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Khowar sample texts[edit]


Perso-Arabic script[edit]

اللہ مہ خودای تہ نام رحمان دی رحیم دی
تو غفار دی، غفورالرحیم دی
کرم کوس اسپہ سورا تو رب کریم دی

Roman Khowar[edit]

Allah ma khodai, ta nam Rahman di Raheem di
tu ghaffar di, ghafoor-ur-Raheem di
karam kos ispa sora tu Rabb-e-Karim di !!
O my Allah! Your name is Rahman and Raheem
You are Ghaffar also, and you are Ghafoor-ur-Raheem
O Allah Help us, you are Rabb-e-Karim

See also[edit]


  1. ^ The News International, September 8, 2003, [1]
  2. ^ Paving new paths to romanise Urdu script, Mushir Anwar, Dawn (newspaper), Nov 27, 2008
  3. ^ The Urdu-English Controversy in Pakistan, Tariq Rahman, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 31, No. 1 (Feb., 1997), pp. 177-207
  4. ^ The Language Movement: An Outline, Rafiqul Islam


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