THE COMMON HERITAGE OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Urdu is an ancient Aryan language associated with Sanskrit. Its history in India dates back to about 1500 years ago. The form came into being which met the standard of literature. This is how the evolutionary journey of Urdu began early specimens of Urdu are found in northern India Amir Khosrow has tried his hand at all genres of prose. Urdu language words are often found together. That is why all Urdu and Hindi people recognize him as their poet. He used common sense language in his speech which was very clear language. Therefore it is appropriate that Amir Khosrow has accepted the influence of Punjabi, a Steep, dialect. The great heritage of Urdu is also found in Deccan who worked for the promotion & publication of this language. Therefore, the early impressions of Urdu are ancient. Among the earliest works of prose are Khawaja Ashraf Jahangir's Magazine and Khawaja Banda Nawaz Gesu Daraz's Miraj-e-Aashiqeen. The most important work of the century is Sub Ras. Another name of this book is Qissa Husan-o-Adal. The Urdu language is slowly developing.
Mirza Khalil Ahmad Baig (Murataba), Urdu Zuban ki Tareekh, Ali Garh: Educational Book House, 1995, P.204
Hafiz Mahmood Sherani, Punjab Main Urdu, Islamabad: Director Qaumi Council Bray Faroogh Urdu, 2005, P.110
Mirza Khalil Ahmad Baig, Urdu ki Lasani Tashkeel, Laknow: Utar Pardesh, 1985, P.52
Gopi Chand Narang, Urdu Aur Hindi Ka Lasani Ishtarak, Mashmoola: Zuban ki Tareekh
Jameel Naqvi, Urdu Nasar Ka Pehla Daur Barhwen Sadi Se Fort William College Tak, Karachi: Urdu Sindh Academy, P.2
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