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“Hindustani” written in Devanagari and Nasta’liq script

Though, the official language of India is Hindi. But, Indians all across the world speak Hindustani, and merely Hindi.

Well, interestingly, the language which Indians speak is Hindustani, which is a mixture of Hindi and Urdu languages. Today, ancestors of Hindustani language are known as Hindui, Hindavi, Zaban-e-Hind, Zaban-e-Hindustan, Hindustan ki boli, Rekhta, and even Hindi.

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Studying abroad improves your chances to get an internship in a foreign company

By- Ольга Лесная

No doubt, most of us adore traveling, but only a few moves to another country for an extended stay. And the reason is clear: this is a decision that can change your life forever. Of course, it's natural to doubt if studying abroad is worth it. So, we've analyzed the changes education in another country can bring to your life – all of them are equally exciting!

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The government of Assam has recently consented to translate the research-based book by- Shri Salil Gewali titled "Great Minds on India"

It is indeed good news that the book showcasing the wisdom of India in the eyes of Western intellectuals is getting due recognition and appreciation from other states and abroad. After Karnataka and Punjab, the Government of Assam has recently consented to translate the research-based book by Shillong-based author - Shri Salil Gewali titled "Great Minds on India". The Chief Minister of Assam - Shri Himanta Biswa Sarma was amazed to know that so many top western scientists and philosophers have drawn a considerable amount of inspiration from ancient scriptures of India, particularly in the studies of modern physics, linguistic and astronomy. In the recent meeting with the author, the Chief Minister had highly appreciated Gewali's book and promised to read it thoroughly. Gewali's book was also approved for translation in the year 2020 by the former Chief Minister – Shri Sarbananda Sonowal but due to COVID-19, the translation work was delayed.

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The regions of Kasargod, Udupi, and Mangaluru comprise Tulunadu

Like Konkani, Tulu is a language that is spoken in parts of Karnataka and Kerala. The people who speak this language are called Tuluvas, and in the southernmost region, they are known as Thigalayas. Among many dialects that Karnataka and Kerala are known for, Tulu makes up for a large part of the linguistic population, but still remains a linguistic minority because it has not been included in the Constitution's 8th schedule.

Tulu is believed to be one of the most linguistically developed languages among scholars. It does not have a script, like Konkani, as native speakers make do with Kannada and Malayalam scripts. The differences in sound and form are identifiable only to those who form what is known as Tulu Nadu.

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