Similarities Between Persian and Gujarati

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Bahador Alast

Bahador Alast

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In today’s language challenge, we’ll be comparing some of the similarities between two Indo-European languages which are classified as Indo-Iranian, Persian and Gujarati, with Mahtab, a Persian speaker from Iran, and Richa, a Gujarati speaker from India challenging each other with a list of words and sentences. (Richa’s Instagram page: stylewricha)
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Bahador (@BahadorAlast): BahadorAlast
Gujarati (ગુજરાતી) is an Indo-Aryan language native to the Indian state of Gujarat where it is the official language of the state. It is notable that Gujarati was the mother tongue of both Mahatma Gandhi and Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The Persian language has had a major influence on Gujarati, in addition to the two languages sharing common Indo-European roots. The Persian language (Farsi) is classified as one of the Western Iranian languages. In addition to Gujarati, Persian has had a huge impact on many other languages and cultures, mainly in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia and holds official status is Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.

Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 5 жыл бұрын
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Khadar Adam
Khadar Adam 5 жыл бұрын
Please make somali and Arabic
Dev Bhattarai
Dev Bhattarai 5 жыл бұрын
Do Nepali and Persian. Same root Indo-Iranian branch.
Md. Nayeem Kabir Shourav
Md. Nayeem Kabir Shourav 5 жыл бұрын
Mahtab is my crash, i wish i could marry her. Shooo cuuute. Little strawberry baby
Mojtaba Hasanvand
Mojtaba Hasanvand 5 жыл бұрын
آقا بهادر شما فوق العاده ای. واقعا از زحماتت برای توسعه دوستی بین اقوام ممنونم.
gwimmer98 4 жыл бұрын
I’m an Austrian and I have been learning Hindi for the past year. I understood all except for the Persian sentence and one or two words. I’m impressed how similar all those languages are
SON OF PERSIA 3 жыл бұрын
But actually it's Gujrati not Hindi
Suyash Pandey
Suyash Pandey 3 жыл бұрын
All of these are words taken from Arabic and Persian due to which Indian languages have an influence.
Mid Life Crisis
Mid Life Crisis 3 жыл бұрын
@GT from where did you get the info that sanskrit is the mother of all languages brother?
ck_ 3 жыл бұрын
Most of these words are same in Hindi. They didn't go through any words which are exclusive to Gujarati
Mid Life Crisis
Mid Life Crisis 3 жыл бұрын
@ck_ could you give few examples?
О Д И Л З О Д А 10 ай бұрын
Salam. I am Tajik (one of Persian languages) and I could understand 95 % of the words above. The reason is we all were one nation- Ariyan. 3500 yaers ago Ariyan divided into 2: Persians and Indians. Then, these languages also subdivided into several languages like Tajik, Pashtu, Balochi, Kurd and Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati. So our languages are almost the same!🇹🇯🇮🇷🇦🇫🇵🇰🇮🇳
Uday Rathod
Uday Rathod 4 жыл бұрын
I am Gujarati and its not just the language but also culture is similar. Their favorite drink is Dug and here our favorite drink is Chass. Both mean buttermilk
Premji Ahir
Premji Ahir 4 жыл бұрын
વાહ ઉદય ભાઈ
Uday Rathod
Uday Rathod 4 жыл бұрын
Jagga Daku search it up yourself Sherlock
Dr.Shubham Chaudhari
Dr.Shubham Chaudhari 4 жыл бұрын
A gujrati rathod lol
Ashutosh Singh
Ashutosh Singh 4 жыл бұрын
@Dr.Shubham Chaudhari yes rajputs are everywhere in North India
Bhavin Doshi
Bhavin Doshi 4 жыл бұрын
@Dr.Shubham Chaudhari Rathod and Chauhan are Gujarati Rajput Clans. Rajasthan and Gujarat together was called Gujaratra.
Rajdeep Vijayaraj
Rajdeep Vijayaraj 4 жыл бұрын
Here's a testimony to our shared cultures! 🇮🇳🇮🇷
Prema Chandran
Prema Chandran Жыл бұрын
Yeah US can't sanction us to seperate our unique culture
santi mantal
santi mantal Жыл бұрын
Aryan race ❤
Mehmet Can
Mehmet Can Жыл бұрын
Kurdish India ✌️✌️😊😊
Hiren Ahir
Hiren Ahir Жыл бұрын
@Mehmet Can love u guys😊😍
HA$ Жыл бұрын
No it isn't.
