Languages of India by State or Territory: Bihari Languages, Languages of Andhra Pradesh, Languages of Gujarat, Languages of Jammu and Kashmir

Languages of India by State or Territory: Bihari Languages, Languages of Andhra Pradesh, Languages of Gujarat, Languages of Jammu and Kashmir

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Editorial Reviews - Languages of India by State or Territory From the Publisher Chapters: Bihari Languages, Languages of Andhra Pradesh, Languages of Gujarat, Languages of Jammu and Kashmir, Languages of Karnataka, Languages of Madhya Pradesh, Languages of Rajasthan, Languages of Uttar Pradesh, Languages of West Bengal, Languages Used in Tamil Nadu, Urdu, Tamil Language, Telugu Language, Malayalam, Hindi, Bhojpuri Language, Rajasthani Language, Saurashtra Language, Dogri Language, Balti Dialect, Kashmiri Language, Magahi Language, Maithili Language, Pahari, Toda Language, Potwari Language, Rajbongshi, Shina Language, Braj Bhasha, Dialects of Rajasthani, Kutchi Language, Mewati, Beary Bashe, Marwari Language, Badaga Language, Angika Language, Konkani Words From Other Languages, Bagri Language, Thanjavur Marathi, Kodava Takk, Awadhi Language, Mewari Language, Ladakhi Language, Sadri Language, Koraga Language, Sansiboli, Rajbanshi Language, Dhundari Language, Culture of Mithila Region, Bhili Language, Dhatki Language, Kannauji, Bundeli, Malvi Language, States of India by Malayalam Speakers, Shekhawati Language, Bhil Languages, Lambadi Language, Aariya Language, Harauti Language, Nimadi Language, Kanikkaran Language, Goaria Language, Loarki Language, Ahirwati, Culture of Bhojpuri Region, Dingal, Kundagannada, Culture of Magadh Region, Angika Region, Kolami Language, Marwari Languages, Gamit Language, Godwari, Jaipuri, Telgish. Excerpt: Urdu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Etymologically, Urdu is a Turkish word which means "Army encampment". There are different theories that have been proposed about the emergence of the Urdu language, but they all stand close and similar. The most prominent and established theory suggests that Urdu developed after the Muslim invasion of the Indian subcontinent by Persian and Turkic dynasties from th... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=32231 Synopsis Chapters: Bihari Languages, Languages of Andhra Pradesh, Langu
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9781157867722
Publisher: Books LLC
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 18 mm
Width: 150 mm
ISBN-10: 1157867723
Publisher Date: 15 Sep 2010
Height: 226 mm
No of Pages: 310
Series Title: English
Weight: 459 gr
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