvi language on Urdu in "Indian Linguistics" (1932). But both Sherani and Joel Block forgot the status of Delhi, which is situated at the confluence of Haryanvi Khadi and Miwati (Rajasthani dialect), and a short distance to the south begins the Burj area. That is why the idiom of vertical dialect prevailed with the support of Burj Bhasha and thus today's standard Urdu is closer to the dialects of Western UP across the Jumna. 

Masood Hussain Khan in his book "Muqaddam Tarikh-e-Tarikh-e-Urdu" has pointed out the continuity of the Urdu language from the Vedic period (1500 BC) to 1850 AD because our language is a link between the same language in which I grew up The story of the evolution of this language is covered in this book. The origin of this story is taken from North India but the first authentic material for its historical formation has been found from Deccan which is fully analyzed in this book. 

From the seventeenth century onwards, Northern India is again in the light of history, so the story of the remaining three hundred years is the story of the evolution of the Urdu language in Northern India. Most of the pages of this book are devoted to the comparative study of Burj Bhasha, Khadi Boli (Indian or Khusro's 'Delhi language'), Punjabi and Haryanvi dialects and this section are purely linguistic in which the subtle differences of all dialects around Delhi are maximized. Attempts have been made to highlight this. 

The conclusions drawn from the book on the history of language have also been proved by extensive linguistic arguments. In the service of researchers and readers interested in linguistics and the history of the Urdu language, this memorable book contains an overview of the history of the Urdu language's post-revolutionary epoch and linguistic theories about its origins, is available through PDF Presented in file format. Muqaddama Tareekh Zaban E Urdu by Masood Hussain Khan. The size of this PDF file of about 300 pages is only 11 megabytes. The download link to the book is given below.

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