05:43 Aug 15, 2001
English to Urdu translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Hello
Good Morning

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naSalaam-alai-kum/ adaab-arz-hai/ tasleem
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Salaam-alai-kum/ adaab-arz-hai/ tasleem

India's religious and cultural diversity has introduced number of other greetings. Muslims greet with 'salaam-alai-kum' (peace be with you) or 'adaab-e-arz" (respectfully said).

Usually these greetings will be appropriate at any time of the day and will replace the English 'good morning', 'good afternoon' etc.


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