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Word Formation in Urdu Posted by on Mar 31, 2016

Urdu as any other “abjad” language is written from right to left. Different alphabets are grouped together to form words. Urdu, as any other “abjad” script is written from right to left. Let us write simple words in Urdu using only two letters.

Pure Urdu – Is there such a thing? Posted by on Mar 30, 2016

Who Created URDU? Language is one thing which is never invented or created**. A new language comes into existence when people of different languages interact each other over a very long time. There is no doubt that Urdu is one such recent language. When we look at this process of creation for Urdu language, it…

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Vowels in Urdu Posted by on Mar 29, 2016

Vowels Urdu has three short vowel sounds and seven long vowel sounds. In writing, short vowels are represented by special symbols above or below the word. These symbols are known as ‘diacritics’. However, these diacritics are often left off written Urdu, so you can’t always tell how a word should be pronounced, unless it’s in context. There…

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Pakistan Idol Posted by on Mar 28, 2016

With Ali as Randy, Bushra as Simon and Hadiqa as Paula, what will Pakistan Idol look like? Well after creating much hype and expectation, Pakistan Idol is finally here and it is good to see reality television in Pakistan being done this professionally. Having been an avid follower of American Idol for more than six years, I have to…

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Virgin Lakes of Pakistan Posted by on Mar 27, 2016

Pakistan is naturally gifted country. Its northern areas are rich in natural and scenic beauty, which are unparalleled and unmatchable. These natural treasures are hidden far beyond and behind majestic snow covered mountains rising more than 10,000 feet. Only those who have a flare for danger laden adventure can reach these destinations and experience the breathtakingly beautiful lakes known as…

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