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Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Allama Iqbal

Jahan mein ehle-e-imaan soorat-e-khursheed jeetay hain,
Idhar doobey, udhar nikley; udhar doobey, idhar nikley

In this world, men of faith and self-confidence are like the sun,
They go down on one side to come up on the other. — Allama Iqbal

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

There were a lot of unique challenges in producing the film, such as the logistical issues inherent in producing a long-term verite film in Pakistan, dealing with Urdu and Punjabi dialogue with an English-speaking editor and all the difficulties in recording, editing and clearing so many music tracks. — Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Maajid Nawaz

My identity comprises of more than just my faith. I am a proud Muslim, but I am also a liberal, a Briton, a Pakistani, a Londoner, a father, a product of the globalised world who speaks English, Arabic and Urdu. — Maajid Nawaz

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Odd Borretzen

The best way to tell whether the Norwegian is a Norwegian is to say:
"Are you Swedish?"
Regardless whether you say this in English, French, Italian, Japanese, Urdu or Swahili, he will answer:
"Swedish? Me? I'm a Norwegian!"
Then you will be able to tell. — Odd Borretzen

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Martin Amis

They say that it is one of the most terrifying manifestations in nature: a bull elephant in a state of must. Twin streams of vile-smelling liquid flow from the ducts of the temples and into the corners of the jaws. At these times the great beast will gore giraffes and hippos, will break the backs of cringeing rhinoceri. This was male-elephantine heat. Must: it derived via Urdu from the Persian mast or maest - "intoxicated." But I had settled for the modal verb. I must, I must, I just must. — Martin Amis

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Arundhati Roy

an Urdu couplet by one of his favorite poets, Mir Taqi Mir: Jis sar ko ghurur aaj hai yaan taj-vari ka Kal uss pe yahin shor hai phir nauhagari ka The head which today proudly flaunts a crown Will tomorrow, right here, in lamentation drown — Arundhati Roy

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Ismail Merchant

Urdu can not die out because it has very strong roots in Persia. The language itself is not only just the language of the Muslims, but it's also the language of the Hindus. — Ismail Merchant

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By F. Sionil Jose

I can't understand Urdu, Bahasa or Russian, but when the Pakistani Faiz, the Indonesian Rendra and the Russian Rosdentvensky declaim, I can feel the living throb of rhythm and music, the warmth and passion of their poetry, as do the hundreds, not a mere roomful, of poetry lovers in the audience. — F. Sionil Jose

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Kamila Shamsie

Pride! In English it is a Deadly Sin. But in Urdu it is fakhr and nazish - both names that you can find more than once on our family tree. — Kamila Shamsie

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By H.G. Keene

The name Urdu, by which this language is usually known, is said to be of Turkish origin, and means literally "camp." But the Moghuls of India first introduced it in the precincts of the Imperial camp; so that as Urdu-i-muali (High or Supreme Camp) came to be a synonym for new Dehli after Shahjahan had made it his permanent capital, so Urdu-ki-zaban meant the lingua franca spoken at Dehli. — H.G. Keene

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Amisha Patel

I feel French is very close to Urdu. Both languages are beautiful. Sadly, their beauty is lost in translation. — Amisha Patel

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Kamila Shamsie

Why didn't you stay?" she had whispered against the unyielding stone. Why didn't you stay? She pressed the berry against her lips. Why didn't I ask you just one more time to stay? Sajjad stood up quietly and walked over to her. "There is a phrase I have heard in English: to leave someone alone with their grief. Urdu has no equivalent phrase. It only understands the concept of gathering around and becoming 'ghum-khaur' - grief-eaters - who take in the mourner's sorrow. — Kamila Shamsie

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Shashi Tharoor

He leaned towards the young man, his eyes, mouth and face all round in concentration. '"There was a banned crow,"' he intoned sonorously. '"There was a cold day." Not bad, eh? I learned those on the boat. Sounds like perfect Urdu, I'm told.' He paused and frowned. 'The devil of it is remembering which one means, "close the door," and which one will get someone to open it. — Shashi Tharoor