Mohammed 5 жыл бұрын
I am an Iraqi and I understood most of the words in this video (khosh) (shetaranj) (dukan) (kharab) (keshmesh) (zaruri) (khared) (dava) . It is really similar to the Iraqi speech. It makes me astonished how much speech may be similar among different peoples and cultures.❤️
turki al mutairi
turki al mutairi 5 жыл бұрын
bro you like this iraqi guy in the profile picture his name is haider
Hans Meiser
Hans Meiser 5 жыл бұрын
I don't know if you know it, there are different "language families" which can explain the many similarities between languages. Farsi (spoken in Iran) and Gujarati (and Hindi ..) all belong to the same Family, the Indo- Iranian Family, which is then also a Part of the bigger Indo-European Family. Check it out: Here you can see other language families:
Hans Meiser
Hans Meiser 5 жыл бұрын
In German: Mother = Mutter Brother = Bruder Father = Vater
shreesha KS
shreesha KS 5 жыл бұрын
Is Farsi and Parsi are same languages ? Parsi is the language spoken by Zoroastrian community (locally known as "parsi people") in India. I have heard parsi(personally), most words are inter-related with hindi. But when i hear Persian language in TV it appears very different. (May be because i hear in TV, not personally)
Asit Waghmare
Asit Waghmare 3 жыл бұрын
I speak Marathi, a language very closely related to both the Gujarati and the Persian language. So I could understand each word. I was really astonished to find this much similarities between Persian and Indian languages. Also, the effort you took to figure out the similar words is really worth appreciating. 🙏🙏🙏
zeinab hjb
zeinab hjb 2 жыл бұрын
Im Iranian and have had a DNA test,im 5 percent Gujarati:) i watch this episode differently,wanted to see how is the language and im going to know about it morr :)
Nuengruthai Dechsangkranon
Nuengruthai Dechsangkranon 2 жыл бұрын
DNA tests work in an idiotic way. In India Gujaratis, Sindhis and Punjabis have mixed Persian/Macedonian DNA thats why your criteria falls under Gujarati because many Gujaratis have taken this test in US. It's same like Eastern African places like Kenya have Chinese DNA mixed because Chinese voyagers settled and mingled. But genome scientists came up with a theory that all Chinese were black Africans back in time.
KayR29 2 жыл бұрын
That makes sense allot of Persians mixed in the Mughal empire etc also that state holds the highest percentage of Indian Parsi Persian who are Zoroastrian who settled in India 1000s of years ago
Battle Band
Battle Band 4 жыл бұрын
I'm a Marathi, Hindi and Gujarati speaker. And I understood all them Possibly because I know hindi. Marathi has more Sanskrit words but lot of Hindi words are now used in Marathi.
Yash 4 жыл бұрын
BigBurner I am Gujarati but I lived in Nasik
Forefather Of Mankind
Forefather Of Mankind 4 жыл бұрын
Marathi is from Prakrit predominantly .... Not Sanskrit .... Rashtrakutas played a greater role in developing Marathi.
Indian Cuber
Indian Cuber 4 жыл бұрын
Hi bhava
Vineet Beniwal
Vineet Beniwal 4 жыл бұрын
Hindi has many works from Persian. People rarely speak pure Hindi and after Mughal rule in India many words from Persian became part of everyday Hindi. Actually during Akbar and even after him Persian was one of the official languages in the Mughal court.
Kaps89 4 жыл бұрын
I love Hindi
Freedom 2 жыл бұрын
İm from Azerbaijan and my nationality is Tat .Our language Tati same as a Persian also actually Persian is a root of our language.What a nice video Gujarati language is an part of the Persian language.💖💖💖💖👏👏👏👍👍👍
Urvi 4 жыл бұрын
OMG I am Gujarati bt I never knew there were so many similarities between Gujarati nd Persian language.. Amazing video..these kind of video motivates me to learn new language 🙌👍
Sid Mehta
Sid Mehta 4 жыл бұрын
As a native Gujarati speaker, I'm surprised at how much our language has been influenced by Farsi. I wonder if linguistic similarity means we have common genetic ancestry as well. I never realized the extent of Farsi loanwords we use so commonly without even realizing. Keep up the good work guys!
