The lingua franca of the Indo-Pakistani people is one language, claims Khan, called Hindi when written in Nagari and Urdu when written in Arabic. He says it is not descended from Sanskrit, as conventionally believed, but is 10-12, 000 years old and was influenced early by the Austric-Munda and Dravidian language families. Leaving aside any religiousAfrican Heritage, Mesopotamian Roots, Indian Culture aamp; Britiah Colonialism Abdul Jamil Khan. Hasan Ali ... Alumni by the thousands had disseminated the secular culture through the medium of Urdu Language. Several ... essay/ compositiona writer of Urdu. His book ... He was born in an academic environment. His fatheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Urdu/Hindi: An Artificial Divide|
|Author||:||Abdul Jamil Khan|
|Publisher||:||Algora Publishing - 2006|