Hindko bhasa

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Hindko
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Spoken in Pakistan
Region Hazara, Punjab, Azad Kashmir
Total speakers approx. 2.2–4 million[1], January 2008
Language family Indo-European
Writing system Nasta'liq script
Language codes
ISO 639-2
ISO 639-3 either:
hnd – Southern
hno – Northern
Indic script
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Hindko (Nastaliq: ہندکو), jiske Hindku, nai to Hinko,[2] ek bhasa hae jisme Pakistan ke Hindiko log baat kare hae.[3]

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. Shah Rukh, Dilip Kumar invited to Pakistan
  2. "Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan". Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan 22: 23. 1964.
  3. Punjabi University, Patiala.
  • 1974: Phonology of Verbal Phrase in Hindko, Dr E.B.A. Awan published by Idara-e-Farogh-e-Hindko Peshawar in 1992.
  • 2004: Hindko Sautiyat, Dr E.B.A. Awan, published by Gandhara Hindko Board Peshawar in 2004.
  • 2005: Hindko Land - a thesis presented by Dr E.B.A. Awan at the World Hindko Conference at Peshawar in 2005.
  • 1980: "Hindko in Kohat and Peshawar." Bulletin of SOAS, 1980, 482-510
  • 1978: "Rival linguistic identities in Pakistan Punjab." Rule, protest, identity: aspects of modern South Asia (ed. P. Robb & D. Taylor), 213-34. London: Curzon
  • 1986: Addleton, Jonathan S., "The Importance of Regional Languages in Pakistan," al'Mushir, Vol. 28, No. 2 (1986), pp. 55–80.
  • 1992: Rensch, Calvin R., Hindko and Gujari National Institute of Pakistani Studies, 305 pp. ISBN 9698023135.
  • Monthly Farogh Peshawar Hindko magazine March 2010.
  • Karachi main Hindko zaban o adab Dr.Syed Mehboob ka kirdar " by Kamal Shah

Hindko bhasa ek bhasa hae.