vilaayat (prashaasanik vibhaag)

afgaanistaan ke vilaayat (وaaلaaاaaیaaت yaani praant)

vilaayat (faarasi:وaaلaaاaaیaaت), vilaayaah (arabi: وaلaاaيaةa‎) ya viloyati (ujbek: вaaиaaлaaоaaяaaтaaи) arab aur madhya Asia ke deshon mein praant ya jile ke star ke prashaasanik vibhaag ko kehte hain. yeh arabi bhaasha ke 'vali' (وaaاaaلaaي) shabd se liya gaya hai jiska arth hai 'dekharekh ya prashaasan karne wala'.[1]

hindi aur angreji mein prayog

hindi mein samay ke saath 'vilaayat' shabd ka arth 'raajya' se badalkar 'videsh' hoya gaya aur 'vilaayati' ka arth 'paradesi' ya 'videshi' ho gaya. kuchh kshetron ki hindi upabhaashaaon mein 'va' ki jagah 'b' bola jaata hai aur british raaj ke aarambhik bhaag mein vahaaain angrejon ko 'bilaayati' bola jaane laga. british logon ne bhi anaupachaarik roop se Britain ko 'blaaiti' (Blighty) aur british logon ko 'blaaitar' (Blighter) bolna shuroo kar diya. aaj bhi boodhe british log kabhi-kabhi apne desh ko 'old blaaiti' (Old Blighty) kehte hain.[2][3]

inhein bhi dekhein

sandarbh

  1. The last Wali of Swat: an autobiography, Miangul Jahanzeb, Fredrik Barth, Columbia University Press, 1985, ISBN 978-0-231-06162-9, ... Wali means "Ruler", nothing else. In Turkey, Governors were called Vali or Wali, and the province was called Vilayat ...
  2. From the caves and jungles of Hindostan, 1883-1886, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Boris De Zirkoff, Theosophical Publishing House, 1975, ISBN 978-0-8356-0219-8, ... Vilayat in Hindi means "a foreign country" and vilayati "a foreigner"; it also means a "native country," and is derived from the Arabic wilayat. In some North Indian vernaculars 'v' is pronounced as 'b' ...
  3. The Wordsworth Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, Ebenezer Cobham Brewer, Wordsworth Editions, 2001, ISBN 978-1-84022-310-1, ... Blighty. Soldiers' slang for England or the homeland. It came into popular use during the Great War, but was well known to soldiers who had served in India long before. It is the Urdu Vilayati or Bilati, an adjective meaning provincial ...