How to read and write Urdu Language

Date : May 11, 2017

Let’s Learn How To Read & Write the Urdu Language. Urdu, Arabic, Pashto, Persian Languages are written almost the same way. As For As Urdu Alphabet is Concerned It has 39 Basic Letters & 13 Extra Characters and they become 52 Altogether. Urdu Alphabets Are Mainly Derived From Arabic & Persian. The majority is Borrowed From Arabic & I reckon 4 Letters are from Persian and a few sounds are from Sanskrit. They are Drawn & Written From Right To Left &  Up To Down. So do The Urdu Words Formed By Urdu Alphabets, Phrases Formed By Urdu Words & Urdu Sentences Formed By Urdu Phrases & Words. So If you Want to Read & Write the Urdu Language You will Start Reading & Writing From Very Right and Keep Going To The Left and will Go All the way down to the Bottom Reading & Writing.

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