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Archive for December, 2016

Day to Day Urdu Phrases Posted by on Dec 30, 2016

English = How are you? Urdu = Aap kaise hain ? English = I am fine Urdu = mein theak hoon English= How is your family? Urdu = Aap ke ghar waale kaise hain? English = everybody is fine at home Urdu = ghar peh sub Khairiyat se hain English = How is going your…

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Urdu Comics and Cartoons Posted by on Dec 28, 2016

A passion for the subcontinent’s cherished Urdu language and a love of comics resulted in Urdu Kidz Cartoon website (http://www.urdukidzcartoon.com/) , a first of its kind website featuring Urdu comics for children. Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) based civil engineer Syed Mukarram Niyaz founded the website that presents famous comics, such as Archie, Phantom, Tom and Jerry,…

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Urdu in the Mughal Era Posted by on Dec 26, 2016

While the Mughal Emperors from Akbar to Aurangzeb were strong rulers, having control over large parts of India, their successors, the later Mughals, who ruled from 1707 (when Aurangzeb died) to 1857 (when the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah  Zafar,  was  deposed), were mere phantoms or shadows of the departed glory of their ancestors.  These…

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Using Urdu words in Sentences Posted by on Dec 25, 2016

English Complete payment Urdu مکمل ادائیگی Transliteration Mukamal Adaaigee Sentence Complete payment is mandatory upon purchase Translation Khareedari per mukamal adaaigee zaroori hai English To keep separate Urdu علیحدہ رکھنا Transliteration Alaihda rakhna Sentence Chemicals must be kept separate Translation Chemicals ko alaihda rakhna zaroori hai English To stay Urdu رہنا Transliteration Rehna Sentence Where…

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Amjad Sabri Qawwal Posted by on Dec 12, 2016

From child prodigies to Carnegie Hall, the Sabri Brothers put Sufi and Qawwali music on the world map, joining the likes of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Abida Parveen in taking this spiritualistic art out of mosques and shrines to the mainstream masses with their folk and sufi music. The legacy of Pakistan’s great tradition…

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