Invasions added foreign words to our dialects: Yogi Adityanath | India News

LUCKNOW: UP CM Yogi Adityanath said on Thursday attacks by several invaders in the past led to inclusion of words from other languages like Persian, Urdu and English in the dialects of the Hindi heartland.
Speaking after unveiling the statue of Bhartendu Harishchandra, the renowned Hindi writer, novelist and playwright of modern India, on his anniversary at the Bhartendu Natya Akademi named after him, Yogi said, “Jo boli hum boltey the usmein aise shabd jud gaye jissey khichdi pak gayi…(The addition of words from other languages in our dialect has created a mixture).”
“The writings of Harishchandra reflected a nationalistic approach which needs to be recapitulated. The poet lived for just over 34 years, but left an indelible mark on Hindi literature,” Yogi added. “How long you live is not important. How you live is important,” the CM said at the event organised by the…

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