Program Coordinator:- Dr. Muhammad Azeem

We will keep uploading new resources on this page.


Select course by clicking on the link from following list of available courses:

  1. Urdu language course for non-native Urdu speakers (Beginner Level)-Alphabet
  2. Urdu language course for non-native Urdu speakers (Level-2)-Dialogue
  3. Urdu language course for non-native Urdu speakers (Level-3)-Vocabulary




For online paid Urdu practice sessions, please fill the following form.



This page is carrying resources about the Urdu language. Target audience are non-native Urdu speaker and native Urdu speakers without formal Urdu language training. The primary focus of this course is to help non-native Urdu speakers in understanding and communicating in the Urdu language.


Urdu is a widely spoken language. It is the language of Pakistanis and Indians. Hindi is the twin sister of the Urdu language – the main difference is the script. Urdu is written in the Nastaliq style of the Persian or Arabic alphabet, whereas, Hindi is written in Devanagari or Sanskrit. So far as only spoken is concerned, it is very hard for a non-native Urdu or Hindi speaker to judge the difference between two languages.

Modern Urdu language is derived from Persian, Arabic, Sanskrit, and English languages, and used in Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Middle East countries, Caribbean Countries, South Africa, Canada, and the UK. It is the language understood and spoken by almost 100 million people around the world.

The Urdu language is gaining popularity day by day. Following are the possible reasons in this case:

  1. By knowing Urdu, one can easily communicate with people in almost half of the world, and if you know English, Urdu, and Arabic, you are open to the entire world.
  2. Since the script of Arabic and Urdu is same, and most of the words used in the Arabic language are also similar to the words used in the Urdu language, therefore, it is very easy to learn the Arabic language after learning Urdu, or vice versa, and same is true for the Persian language.
  3. The Urdu language has the quality to import foreign words.  Nowadays, a number of English words have become a regular part of spoken Urdu. And people feel pride by merging the Urdu language with that of English words. Therefore, any native English speaker can speak the Urdu language without any hesitation or fear of embarrassment.  They can substitute English words and phrases anywhere in Urdu sentences by replacing Urdu words with English counterparts.  It is also a common practice among native Urdu speakers to use complete or half English sentence during the conversation.
  4. Indian Hindi movies and Pakistani Urdu dramas are very popular among non-native Urdu speakers, especially in the MENA region. These media players have contributed a lot in the promotion of the Urdu language outside India and Pakistan.

UAE is a multicultural society. A large proportion of Indian, Pakistanis, Bangalis are working and living in the UAE. Whether you are traveling or shopping in malls, sitting in banks or running around typing centers, post offices, educational institutions, you are bound to interact with these communities.

Being an Urdu Language trainer, one question is always asked by my students, and that is about the reason for the non-availability of online resources for learning the Urdu language, suitable especially for the non-native speakers. Frankly, speaking, I still don’t have the exact answer to this question. One simple reason could be that in both India and Pakistan English is also taught and spoken widely, therefore, instead of promoting Urdu, institutions were satisfied with the adoption of English as a second language in the sub-continent.

Urdu training is not my prime Job. I am doing it because I found myself a suitable and best-fitted person for this case in the present circumstances, as being Pakistani, an experienced teacher with strong passion of teaching, and my experience as a corporate Urdu language trainer. I was anticipating this gap and wanted to do something concrete for this dire need of students by providing online learning resources in the Urdu language. It was not possible for me to spare time to jump into this gigantic task. This took many years to decide, and I ultimately set off the journey in the month of July 2013. I could allocate reasonable time and uploaded a basic version of the current website, where I have started uploading resources in a systematic manner, which could not only help my existing students but also the wider public to take advantage of it. These resources will be open to all who visit this site without any financial embargo.

I welcome all suggestions and assistance in this project. You can communicate with us through the Contact us page by sending a message. I also need serious feedback from my students and visitors on this page so that I can focus on those areas which they really need. A YouTube channel is also linked to this site where video production resources are stored and linked to this site.

I am thankful to all those who are sending me valuable suggestions and feedback.