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20 Beautiful Urdu Words You Should Use More Often

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Urdu is rightfully regarded as one of the most beautiful languages that exist. The refined words, phrases and exquisite Shayaris are some of the amazing features of the language.

We have compiled a list of 20 Beautiful Urdu words that have to be used more often!

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In fact, we all were moved by Saba’s Urdu Shayaris in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil even if we didn’t like the movie as a whole. To write poems like her, your first step should be learning those sheer beautiful urdu words.

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 Khafaa

English equivalent: Unhappy

 

 Justajoo

English equivalent: Quest

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 Khwabeeda

English equivalent: Dreamy

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 Falaq

English equivalent: Sky

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Baad-e saba

English equivalent: Wind of morning

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 Mukhtalif

English equivalent: Different

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 Aaftab

English equivalent: Sunlight

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Khana’badosh

English equivalent: Vagabond

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Nayab

English equivalent: Rare

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Uns

English equivalent: Love

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Noor

English equivalent: Radiance

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Raqs

English equivalent: Dance

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Musalsal

English equivalent: Constant

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Dastoor

English equivalent: Tradition or custom

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Nazakat

English equivalent: Elegance

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Shiddat

English equivalent: Intensity

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Sukoon

English equivalent: Peace

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Mukhtasar

English equivalent: Incisive

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Aafreen

English equivalent: Beautiful

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Inayaat

English equivalent: Concern

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Yes surely, Urdu can create absolute mystery with it’s mesmerizing and magical existence.

 

Jala hai jism jahan dil bhey jal gaya hoga,
Kuraydtay ho jo ab raakkh, justjoo kya hai?


                                             ~ Mirza Ghalib

 

Swastika

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