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DYING WORDS AND NEW VOCABULARY of KHOWAR

Being one of the ancient languages, Khowar has made a narrow escape to reach these days of love and search…

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Difference Of Morphology, Phonology, And Vocabulary In Khowar Language Spoken In Different Parts Of Chitral

It is said that every language undergoes a change after each distance of ten miles, and the same we see…

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Kishipi (Magpie) of Upper Chitral

Eurasian Magpie (pica pica) is an intelligent, shrewd and beautiful bird lives in Upper Chitral. Loosely starts from shachar (ݰاچار)…

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The Last Breaths of the Kalasha Language in Kalkatak

According to linguistic experts the 6000 languages in our world will be reduced to the half of that number by…

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Etymology of the Word ‘Mahraka’

Like very few words in Khowar language, Mahraka has its etymology subsists in varied ways and connotations, and keeps unfolding…

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