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Urdu as a language was born out of the interaction between Hindi and Persian. Originally it was a dialect but slowly it acquired all the features of a formal language when the authors started using Persian script It was further given an impetus by its use in Bahamani states of Ahmadnagar, Golconda, Bijapur and Berar. Here it was even called Dakshina or decani (southern). As time passed, it became popular with the masses of Delhi

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