A Research Study of "Sanskrit Urdu Lughat " and study of Sanskrit as Eastern Poetics
Keywords:Linguistics, Sanskrit, Biraj Bhasha, Old Civilization, Diction, Etymology, Semanyics, Prakrit, Plautus, Structure
Prof Dr. Mohammad Ansar Ullah has compiled a dictionary namely “Sanskrit Urdu Luaghat” that is a great work to understand the relationship of different languages of different ages of different areas. Sanskrit is a primitive language of subcontinent that remained the language of religious aristocracy and dogma. With the passage of time its usage became limited. Sanskrit has a great influence on local languages and Urdu too. In this article it has been tried to understand number of words that are commonly used and understood in Urdu and other languages at local level.
Moreover , Poetics of Sansikrat have been discussed by the great linguist Dr Gopi chand Narang, he has claimed in his writings that Eastern scholars had already presented their valuable thoughts about the basic concepts of linguistics but no one has acknowledged in the presence of Western thoughts namely "Magharbi sheryaat", likewise Amber Bharanchi has also added and elaborated the versatility of Sansikrat as a language and literature.
-Muhammad Ansar Ullah, Dr, Sanskrit Urdu Lughat, Moqtadra Qomi Zoban, Islamabad, 2nd Addition, 2007,P65
-Shan-ul-Haq Haqi, Lisani Masail-o-Lataef, Moshmola, Urdu aur Sansikrit, Maqtadra Qomi Zoban, Islamabad,1st Addition, 1996, P113-114
- Ibid, P117
- Jameel Jalbi, Dr, Pesh Lafz, Mashmola, Sansikrit Urdu Lughat, Moqtadra Qomi Zoban, Islamabad, 2nd Addition, 2007, P4
- Zaheer Ahmad Saddiqi, Professor, Tabsra, Sansikrit Urdu Lughat, P111
- Muhammad Ansar Ullah, Dr, Mashmola, Sansikrit Urdu Lughat, P10
-Shakeel Patafi, Dr, Tehzibi Khado-Khal, Urdu Sokhan Chowk, Layyah, 1st Addition, 2015, P 64
-Amber Bhrachi, Sansikrit Sheriyat, Lakhnauo, United Block Printers, 1999, P6
- Ibid, P7
-Ibid, P 9
Gopi Chand Narang, Sakhtiyat, pas-e-Sakhtiyat aur Mashriqi Sheriyat, Qomi Council bray-e- Farogh-e-Urdu,New Delhi, 2004, P 338
- Ibid, P347
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