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*The Great Glossary Fair:*
 
==> DUAL-SCRIPT SETS <==
 
Paired Hindi/Urdu study sets of all kinds, from many sources

*Hindi and Urdu Since 1800: A Common Reader* (1990), by Christopher Shackle and Rupert Snell. This is an excellent overview of grammar, scripts, and linguistic history; it goes well with sets of paired H/U readings.

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Baital Pachchisi (1802): *texts of all 25 stories in Hindi, Urdu, and English*

==Ram Babu Saksena, 1927: A History of Urdu Literature: *Chapter One, the original English text*; *Chapter One, translated into Urdu*; *Chapter One, translated into Hindi*

====Premchand (1881-1936)

"Kafan"
:
*the original Urdu text as first published*; *a carefully edited Devanagari text*; *translations and study materials*

"Pus ki rat
":
*Urdu and Hindi texts, and a dual-script glossary*; *another glossary*

"Shatranj ke khilari / Shatranj ki bazi
":
*the original Urdu text as first published*; *a Devanagari text and glossary*; *an Urdu text and glossary for the Satyajit Ray film*; *an English translation of the Satyajit Ray filmscript*

"Thakur ka ku'an"
:
*Urdu and Devanagari texts, glossaries for both scripts*

"Urdu, Hindi, aur Hindustani'':
*versions in both Urdu and Hindi*

His speech to the new Progressive Writers' Association, 1936: *texts in Urdu, Hindi, English*


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==Sa'dat Hasan Manto (1912-1955)

"Khol do": *an Urdu text, a Devanagari text, and a Devanagari glossary*; *an Urdu text, a Devanagari text, and a glossary in both scripts*

"Naya qanun
":
*a calligraphed Urdu text*; *a typset,  annotated Urdu text*; *a Devanagari text* *a glossary*

"Thanda gosht"
:
*Urdu and Devanagari texts, glossaries in both scripts*

"Toba Tek Singh
":
*the original Urdu text as first published*; *a Devanagari text and glossary*; *translations and study materials*


====Ismat Chughtai (1915-1991)

"Chauthi ka jora
":
*a typeset Urdu text*; *a calligraphed Urdu text*; *a Devanagari text*; *a translation and study materials*

"Lihaf
":
*Urdu and Devanagari texts, glossaries in both scripts*; *an Urdu text*; *a Devanagari text*;
English translations: *one*; *two*


==Umrao Jan
(the 1981 film):
*Urdu text and glossary*; *Devanagari text and glossary*; *background materials*

==Anwar Sajjad (1936-), "Cinderella":
*Urdu and Devanagari texts, glossaries in both scripts*

==Susham Bedi, 1989: Havan: *Hindi, Urdu, and English versions of Chapters 6-7*

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S. R. Faruqi, 2001: Early Urdu Literary Culture and History: *English, Urdu, and Hindi versions of Chapter One*

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Sean Pue, 2014: 'I Too Have Some Dreams' Resource page: *Selected poems by N. M. Rashed with intro and H/U texts (no Eng.)*

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Aftab Ahmad, 2014: A reader of modern short stories with glossaries, with versions both *in Urdu* and *in Hindi*

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The Gita
*translated into Hindi*
*translated into Urdu*
*translated into English*

The Qur'an

*translated into Urdu*
*translated into Hindi*
*translated into English (Arberry)*

The Bible

*translated into Hindi*
*translated into Urdu*
*translated into English*

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