Persian language situation in India to be considered

Publish Date : Friday 13 July 2018 - 10:23
IBNA- The meeting “Challenges and Methods of Teaching Persian Language and Literature ‎in India” will be held in Tehran’s Sa’adi Foundation on Saturday. ‎
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the public relations office of Sa’adi Foundation, will be attended by several Iranian experts such as Director of Research Center of Persian Language in India Ehsan-Ollah Shokr-Ollahi and director of Persian language Department of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in India Azarmidokht Safavi.

Due to the efforts made by Safavi, the Persian language Department of Aligarh University has been improved and six months after the appointment of Shokr-Ollahi as the new Director of Research Center of Persian Language in India, several Persian literature associations in New Delhi have re-started their activities. At the meeting, the two experts share their experiences on the situation of Persian language in India with the audience.

India is the largest non-Persian language country in which Persian language has been prevalent in the course of history. The region is a still providing many opportunities for the expansion of this language.
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