Hyderabadi Urdu

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Hyderabadi Urdu (Urdu: حیدرآبادی اردو) is a dialect of Urdu spoken in Hyderabad, India especially by Hyderabadi Muslims. It is considered one of the many Deccani Urdu dialects. It is a dialect of Hindustani (Hindi and Urdu), with many words and influence from Arabic, Turkish and Persian. Linguistically, it is notable for its mixing of the Indo-Aryan languages of the North (Hindustani) with the Dravidian languages of the South (Telugu). This dialect can be understood very easily by most Hindi or Urdu - speakers, but it is difficult for non-native speakers to use it themselves.<br />

The Considerable influence of the other Non Hindustani languages such as Arabic, Turkish and Persian, this can be attributed from Many Settlements from these regions.In Hyderabad's historic past, Mughals also had great influence on the region attributing to the Mix and introduction of more words from Middle eastern Languages,Hyderabad also has a significant number of Iranian migrants in the City who are famous for running Irani Chai, which is now a part of Hyderabadi lifestyle.The Marathi had a lot of influence due to Maratha rule in the past. Also the nearness to Vidharbha region of Maharashtra and presence of Marathi dominated regions of the Telengana region of Andhra Pradesh, to which Hyderabad belongs, there is a lot of exposure to Marathi, leading to the influence of Marathi on Hyderabadi Urdu.

Some differences are:
  • Kaiku= why instead of kyon in traditional Urdu
  • Kaiku ki=......
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