Stacy603 4 жыл бұрын
Yes, there is a fairly close genetic ancestry between Persians and most Indians, by most Indians, I mean the Indians who are considered as Indo-Aryan. Indo-Aryan people include most Most Indians who are not south Indian.
Sid Mehta
Sid Mehta 4 жыл бұрын
@Stacy603 I actually took an ancestry test and got J2 which may have its roots in the Zagros mountain range in Iran. So yup. You're right! Maybe @BahodorAlast and I could be long lost brothers. ;P
Stacy603 4 жыл бұрын
@Sid Mehta Yes, You (and I) are long lost relatives of @BahodorAlast separated by only a few ten thousand years of migration and settlement. Fun fact we're also considered as Caucasians. As our ancestors used to live in the Caucasus mountains who then migrated into Europe and Asia, meaning that most Indians (Indo-Aryans) are genetically closer to Europeans than south Indians. this fact also applies to languages.( I'm also Gujarati by the way.)
Abhinandan Biswas
Abhinandan Biswas 2 жыл бұрын
After the fall of of Sassanid capital Ctesiphon(today's Baghdad) in 637 AD many Persians left their homeland and took refuge in Gujarat to save them from conversion to Islam and they got mixed with local people adopted the local culture and language so both language influenced by each other .
Abhinandan Biswas
Abhinandan Biswas 2 жыл бұрын
@Sid Mehta May be you have an ancestor who took refuge to Gujarat after the fall of last Persian empire(Sassanid empire).
Bharti Patel
Bharti Patel 3 жыл бұрын
Gujarati is my mother tongue After watching this video World is so small... only we open our hearts...🇮🇳🇮🇷
Marina and Afshin
Marina and Afshin 5 жыл бұрын
Amazing guys, i have many Indian friends in Dubai and when they start to speak, many words is same with Farsi.
Malik Jibran Liaqat Awan
Malik Jibran Liaqat Awan 5 жыл бұрын
Its because of the Muslim rulers who ruled over india as for example Mughls speaks Farsi thats why words sound same
Kevin -
Kevin - 5 жыл бұрын
@Malik Jibran Liaqat Awan no its because farsi And Hindustani Are in the same language Family
Zartosht Sassani
Zartosht Sassani 5 жыл бұрын
@Malik Jibran Liaqat Awan actually not. It's because the North Indian languages and Persian are part of the Indo-Iranian subgroup of the Indo-European language family. Words like garm(Persian) and garam(Indo-Aryan) are words that are native to each, not adopted. There are thousands of examples. The numbers are an obvious example of this. Yes, the Mughals did introduce Modern Persian vocabulary to the Indian languages but other than that their similarities are from their common origin.
Afshin Vlogs India 🇮🇳 doesn't have culture neither language . Before the British colonize them their official language was Farsi now they changed their language but still many of their words copied from Farsi language.
Zartosht Sassani
Zartosht Sassani 5 жыл бұрын
@SAYEED HUSSEIN SADAT i guess that's what the Arabs say about the Persian language. When i lived in Saudi Arabia that was their opinion of Persian. And honestly it was hard to defend because of the copious amount of vocabulary that Persian has adopted from Arabic. I dont think that we can equate language and culture so deeply especially when languages adopt words only. Persian culture is sure not the same as Arabic culture yet there is a large percentage of words adopted from Arabic. But these are just words. The same goes for the Persian words that came into Indian languages. English is a highly Latinized language regarding academic terminology etc compared to other Germanic languages but still remains a Germanic language. The culture of England is by no means synonymous with the the cultures of Latin's modern day descendants. My point is that let's not jump to conclusions about cultural heritage etc because no culture has been intact 100%. That's just an illusion.
ANURAG SINGH 4 жыл бұрын
Hi Bahador, I don't know whether you knew about this fact or not that Farsi was the official language of Delhi Sultanate and after that of Mughal empire. Due to this factor, north Indian languages( Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali etc) have many words that are the Farsi origin. Even some foods and rituals have common ancestors lying in the indo parsi regions.
