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  • {{Infobox Language ...n.com/media_701500404/Languages_Spoken_by_More_Than_10_Million_People.html Languages Spoken by More Than 10 Million People 2007]. ''Encarta Encyclopedia''. acc
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  • {{Infobox Language ...anguage: 80 million<ref name="marten">L Marten, "Swahili," Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd ed., 2005, Elsevier</ref>
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  • ...ation = '''40 to 45 million'''&nbsp;<ref>[http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=pbu Northern Pashto], ''Ethnologue.com'' retrieved 7 June 2006</re ... = {{lower|<ref>[http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=IR Languages of Iran], ''Ethnologue.com'' retrieved 7 June 2006</ref>}}
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  • ...tened to ''[[Shah]]'' (Persian:شاه, king) ''[[Persian Gardens|Bagh]]'' (Persian: باغ, garden). In the mid-nineteenth century, new building construction ... and led to the recognition of [[Bengali language|Bengali]] as an official language of Pakistan. The [[Six point movement]] of 1966 led to the nation's indepen
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  • | region = Persian philosopher ... September 18, 2017.</ref> was a [[Mysticism|mystical]] thirteenth century Persian [[Sufism|Sufi]] [[poet]], jurist, and [[theologian]].
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  • ...eligion that was the [[national religion]] of the [[Sassanid Empire]] of [[Persian Empire|Persia]]; it is predominantly practiced today by the [[Parsi]] commu ...me ''Zaraθ-uštra'' is probably a [[Bahuvrihi]] compound in the [[Avestan language]], which has been interpreted in the following ways:
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  • ...]], and fused Persian and India styles to produce new art-forms, and a new language, Urdu. At times, followers of different [[faith|faiths]] under Timurid rule ...settled "diwan" was Persian, and its scribes had to be thoroughly adept in Persian culture, whatever their ethnic origin.<ref>Manz (1989), 109.</ref>
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  • ...e [[tomato]] arrived in the Middle East, grenadine was widely used in many Persian foods; it can still be found in traditional recipes such as ''fesenjan'' (a ... and Pakistani cuisine, but also as a replacement for pomegranate syrup in Persian and Middle Eastern cuisine. The seeds are separated from the flesh, dried f
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  • ...s al-Din Hafez.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Hafez, detail of an illumination in a Persian manuscript of the Divan of Hafez, 18th century.]] ...uential Persian poet of all time, Hafez has been translated into countless languages, and his works were particularly influential to a number of the early Euro
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  • ...ymath">Daniel Harper, [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=polymath&searchmode=none Polymath] ''Online Etymology Dictionary''. Retrieved August 23, 20 ...Daniel Harper, [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=Renaissance+man&searchmode=phrase Renaissance] ''Online Etymology Dictionary''. Retrieved August
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  • ...[shrine]]s and [[god|deities]]. Pakistani folklore is shaped both by the [[language]]s and traditions of the various ethnic groups that make up the population, ==History, regions and languages==
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  • ...lore. India has 24 officially-recognized languages, and an estimated 1,200 languages in all, including many that do not have written scripts. Each of these has ...re|oral epics]] glorify local heroes and places and are expressed in local languages and dialects. Folklore is created and enjoyed by the lower castes and clas
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  • |official_languages=[[Urdu]] (national) <br/> English ...araiki]], [[Sindhi language|Sindhi]], [[Hindko language|Hindko]], [[Brahui language|Brahui]] <ref name="cia">Central Intelligence Agency, [https://www.cia.gov/
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  • ...hi Sultanate in the north. Hindustani music is considered to have absorbed Persian and Turkic features, introduced by musicians from [[Persia]] and [[Central ...hi Sultanate in the north. Hindustani music is considered to have absorbed Persian and Turkic features, introduced by musicians from [[Persia]] and central As
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  • |national_motto = [[Arabic language|Arabic]]: الله، الوطن، المليك <br />[[Transliteration]]: A ...guage|Arabic]]<ref>[http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=jordan Languages of Jordan] ''Ethnologue''. Retrieved December 13, 2011.</ref>
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  • ...irst introducing the word "[[Hinduism]]" (or "Hindooism") into the English language in 1816. For many years, he enjoyed a close relationship with [[William Car ... He also disagreed with use of Bengali for worship (insisting on Sanksrit, Persian or English). He may have been the first Brahmin to travel to England and to
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  • ...sed in the 1829 ''Oxford English Dictionary'' and derived from the Persian language for the people who lived beyond the Indus River. It has been argued that Hi The overwhelming majority of Hindu sacred texts are composed in the Sanskrit language. Indeed, much of the morphology and linguistic philosophy inherent in the l
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  • '''Abū Nasr Muhammad ibn al-Farakh al-Fārābi''' (in [[Persian language|Persian]]: محمد فارابی) or '''Abū Nasr al-Fārābi''' (in some sources, ...urkic]] parents. The historical account ''Hodud al-'alam'' gives the older Persian form ''Parab'' for his birthplace.
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  • ...''' (from the [[Arabic language|Arabic]] word شيعة, [[Persian language|Persian]]: شیعه) is the second largest school within [[Islam]]. Shi'a Muslims a ...uding Iran, Iraq, and Azerbaijan). A vast majority of the populations of [[Persian]] Gulf countries (including Iran and Iraq) is also Shi'a.
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  • '''Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavi, Shah of Iran''' (Persian language: محمدرضا شاه پهلوی) (October 26, 1919 – July 27, 1980), st ...ebrated 2,500 years of continuous [[monarchy]] since the founding of the [[Persian Empire]] by [[Cyrus the Great]]}}
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