What was Persia famous for in India?

Persian was the official language of most Muslim dynasties in the Indian subcontinent, such as the Delhi Sultanate, the Bengal Sultanate, the Bahmani Sultanate, the Mughal Empire and their successor states, and the Sikh Empire. It was also the dominant cultured language of poetry and literature.

Is India part of Persia?

Most of the scholars agree with the view that North-Western India including North Punjab was a part of the Persian empire at that time and the Persians remained there till 330 B.C. It was only when Alexander attacked and destroyed the Persian empire during the reign of Darius-III, the Persian empire in India vanished.

Is Hindi from Persian?

Even in its vernacular form, Hindustani contains the most Persian influence of all the Indo-Aryan languages, and many Persian words are used commonly in speech by those identifying as “Hindi” and “Urdu” speakers alike.

Can Urdu speakers understand Persian?

No, Urdu and Persian are not mutually intelligible. They use the same script(Urdu uses a modified Persian script).

Which is the queen language in India?

Kannada is the language that is regarded as the Queen Of All Languages In The World. Kannada is the Language Spoken in Karnataka, India. It is the mother of many languages.

Who was the first king to attack India?

Alexander’s Invasion

In 326 BC, Alexander invaded India, after crossing the river Indus he advanced towards Taxila. He then challenged king Porus , ruler of the kingdom between the rivers Jhelum and Chenab.

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