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Ajay Mehta

My father was a very special human being. He was brilliant in academics, sports and the arts. He wrote, performed and directed plays in English and Hindi/Urdu at his regiment. — Ajay Mehta

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By William Dalrymple

The Colonel looked at this strange fashion and asked in broken Urdu, 'Well? You Muslim?' 'Half,' said Ghalib. 'What does that mean?' asked the Colonel. 'I drink wine,' said Ghalib, 'but I don't eat pork.' The Colonel laughed, and Ghalib then showed him the letter which he had received from the Minister for India [sic] in acknowledgement of the ode to Her Majesty the Queen which Ghalib has sent. The Colonel said, 'After the victory of government forces why did you not present yourself at the Ridge?' Ghalib replied, 'My rank required that I should have four palanquin bearers, but all four of them ran away and left me, so I could not come. — William Dalrymple

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Satya Nadella

I went through a phase of reading lots of Urdu poetry, thanks to the great transliterated versions that have become available. — Satya Nadella

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Fletcher Knebel

To start with, there's the alien accent. "Tree" is the number between two and four. "Jeintz" is the name of the New York professional football team. A "fit" is a bottle measuring seven ounces less than a quart. This exotic tongue has no relationship to any of the approved languages at the United Nations, and is only slightly less difficult to master than Urdu. — Fletcher Knebel

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Edward Gorey

Mr Earbrass escaped from Messrs Scuffle and Dustcough, who were most anxious to go into all the ramifications of a scheme for having his novels translated into Urdu, and went to call on a distant cousin. — Edward Gorey

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By William Dalrymple

Partition was a total catastrophe for Delhi,' she said. 'Those who were left behind are in misery. Those who were uprooted are in misery. The Peace of Delhi is gone. Now it is all gone. — William Dalrymple

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Lalu Prasad Yadav

We recognised Urdu as the second official language and made it a medium of examination in all Bihar Public Service Commission tests. — Lalu Prasad Yadav

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Manil Suri

I never knew what language they'd lapse into when fucked - Urdu or Telugu or a mix of both (only the techies came in English). — Manil Suri

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Dilip Hiro

Though Urdu is the mother tongue of only 5 percent of Pakistanis, it is the official language of the state and is taught in schools nationwide. — Dilip Hiro

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Yuval Noah Harari

British officers arriving in India were supposed to spend up to three years in a Calcutta college, where they studied Hindu and Muslim law alongside English law; Sanskrit, Urdu and Persian alongside Greek and Latin; and Tamil, Bengali and Hindustani culture alongside mathematics, economics and geography. — Yuval Noah Harari

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Esha Gupta

I speak Hindi fluently because my mother speaks only in Hindi and Urdu. — Esha Gupta

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Sanjeev Bhaskar

Michael Bates was a very funny actor; he'd served in India, could speak Urdu, and had great comic timing. — Sanjeev Bhaskar

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Ismail Merchant

A few words of Hindi appear here or there, but it's all Urdu. I feel that if the popular culture, which is what Hindi films are, uses Urdu, it's not going to diminish. — Ismail Merchant

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Firas Alkhateeb

Udru, a language common among India's Muslims, exhibits Arabic, Persian, Turkic and Indian influences. Its name derives from the Turkic word "ordu", meaning army, since it was at the Turkic army camps that these four languages intermingled. — Firas Alkhateeb

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Khushwant Singh

Once through this ruined city did I pass
I espied a lonely bird on a bough and asked
'What knowest thou of this wilderness?'
It replied: 'I can sum it up in two words:
'Alas, Alas! — Khushwant Singh

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Ajay Mehta

I used to do a lot of plays in English, Hindi, and Urdu. I wanted to be an actor since I was three and a half. — Ajay Mehta

Sorry In Urdu Quotes By Juan Cole

I speak Urdu quite a lot, too, and I read a lot of Persian. — Juan Cole