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  2. InPage - Wikipedia

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    InPage is a word processor and page layout software by Concept Software Pvt. Ltd., an Indian information technology company. It is used for languages such as Urdu, Balochi, Persian, Pashto and Arabic under Windows and Apple Mac.

  3. Urdu keyboard - Wikipedia

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    CRULP (Center for research for Urdu language processing) has been working on phonetic keyboard designs for URDU and other local languages of Pakistan. Their Urdu Phonetic Keyboard Layout v1.1 for Windows is widely used and considered as a standard for typing Urdu on Microsoft platform.

  4. Urdu alphabet - Wikipedia

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    Urdu is written in the Nastaliq style ( Persian: نستعلیق Nastaʿlīq). The Nastaliq calligraphic writing style began as a Persian mixture of the Naskh and Ta'liq scripts. After the Mughal conquest, Nastaʻliq became the preferred writing style for Urdu. It is the dominant style in Pakistan and many Urdu writers elsewhere in the world use it.

  5. Urdu - Wikipedia

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    Urdu's use was not confined only to northern India – it had been used as a literary medium for Indian writers from the Bombay Presidency, Bengal, Orissa Province, and Tamil Nadu as well. [140] As Urdu and Hindi became means of religious and social construction for Muslims and Hindus respectively, each register developed its own script.

  6. Persian and Urdu - Wikipedia

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    Persian and Urdu are distinct languages. Persian is classified as an Iranian language, whereas Urdu is an Indo-Aryan language. They fall under the larger grouping of the Indo-Iranian languages, and hence share some linguistic features due to common descent . However, the majority of influence from Persian is direct, through a process often ...

  7. Nastaliq - Wikipedia

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    The shekasteh nastaliq emerged in the early 17th century and differed from proper nastaliq only in so far as some of the letters were shrunk (shekasta, lit. “broken”) and de­tached letters and words were sometimes joined. [4] These unauthorized connections "mean that calligraphers can write shikasta faster than any other script". [21]

  8. Dhakaiya Urdu - Wikipedia

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    e. Dhakaiya Urdu sometimes referred to as Sobbasi Language, Khosbasi Language and the Language of Dhaka Nawab Family is a dialect of Urdu that is native to Old Dhaka and its immediate surrounding areas in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is spoken by the city's Sobbas community, Khusbas community, Nawab Family, and other native communities.

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