Atheist atheist
Atheist atheist Жыл бұрын
Persian to Hindi the meaning goes this way the language isn't same instead mixed up during persian mughal or arab invasion.. Barf (persian) - him (Hindi) Khush (Persian) - Prasanna (Hindi) Aaram Persian - Bishram Hindi Satranj Persian - Juwa Hindi Bazaar Persian - Haatt Kharaab - Kismis - Shikar - Aakhet Jaruri - Aawashyak Dawa - Ausadhi Kharid - kraya Nafrat - ghrina Khurak - Khadhya Bimar - Aswasth Kabootar - parinda Darwaja - Dwar Even Persians they don't have typical words due to arab invasion the language is totally mixed up of Arabic loan words and parsee is impure mixed-up hybrid language even their own script is now extict and people of persia present Iran they don't have persian ethnic names instead they have Arabic ethnic names
Maui The Bengal Cat
Maui The Bengal Cat Жыл бұрын
Very interesting! We have kishmish in Russian too as a variety of grapes (raisins) too😁
Atheist atheist
Atheist atheist Жыл бұрын
Persian to Hindi the meaning goes this way the language isn't same instead mixed up during persian mughal or arab invasion.. Barf (persian) - him (Hindi) Khush (Persian) - Prasanna (Hindi) Aaram Persian - Bishram Hindi Satranj Persian - Juwa Hindi Bazaar Persian - Haatt Kharaab - Kismis - Shikar - Aakhet Jaruri - Aawashyak Dawa - Ausadhi Kharid - kraya Nafrat - ghrina Khurak - Khadhya Bimar - Aswasth Kabootar - parinda Darwaja - Dwar Even Persians they don't have typical words due to arab invasion the language is totally mixed up of Arabic loan words and parsee is impure mixed-up hybrid language even their own script is now extict and people of persia present Iran they don't have persian ethnic names instead they have Arabic ethnic names
Spira Nova
Spira Nova Жыл бұрын
@Atheist atheist wtf these are mostly Sanskritised.. we speak modern Hindi in.. and Persian people are speak pure Persian language it's mixture of Turks and arabic.ok.
Atheist atheist
Atheist atheist Жыл бұрын
@Spira Nova There's no Hindi nowadays turned Urdu.. If English, Persian, Arabic are mixed you call it modern Hindi.
Faazil 10 ай бұрын
@Atheist atheist You are spot on. Hindi is like nowadays, 60% Urdu, 20% Hindi, 10% Arabic and 10% English combined together.
Amar A
Amar A 3 жыл бұрын
This was fun to listen to. Back in medical school my flatmate was Persian, and I am Gujarati. The similarities were very clear after about a week of living with another. Thank you for uploading this.
Shamik Chakraborty
Shamik Chakraborty 5 жыл бұрын
as a Bengali speaker, I know all the words. I wonder how many of these words have a Sanskritic origin.... I wanna explore the Indo European and Iranian connection.
daniyal k
daniyal k 5 жыл бұрын
shamik chakraborty none these are words of middle eastern origin none of these have Sanskrit origin infact Sanskrit dominated languages are found mostly inside india that too because of most people being hindu for example urdu have less then 8% Sanskrit origin words since it was founded and used by muslims only in it's early days now it's used by most of north indians and these days it goes by the name of hindi which is it's corrupted version
Perzys Ānogār
Perzys Ānogār 5 жыл бұрын
some do have sanskritic origin. garam(hot) can be traced to sanskrit gharma(sun) and probably a similar indo-aryan term in avestan. In the end, sanskrit and old-persian and avestan did have a one common indo-iranian ancestor.
Perzys Ānogār
Perzys Ānogār 5 жыл бұрын
Neel घर्म 'gharma' means 'sun' in Sanskrit, that's how 'sun' became 'ghaam' in Nepali and 'kham' in Romani. Gharma and garam are cognates, because Sanskrit and Persian share a common ancestor. 'sun' is associated with 'heat'.
🔥MrBeast_Lucas__Fire🔥 5 жыл бұрын
Neel is right
S S 5 жыл бұрын
daniyal k samandar is Sanskrit samudra. Don’t bat for Urdu too much. The grammar is from Sanskrit.
ਜੋਬਨ / J O B A N
ਜੋਬਨ / J O B A N 4 жыл бұрын
I'm Punjabi, it sounds if i start to learning Persian can easily learn it..!! I'm a hardcore fan of Persian music..
It,s Rahul .M
It,s Rahul .M 3 жыл бұрын
Me too punjabi , where are you from in punjab?
