The language that was cultivated and nurtured in this country. The shayirs and afsana Nigars were born here and studied Urdu irrespective of their religions, contributing their whole lives to Urdu Adab.
The language, which has an aristocratic fragrance attached to it, the language that is an example of sheer beauty, a language that makes India even more diverse since ages, how can it be now erased by some outfits.
Does Urdu represent any religion? Is it a symbol of a particular religion? And the answer lies in one’s ideology.
Watch a brief trip to Urdu by scholar Rana Safvi: