Urdu Language having traditions of 800 hundred Years

The Hon'ble Chief Minister of Karnataka, other Cabinet Ministers, MP's, MLA's, MLC's & a few top bureaucrats and other dignatories are expected to attend the Mushaira. The World Urdu Conference would offer a platform for the top names of Urdu to communicate their ideas with regard to the status of Urdu in India and abroad. Discussion would be made about the promotion of Urdu literature and the difficulties encountered in doing so.

Members in the conference will also clarify that Urdu is not linked to only Muslims. Measures will be taken to break this myth, as Urdu is one of the official languages of India. Various papers will be presented in the conference with regard to vast aspects of the language Urdu. 

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The Mushaira is scheduled to begin at 8.30 pm on 30th December in the Shivajinagar Stadium, Bangalore. The programme is expected to last till late in the night. Many internationally known Urdu poets from India and abroad will attend the Mushaira and present their collection.

Some of the prominent Indian poets who would participate in the Mushaira are Janab Hasan Kamal & Janab Rahat Indori from Mumbai. Janab Anjum Barabankvi from Bhopal; Janab Nawaz Deobandi & Mohtarama naseem Nikhat from Lucknow; Janab Aleem Saba Naveedi from Chennai; Janab Sardar Ayagh & Janab Maher Mansoor from Bangalore; Janab Akram Naqqash from Gulbarga; Janab Gowhar Tarikere from Chickmagalur; Janab Suleman Khamar from Bijapur etc.

Bangalore: Urdu, as one of the most poetic languages has widened its reach across the world. Although, it holds in itself a repository of the cultural and social heritage, one cannot deny the fact that the present generation is leaving Urdu far behind. A number of distinguished scholars, writers, journalists and other intellectuals from across the country will be addressing this dilemma in the World Urdu conference in Bangalore.

World Urdu conference and World Urdu Mushaira will be held on 29th and 30th of December. Intellectuals from countries like USA, UK, Canada, Pakistan and Bangladesh are expected to attend the conference. Members in the conference will try to put together a list of guiding principles that would be implemented to promote and protect the language and its heritage.

Meray Khawab Raiza Raiza is an excellent Urdu novel, which is written by Maha Malik. Maha Malik is a very famous writer whose specialty is Urdu popular fiction.
Meray Khawab Raiza Raiza is the Urdu story of a very beautiful girl, Zainab. Zainab was very aware of her beauty and was very proud of it. Her father had died at a very young age. Zainab’s mother raised her with utmost effort but she could not help the poverty they were forced to live in. nevertheless she was a very content woman and taught the same values to Zainab. However, Zainab wanted to be rich.

Dec 10, 2010

Urdu Language

For a layman language is a medium to communicate with other people but actually Language is not only exchange of words it is a way through which we can express our feelings, beliefs, expressions or thoughts. This could be in the form of symbols or signs, symbols or sound.
Urdu language started emerging from the time of invasion in the subcontinent by Persians and Turks. The armies were of different ethnic backgrounds with different dialects.  The soldiers were of following main ethnic backgrounds:

 Professor Muhammad Hasan, who passed away this year, will be remembered as one of the most important Urdu critic.

Professor Muhammad Hasan was born in 1926; He was linked with the Progressive Writers’ Movement was also a poet, a playwright and a multi-facted personality.

Kaamna Prasad’s documentary on journey of Urdu Language premiered on Tuesday 30th November, 2010 at India Habitat Center.
 “When I set out to make this film we believed there were hardly any speakers of this language. But I was surprised to see how the youth embraced this language and were adopting it in their vocabulary in their own manner,” Kaamna Prasad said. The documentary was made for Publicity Division of External Affair Ministry.

Education Minister of Delhi State Mr. Arvind Singh Lovely said in reply to MLA Shoaib Iqbal’s question in the assembly that we want to appoint Urdu medium teacher but we do not get trained teachers. After continuous efforts of two months Anjuman Taraqqi-e-Urdu prepared a list of about 400 teachers and submitted it to Mr. Arvind Singh Lovely. After reviewing the list Mr Arvind Singh Lovely said that we want teacher who can teach science, social science and mathematics. After some time the Anjuman submitted a list of about 200 teachers to Mr. Lovely. Various delegation of ATU met Mr. Lovely, Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit and Suhail Ejaz Siddiqui. Chief Minister and minister forwarded all submitted application to Urdu Academy Delhi with instruction to appoint 126 candidates immediately.  The academy informed Anjuman Taraqqi-e-Urdu that after selecting the teachers according to the rules and regulation, the process of appointing Urdu medium will be started soon.

Allahabad High Court Justice Bench, Sunil Ambwani and Justice K N Pande rejected the petition filed by UP government and ruled that Urdu Diploma Holders are capable enough to teach Urdu Language, hence they have the right to be appointed as Assistant Teachers in primary schools. Allahabad High court maintained the decision taken single judge bench of the same court and approved the appointment letter of Furqan Ali and another person as Urdu Teachers and rejected the appeal of UP government against the appointment.

Death anniversary of legendary Urdu poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz, observed nationwide on Sunday, November 21, 2010. Tributes were paid by different Radio and news channels for his legendary services toward Urdu literature. He was a great Urdu poet as well as a Journalist. Faiz’s style of poetry combined the theme of love, beauty and political views into vision of betterment of world.

After the thinker of Pakistan Sir Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938), Faiz Ahmed Faiz is the most popular poet of Pakistan. Faiz Ahmed Faiz was born in Sialkot. He belongs to an influential landlord family. Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s father was a prominent lawyer and he inherited the interest in literature from his father. Faiz’s father was a good friend of several prominent literary figures of that time including Sir Muhammad Iqbal (1873-1938). Faiz received his early education from mission Schools in Sialkot in the English Language but he also learned several other languages like Urdu, Persian and Arabic.

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