Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Rekhta



Rekhta: Rekhta was language of common man (lingua franca) in Indo-Muslim society in the thirteenth and fourteenth century. It was a mixture of various languages adopted by Lakshkar (army) in its camp (Urdu) and gradually followed by the people in cities (Hindavi or Dehlavi) especially among those who had converted to Islam.


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Authority Referred: J. L. Mehta: Advanced Study in the History of Medieval India; Vol III: Medieval Indian Society and Culture.

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Amira Khusaro ka Hindavi kavya: Springara sangraha ki Barlina prati sahita
Amir Kusrau Ka Hindavi Kalaam
Hindavi bhasha aura usaka sahitya: Visesha sandarbha sekha Asarapha ka Nausarahara
A House Divided: The Origin and Development of Hindi/Hindavi



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