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زبانِ اردوِ معلہ -- zabaan-e-urdu-e-mualla

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The phrase written as [ زبان اردو معله ] is totally incorrect the correct spellings are of this phrase [ زبان اردو معلى ] which means exalted /high language of the court.

Please correct it .


Dr. Syed Mohammed Anwer (

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