Urdu is mix of Hindi and some arabic languages. Urdu is mostly spoken by Muslims in India. Urdu is a language which is dying and logically it does not need to exist today.

As an Indian we have Hindi from which Urdu got its relevance. Urdu was widely used during Mughal times and after British invension and latest dominance of English, Urdu is dying.

Urdu, though a official language in some states but is not at all used either in writing or speaking. Many words used in Hindi are also not pure but adopted from Urdu.

What are your opinion on "Whether Urdu is losing its relevance and do we really need to uplift Urdu language?"

Posted 2 years, 6 months ago by Prakash mehta

Language is use of certain words to communicate your thoughts. A language is prefered when we feel that listner will understand better if we use this or that language.

If you listner can understand you better in Urdu language and you know Urdu then you will use Urdu. But when there is no audiance to listen you in the language you are communication, you will stop using that language.

A language dies when no one use that language to communicate.

Urdu may die or even Hindi for that purpose if no one use them or understand them.

Posted 2 years, 6 months ago by Bada Mouth

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