Hindi is one of the official languages of India. Urdu is the national language of Pakistan as well as a scheduled language in India. The two are often held as separate languages for social and political reasons, and in terms of their preferred sources of classically derived vocabulary; however, on a linguistic basis they are two standardized registers of a single subdialect, that being the Khari boli dialect of Delhi. Their grammatical differences are minimal, and so, keeping in line with such a linguistic analysis, Hindi and Urdu occupy a single Wikipedia grammar page.
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