History Of Hindustani
Hindustani is presently represented by Standard Hindi and Urdu, the official languages of India and Pakistan, and originated during the Mughal Empire. It was during the Mughal period that the Persian court language exerted a strong influence on the Indo-Aryan dialects of central India, leading to the creation of Rekhta, or "mixed" speech; mixed speech then became known as Hindustani, was elevated to a literary language and is the basis for modern standard Hindi and Urdu. Although these official languages are distinct registers with regards to their formal aspects, such as modern technical vocabulary, they continue to be all but indistinguishable in their vernacular forms.
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