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How can I write Pdf reader for Pashto while Pashto has 8 different letters than Arabic?

Where do I start? Pashto has a rich culture and tradition just as any other language in the world has. It is a language that is currently spoken by around 40–60 million people worldwide, making it the 31st language in terms of number of native speakers, just behind languages such as Polish and Persian. It is the official language of Afghanistan, spoken by just over 50%, and it is the second most commonly spoken language in Pakistan after Punjabi, because it is the native language of the Pashtun people. Pashto in itself is a part of the Indo-European language family, which means that it is related, albeit distantly, with other Indo-European languages such as Russian, German, Hindi, French and even English. More specifically, it is part of the Indo-Iranian sub-branch in the Iranic language group. It is most closely related to other Eastern Iranian languages, such as Ossetian spoken in the Russian Caucasus and Pamiri that is spoken in the Pamir mountains of Tajikistan and China. A map of where Pashto is spoken as a mother tongue. The two dialects of Pashto are the “hard” northern dialect and the “soft” southern dialect. Main difference between the two is that some words can have a letter that is pronounced differently, e.g. the word for ‘beautiful’ would be pronounced ‘khkolai” (“kh” being pronounced as one sound) while it is “shkolai” in the southern dialect, even though it is spelt the exact same. The fact that the northern dialect uses the “kh” gives rise to its name, as the “kh” sounds hard while “sh” sounds more soft. The first written record of Pashto in its current, modern form is from the Pata Khazana from around 900AD, although some people do hold doubts about the text being a credible source. The first 100% ,without a doubt, Pashto inscription is from the 1400s-1500s, as this was the era when Pashto was used as the language of writing, because up until this point Pashto didn’t have any writing system and most Pashtuns used Persian instead as the language of writing.

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The last 100% inscription in the Data Havana. There are over 25,000 dialects of Pashto around the world.

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