LearnUrduwith Us!

Start Learning!

Urdu Language Blog

Archive for August, 2015

Noor Mahal Posted by on Aug 28, 2015

Bahawalpur one of the princely states in Southern Pakistan still conveys antiquated reminders of its gorgeous and rich past. From the mighty forts to magnificent places to the mystical shrines it is simply a land of majestically designed buildings. But, Noor Mahal is the jewel in crown and is the palace of lights. Noor Mahal is…

Continue reading

Bridal Dresses in Pakistan Posted by on Aug 22, 2015

The bridal dresses are something that are matchless around the world. In Pakistan these are generally red, maroon and pink, heavily embroidered and exceptionally attractive. While the main center of focus is the bride, her friends are no less in choosing their dress for these special occasions. Intricate detailing combined with sequins and zari work on…

Continue reading

Urdu & Hindi Languages Posted by on Aug 20, 2015

Hindi and Urdu developed from the “khari boli” dialect spoken in the Delhi region of northern India. Along with this common origin, Hindi and Urdu also share the same grammar and most of the basic vocabulary of everyday speech; but they have developed as two separate languages in terms of script, higher vocabulary, and cultural…

Continue reading

Dialects of Urdu Language Posted by on Aug 18, 2015

Urdu language being one of the vastest languages of the world enjoys four basic dialects. These include Dakhni, Rekhta, Modern Vernacular and Khariboli. Khariboli being the dialect of Delhi region is far different from the Dakhni dialect, which is spoken in the southern region of India. Dakhni is popularly known as Dakani, Deccani, Desia or…

Continue reading

Kot Diji Fort: A symbol of the Talpur dynasty Posted by on Aug 16, 2015

Hundreds of years ago, at the edge of a desert in Sindh province, the Talpurs constructed a pompous fort atop a hill. This emblematic fort, dominating the town of Kot Diji in Khairpur district (approximately eight hours to reach from Karachi) and known as Kot Diji Fort, was built between 1785 to 1795. Driving towards…

Continue reading

Older posts