Kashmiri or Koshur is an Indo-Aryan language with about 4.5 million speakers in India, Pakistan and the UK. The Kashmiri alphabet was adopted from the Urdu version of the Arabic script.
Kashmiri first appeared in writing during the 8th century AD in the Sharda alphabet. After the arrival of Islam in Kashmir during the 15th century, the Arabic script was adapted to write Kashmiri. The Latin and Devanagari alphabets have also been used to write Kashmiri.
Koshur - an introduction spoken Kashmiri
Online Kashmiri dictionary
Koshurakhbar - the online Kashmiri newspaper
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