hindako bhaasha

hindko bhaasha
ہaaنaaدaaکaaو
bolne ka sthaan: Pakistan
prayog kshetr: khaibar-pakhtoonakhva, Punjab
maatrubhaashaaprayogakarta: 30 lakh
bhaasha parivaar:
lipi nastaaleek
bhaasha code:
aaiesao 639-3 inmein se ek:
hnddakshini hindako
hnouttari hindako
Indic script
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hindako (ہaaنaaدaaکaaو, Hindko) pashchimottari Pakistan ke khaibar-pakhtoonakhva praant ke hindakovi logon aur afgaanistaan ke kuchh bhaagon mein hindaki logon dvaara boli jaane waali ek hind-aarya bhaasha hai. kuchh bhaashaavaijnyaaanikon ke anusaar yeh punjabi ki ek pashchimi upabhaasha hai haalaanki ispar kuchh vivaad bhi raha hai. kuchh pashtoon log bhi hindako bolte hain. punjabi ke maatrubhaashi bahut had tak hindako samajh-bol sakte hain.[1] duniya bhar mein anumaanit 20-50 lakh log hindako bolte hain.[2][3][4]

hindako ke prasiddh maatrubhaashi

Bollywood ke kuchh mashahoor abhineta hindako-maatrubhaashi parivaaron se hain, masalan praan, dileep Kumar aur shaaharukh Khan. raaj Kapoor, pruthveeraaj Kapoor aur uske parivaar ke anya sadasya bhi peshaavar mein rahe the aur hindako bolte the.[5]

inhein bhi dekhein

sandarbh

  1. Literacy Development in a Multilingual Context: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, Aydin Yüacesan Durgunoğalu, Ludo Th Verhoeven, pp. 254, Psychology Press, 1998, ISBN 978-0-8058-2443-8, ... Hindko is the local language used in communication. Hindko is quite close to Punjabi, and the two are mutually intelligible. The village women said that they were reading in Punjabi because they believed that Hindko was not a written language. This is not true, however, as there is some litrature in Hindko ...
  2. Language in South Asia, Braj B. Kachru, Yamuna Kachru, S. N. Sridhar, Cambridge University Press, 2008, ISBN 978-0-521-78141-1, ... Other major North- Western Indo-Aryan languages spoken in Pakistan are Hindko (1981: 2.4 million), a name applied with no great precision to a range of related languages/dialects spoken in the North-West Frontier Province and in the city of Peshawar ...
  3. Pakistan: A Hard Country, Anatol Lieven, PublicAffairs, 2011, ISBN 978-1-61039-021-7, ... the 3 million or so Hazara (who speak Hindko, a language more closely related to Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu) ...
  4. The Fundamentalist City?: Religiosity and the Remaking of Urban Space, Nezar AlSayyad, Taylor & Francis, 2011, ISBN 978-0-415-77935-7, ... Hindko is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in northern Pakistan by about five million people. It is the old language of the historic city of Peshawar ...
  5. Newsline, Volume 18, Newsline Publications, 2005, ... "The Kapoors' feeling for their home city and its unique language, Hindko, can be gauged from the fact that Shammi Kapoor and Dilip Kumar spoke Hindko in a Hindi film" ...