Rajab 3 жыл бұрын
I live in Punjab pakistan I'm Balochi natively Speak siraki Punjabi urdu/Hindi Farsi kashmiri and understand Arabic gujraiti Pashto too Learning Spanish Portuguese French and Italian (Romance language)
Super boy
Super boy 2 жыл бұрын
Bro I am also I am from Uttarakhand And I speak Pahari and Hindi
Śeid 2 жыл бұрын
@Rajab If you can master Romance and other Indo-Iranian languages, go for a Baltic language
Neda 2 жыл бұрын
Persis Habel
Persis Habel 4 жыл бұрын
Hii, im a Indian girl with a name Persis(which meant Persian women) so im glad to see an Indian and a Persian women😍😍😍😍
Mastermind 3 жыл бұрын
Mello Grdd So what 's your native language/what state do you live in bro?
Mastermind 3 жыл бұрын
Mello Grdd So what do your parents speak with you?
Mastermind 3 жыл бұрын
Mello Grdd Ahh, thanks man, very interesting.
Dutch East Indies
Dutch East Indies 3 жыл бұрын
Mello Grdd Are you Irani or Parsi? When you say "late Mughal period", do you mean the Shia Safavid era in Iran?
CamorrA 3 жыл бұрын
What's a beautyfull name.ur name is very beautiful and in the future I may name my daughter PERSIS
Aayush Sharma
Aayush Sharma 5 жыл бұрын
Many Indo Aryan languages have a deep impact of Persian language...which makes them even more sweet...❤❤
Mugdha Bapat
Mugdha Bapat 4 жыл бұрын
I think my mother tongue Marathi is believed to have 30% words from Persian. However, it's also believed that the roots of all those words again go back to Sanskrit.. An example is shataranj - the Sanskrit word is Chaturang. Though today we call it "Buddhibal" which sounds more Sanskrit based than Shataranj, which sounds more Persian. Another example is Santoor - the original Sanskrit word is Shatatantri (an instrument of 100 strings). But we all believe that this word has come from a middle Eastern influence.
[__] 3 жыл бұрын
A P uh no. Avestan is the root of modern Persian. Not Sanskrit
sid 2 жыл бұрын
@[__] and many avestan words derived from ancient sanskrit
myself 2 жыл бұрын
@[__] actually it's old persian which is different from Avestan.
myself 2 жыл бұрын
@sid no, they are cognates. Search it up. They went through different sound changes. They diverged from their common ancestor language proto indo iranian.
Sumbul Akhtar
Sumbul Akhtar 5 жыл бұрын
Wow. I could never have thought gujrati and persian were soooo similar. I knew urdu had a lot of persian. All these words mean the same in urdu and they are pronounced exactly like persian as well.
Afghanistan Online
Afghanistan Online 5 жыл бұрын
Yep, kind of cool, right? Peace.
SustainableLiving 4 жыл бұрын
Yeah, the mughal influence on hindi and creation of urdu and also affecting other regional languages nearby
Hameed RA
Hameed RA 4 жыл бұрын
@SustainableLiving Hindi is a fake language created in the 20th century. Its Sanskritized Urdu/Hindustani, while Urdu is a creole formed from the mixing of Arab/Persian and Braj Bhasha!
Eliran 5 жыл бұрын
Keep up the good work, it is fascinating to know how much in common certain languages have with each other, your project also clears up historical connection about certain nations.
Radhuya 5 жыл бұрын
Wow we learn so much things from your channel ! I didn't even know about gujarati language ♡
Rajiv Trivedi
Rajiv Trivedi 4 жыл бұрын
oh you must know Gujarat Gandhiji, Sardar Patel, Morarji Desai Ex-PM and MODIJI is present PM from Gujarat. All Patels have captured Motels, Gas Station business 70% in USA.
Darji Utsav
Darji Utsav 5 жыл бұрын
last week a couple visited my house, the guy is from gujarat and the girl is from Iran they just got married few weeks ago I show them some of your videos and she was surprised even I was when I found this channel ,good job 👍
Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 5 жыл бұрын
Awesome!! :)
Bhavik Bhatt
Bhavik Bhatt 5 жыл бұрын
Darji Utsav tu gujrat ma rey chhe
Saleh Asadollahi
Saleh Asadollahi 5 жыл бұрын
sai teja why ?
Zartosht Sassani
Zartosht Sassani 4 жыл бұрын
sai teja the name Iran is derived from Arya. So how is it that you oppose an Indian marrying an Iranian. Old Persian, Avestan and Sanskrit are like dialects of the same language. Maybe you need to do some soul searching lol.
