Urdu to Sanskrit Translation


Common Phrases From Urdu to Sanskrit

برائے مہربانیकृपया
خدا حافظपुनर्दर्शनाय
جی ہاںआम्‌
آپ کیسے ہو؟भवान्‌ कथमसि?
معاف کیجئے گاक्षमा प्रयच्छ मे
مجھ نہیں پتہअहं जानामि मा
میں سمجھتا ہوں۔अहम्‌ अवगच्छामि
مجھے لگتا ہےअहं तथा मन्ये
بعد میں ملتے ہیںतत् पश्चात् अहं त्वां पश्यामि
اپنا خیال رکھناअभिरक्षय
کیا چل رہا ہے؟अन्यत् किं?
کوئی بات نہیںचिंतां मास्तु
فوراसद्यः एव

Interesting information about Urdu Language

Urdu is a prominent Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken in Pakistan and India. With over 100 million native speakers worldwide, it holds the status of being one of the official languages of both countries. Urdu originated from Khari Boli dialects during the Delhi Sultanate era (1206-1526) and developed under Persian influence. It employs an Arabic script known as Nastaʿlīq for writing purposes, which beautifully combines elements from Perso-Arabic scripts with indigenous Indian alphabets. The vocabulary base predominantly consists of words derived from Sanskrit, Turkish, Persian, Arabic, along with regional vernaculars. Urdu has rich literary traditions spanning centuries including poetry by renowned poets like Mirza Ghalib and Allama Iqbal. It serves as a medium for communication across various domains such as literature, media channels, education institutions,and social gatherings among Urdu-speaking communities globally.

Know About Sanskrit Language

Sanskrit, an ancient Indo-Aryan language, holds great historical and cultural significance. It is considered the mother of all languages in India and has influenced numerous modern Indian languages. Sanskrit's origin can be traced back to around 1500 BCE when it was used as a sacred language for Hindu rituals and religious texts like the Vedas. Known for its complex grammar system with precise rules, Sanskrit boasts an extensive vocabulary that includes over one lakh words (100,000+). Its script consists of Devanagari characters which are also utilized by several contemporary Indian languages such as Hindi and Marathi. Despite being primarily classical now, efforts continue to revive spoken Sanskrit through various educational institutions worldwide.

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