What is the origin of Urdu?

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What is the origin of Urdu?

1 : such a person or thing. 2 : someone or something stated, implied, or exemplified such was the result. 3 : someone or something similar : similar persons or things tin and glass and such.

Vaṃsa, alternatively spelled as Vamsa or Vamsha, is a Sanskrit word that means “family, lineage”. It also refers to a genre of ancient and medieval literature in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.

Q. What is the meaning of Janti?

village development committee

Q. What is English of Sach?

/saca/ mn. truth countable noun. A truth is something that is generally accepted to be true.

Q. What is the meaning of such?

north India

Q. How can I write Urdu in Whatsapp?

Android: Go to your phone’s Settings > System > Languages & input > Languages. Tap and hold a language to move it at the top, or tap Add a language .

Q. Can I learn Urdu online?

You can now learn Urdu from Hindi, Arabic, English, Korean and 29 other languages with Mondly. Consisting of super fun, effective and accessible Urdu lessons, the newly added course is now available on iOS, Android and web.

Q. What are Urdu alphabets called?

Urdu is written in an adapted form of Arabic script. During the 8th Century the Persians began to use the Arabic script, adding a few letters for Persian sounds that did not occur in the Arabic language.

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