Agent0fPhenax 5 жыл бұрын
This one would probably be difficult, but it'd be really cool to do Ossetian vs Persian. Ossetian is related to the language the Scythians spoke, I believe. It'd be neat to see what it has in common, if anything, with other Iranian languages. Might be difficult to find someone that speaks it though.
Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 5 жыл бұрын
Yes, it is difficult to find a fluent speaker but we'll definitely do our best!
SantomPh 5 жыл бұрын
@Bahador Alast the hard part is finding someone who knows Ossetian but not Georgian/Russian; Ossetia is in both those countries.
Golden Memes
Golden Memes 5 жыл бұрын
i agree, im a punjabi jatt and sikh jatts are purest form descedents of Saka scythian invaders to punjab region 2000years ago!
Mercis 4 жыл бұрын
@Golden Memes Lmao no your not. You people are Indians and look Indian
[__] 3 жыл бұрын
@Golden Memes Scythians are Iranic peoples from CENTRAL ASIA & the CAUCASUS- not south Asia. Scythians did conquer some parts of India but that doesn't mean Indians are Scythians. Far from it.
Genus Tinca
Genus Tinca 4 жыл бұрын
Been watching a few of these episodes now, and I deduce that the Indo-Iranian languages are incredibly similar. What is not clear from these language tests, however, is how mutually intelligible they are in day-to-day conversation.
YJ 5 жыл бұрын
Brother, I have nothing but utmost respect for what you have done on this channel and continue to do, if your able to find speakers of distant language groups that have plenty in common it would be a lot more interesting, the word Baraf for example (the exact way its pronounced in Gujarati) spans across the Cushitic language group in Somali and Oromo. This is just a simple example as I'm sure you know.
Athos 5 жыл бұрын
As I heard from a Persian, people who speak Persian understand 70-80 % of what people say in Urdu easily thanks to lexical similarities. No wonder there are the similarities even between Gujarati and Persian.
Viraj Raval
Viraj Raval 4 жыл бұрын
It's really good to know that there are similarities between Gujarati and Persian language appreciate your video thank you
Patel Arjun
Patel Arjun 4 жыл бұрын
I am Gujarati but I never know that Persian is very Similar to Gujarati. I was happy after hear same language from another accent. Really very Nice Video.
Ritwik Reddy
Ritwik Reddy 4 жыл бұрын
Most of the indo-european languages are similar.
rc 5 жыл бұрын
I think it's more fun when there are more participants...just suggesting! Your videos are always interesting! Keep it up! Hi Mahtab! 😊
Chetan Gondaliya
Chetan Gondaliya 4 жыл бұрын
awesome!😊 being a Gujarati i can say all Persian words similar to Gujarati words is because of our beloved zarathoshti ( Parsi) people and some what influenced by mughals too.
Sumiit Melekaar
Sumiit Melekaar 4 жыл бұрын
It would be interesting if you made both girls talk in their own language and see if they understand each other!
Merve Abbas
Merve Abbas 3 жыл бұрын
I’m mixed Turkish-Kurdish and I’m amazed how much of those words we have in common. I guess it’s because we have a lot of words in e.g. Turkish that are originally from Persian and then again a lot of words go back to Sanskrit so makes sense that Persian and Gujarati have a lot of words in common/similar. This was so interesting to watch! Really enjoyed it.
Adrian 5 жыл бұрын
A lot of contributions to world culture and language came from the Indian lands. Eg) some influences are seen Persian culture. Also in Europe. Thank you India 🙏🏼
fearsome alex
fearsome alex Жыл бұрын
Srsly?Persian went to india after we conquered their land and made their main language Persian we made their royal family and government to learn and use Persian language so basically ppl had to learn the language to live in India that's how they use Persian words
Adrian Жыл бұрын
@fearsome alex Avestan is of Sanskrit.
Adrian Жыл бұрын
@fearsome alex If you dig deeper you will find there is an ancient connection. Sanskrit -> Avestan -> Persian
Nim Kati
Nim Kati Жыл бұрын
As much as I love India, but the influence mostly went from Persia to India. India was part of Persian Cosmopolis from around 13th to 19th centuries. Persian was the language of governments and elites across all of Indian subcontinent. India did influence Eastern Iranian lands in Central Asia in antiquity to an extent that they basically became continuation of India, but all of that was swept by Islam.
