What is happening to Kashmiri language? - gatewaylitfest.com

| July 31, 2016 | GLF News | No Comments

When any language is on the threshold of extinction, it is considered that people who spoke it no longer find it convenient to talk in their native language for most communication. Private schools in Kashmir are a revealing example. Students are often directly or indirectly punished for talking in Kashmiri; instead, the language mostly acceptable is Urdu.http://kashmirreader.com/2016/07/05/what-is-happening-to-kashmiri-language/

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