Farsi bhasa

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Persian, Iran (Persia), Afghanistan aur Tajikistan ke official language hae. Iske Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Georgia, Southern Russia, aur bagal ke aur desme bola jaae hae Pahile ii sab des Persian Empire me rahin.

Persian
فارسی, دری, تاجیکی,форсӣ-тоҷикӣ
pārsi (one of the local names for Persian) in Perso-Arabic script (Nasta`liq style)Farsi.svg
Naam ke bole ke dhang[fɒːɾˈsi]
Spoken in Iran
 Afghanistan
 Tajikistan
 Azerbaijan
 Pakistan
 Uzbekistan
 Bahrain
 Iraq
Iranian diaspora
RegionWestern Asia, Central Asia
Total speakersca. 60-70 million, as first language (2006 estimates)[1]
Language familyIndo-European
Dialects
Writing systemPerso-Arabic script, Cyrillic
Official status
Official language in Iran
 Afghanistan
 Tajikistan
Regulated byAcademy of Persian Language and Literature (Iran)
Language codes
ISO 639-1fa
ISO 639-2per (B) fas (T)
ISO 639-3fasMacrolanguage
individual codes:
pes – Iranian Persian
prs – Afghan Persian
tgk – Tajik
aiq – Aimaq
bhh – Bukharic
drw – Darwazi
haz – Hazaragi
jpr – Dzhidi
phv – Pahlavani
Linguasphere58-AAC (Wider Persian) > 58-AAC-c (Central Persian)
Persian Language Location Map.svg
Map of areas where Persian is spoken as a mother tongue

Persian alphabet, Arbii ke rakam hae lekin ii duusra bhasa ke family ke hae aur iske vocabulary aur grammar different hae.

Isme dher French sabd hae. Persian me dher dialect hae. Persian bhasa ke is locally Farsi, Parsi aur Dari bola jaae hae.

Persian me ginti

Number Persian meNumber Fiji Hindi me
yakek
du:dui
sitiin
chaha:rchaar
panjpaanch
shashchhe
haftsaat
hashtaath
nunau
dahdas

[2]

Hafta ke din

Fiji HindiFarsi
SombaarDo shanbeh
MangarSe shanbeh
BudhChaar shanbeh
BifPanj shanbeh
SukJome
SanicharShanbeh
EtwaarYek shanbeh

[3]

References

  1. Iran, 36 M (51%) – 46 M (65%) Loc.gov, Afghanistan, 16.369 M (50%), Tajikistan, 5.770 M (80%), Uzbekistan, 1.2 M (4.4%)
  2. Numbers in Million-Speaker Languages
  3. Irpedia

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