Adrian Жыл бұрын
@Nim Kati In antiquity exactly. Im my humble opinion, I wouldn’t say its been wiped/swept by islam. The language and structures speak for itself. He should do an Avestan and Sanskrit video.
Anand Pandya
Anand Pandya 4 жыл бұрын
So far, as a language lover, I would say, the most amazing video on youtube I have seen. This is what I always look for in Indo European languages. Thanks Bahador..
Komal 5 жыл бұрын
Urdu is very similar to Gujrati and Persian, i've understand almost all the words 😊 Nice video 👌🏼
Land Shark
Land Shark 4 жыл бұрын
A lot of the Gujarati words were actually borrowed into the language from Persian. The two languages are undoubtedly related, being something akin to second cousins, though
Afghanistan Online
Afghanistan Online 5 жыл бұрын
It's amazing how all these languages have so much in common. It shows how much we have influenced each other and that we are part of one great world. Peace!
M D 3 жыл бұрын
there is a district in ilam( a city in iran) called "chalimar" and it is believed that its people came from india centuries ago! it is interesting to know that there is a city near new dehli called "shalimar".
Ashutosh Pendse
Ashutosh Pendse 5 жыл бұрын
Many Indian languages besides Urdu/Hindi have a strong relation with Persian. Gujarathi, Punjabi, Marathi have so many words borrowed from Persian that people who speak the languages won't know that this word came from another language. It's a mystery as to why the words are pronounced differently in Iran and in India. e.g. hot is germ in Iran but garm in India. Also, Persian is an Indo-European language. So other Indo-European languages of India find it easy to accept Persian words. It's truly fascinating to see how words travel. Thanks!
mina yazdanbin
mina yazdanbin 4 жыл бұрын
Hot isn’t germ in Persian. That word is pronounced “garm” here in Tehran. Persian is my mother tongue. And I don’t believe Sanskrit is the mother of Iranian languages. Have this link:“stan”-is-a-Sanskrit-word-and-the-Pakistan-Uzbekistan-and-others-are-using-a-Sanskrit-word-My-argument-is-that-“stan”-is-a-Persian-word-and-Vedic-Indians-never-called-our-land-Hindustan
Paramita Sarkar
Paramita Sarkar 2 жыл бұрын
Wonderful effort 👍👍👍👍🌷
Yogesh Parmar
Yogesh Parmar 5 жыл бұрын
Awesome brother.... I am Gujarati and i found persian is so similar to my language....
huss yass
huss yass 4 жыл бұрын
I am a native Arabic speaker, I learned English since childhood and a few years ago I learned persian, one day, I segnified that when my family watch indian movies, a lot of words are familiar with my ear. later I searched about this thing and I knew that indian and persian words have the same origin.
Desi Rockstar
Desi Rockstar 4 жыл бұрын
I am Punjabi.... proud to b sikh punjabi, Punjabi is southasian richest culture...who believes in sharing helping and love humanity as our gurus taught us to do so.
Ramchandra Oke
Ramchandra Oke 3 жыл бұрын
I love your teaching techniques . 👏👏👏👌👌👌🌹
Mustafa Al-husayni
Mustafa Al-husayni 4 жыл бұрын
I'm Gujarati and my mother tongue is Dakhini Urdu which is highly influenced by Gujarati, and Persian.
Devpriyo Ray
Devpriyo Ray 4 жыл бұрын
Possibly one of the best channels on KZbin. Language is perhaps something that will unite us in this atmosphere of hatred.
A.K 5 жыл бұрын
well both are indo iranian/aryan languages :) nice video Bahador!
Satan Shameer
Satan Shameer 5 жыл бұрын
Anatolian Turk These words came into Gujarati after centuries of Muslim rule
Kamalakanta Mohapatra
Kamalakanta Mohapatra 5 жыл бұрын
Actually 'INDO' and 'Aryan' both same ....Indo is the English version of the word 'HINDU' and "Aryan" is a South-Indian originated word...Some peoples give theory that the 'Iranian' also an English version of the word Aryan....
elborrador333 5 жыл бұрын
Fair enough, but I think they're still Persian words, corrupted as they might be. In any case, should be more scared of english ruining hindi right now than persian or arabic.
Felicyta Tomaszewska
Felicyta Tomaszewska 4 жыл бұрын
Listening to this, I conclude that Urdu and Persian are the closest languages because not only there share a lot words but even the pronunciations are very very close
Kathan Mehta
Kathan Mehta 4 жыл бұрын
I did think for a while in past that Gujarati people have some Persian roots and then I saw this video!! Awesome!! 👍🏻
UFO 4 жыл бұрын
I am from surat, and we have highest parsi community in india, which are basically persian
Raja Varma
Raja Varma 4 жыл бұрын
UFO unma aor inma bohat fark ha
MCPE GURU 2 жыл бұрын
@Raja Varma kya fark hain
Raja Varma
Raja Varma 2 жыл бұрын
@MCPE GURU Vah log aab Muslim hai aor communal baan chuka hai
Parth Pandya
Parth Pandya 2 жыл бұрын
No bro, Highest is in Surat
Nirav Panchal
Nirav Panchal Жыл бұрын
Persians are indians. They all originated from our Civilization. All these languages came from Sanskrit.
Pro Fat
Pro Fat 4 жыл бұрын
What is more amazing is that these both girls sound like they were born/raised in the US but know their ethnic languages very well.
SantomPh 3 жыл бұрын
they all live in Canada. Mehtab and Bahador actually come from Iran itself so naturally they speak Farsi well.
Joshua Ultra Instinct
Joshua Ultra Instinct 5 жыл бұрын
I love Indian languages
أحمد 4 жыл бұрын
It's called Indo-europeans languages and Persian is different from Semitic languages like Arabic and Hebrow ...
Kumar Navneet
Kumar Navneet 4 жыл бұрын
@أحمد Quite contrary to popular perception, Persian is actually Indo European language. It's from Indo Iranian branch of the Indo European language family.
tenorlove 4 жыл бұрын
@Kumar Navneet As are Kurdish, Pashto, Avestan, Tajik, and Ossetian. The Indo-Iranian branch split off from Proto-Indo-European, then the Indo- and Iranian parts split again. At the time of that split, the Indo- part was represented by Sanskrit/Prakrits. The modern languages of India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh derived from Prakrits, which was the colloquial, spoken version of Sanskrit. In this respect, the Indian subcontinent paralleled the Roman Empire, where classical Latin was used for state and religion, while the people spoke something called Vulgar Latin, which evolved into the Romance languages of today. Today's Romance languages have about the same degree of mutual intelligibility as modern Indo-Iranian languages do, and even more so in writing, because they all use the same alphabet.
Cycric Shorts
Cycric Shorts 3 жыл бұрын
Adonis Mx Persian is also indo -aryan (Europe) language
Ranjit Neelakandan
Ranjit Neelakandan 3 жыл бұрын
down south India it's interesting...Tamil is as old as Sanskrit and has no relation to Sanskrit and another language called Malayalam is mixture of Tamil and Sansrit brought down by Indo-Aryan speakers.
sumerian b
sumerian b 2 жыл бұрын
Persia and India have a great culture.
Ayan Parekh
Ayan Parekh 4 жыл бұрын
These words came with parsi community (zoroastrians) to gujarati. Some words like shatranj (chaturang) are from sanskrit which travelled to persia from north india via silk route.
Hameed RA
Hameed RA 4 жыл бұрын
Lol! The Parsis couldn't preserve their language , yet passed on many words from Persian? All these words came into Gujarati via Mughal Farsi and Urdu.
Rohan Patidar
Rohan Patidar 3 жыл бұрын
@Hameed RA Persian is relatively new language and Sanskrit is older but Avestan an ancestor of old Persian has some similarities with Sanskrit. both are Proto-Indo-European languages.
Meem Noon
Meem Noon 4 жыл бұрын
This is so cool to see the similarities. All these Persian words are in urdu and the Kh sound remains in urdu. We pronounce more like Persian in Urdu. In urdu it is Kharab, Khush, Kharid, and Zaruri
Pratikkumar Patel
Pratikkumar Patel Жыл бұрын
WTH...I'm gujarati and I'm totally surprised...😱🤘❤🔥
অର୍ଘ୍ୟਦੀప पाல் / Arghyadeep Pal
অର୍ଘ୍ୟਦੀప पाல் / Arghyadeep Pal 4 жыл бұрын
The Farsi community in India is perhaps the connection between Gujarati and Persian. They follow Zoroastrianism. Infact many distinguished personalities in India are from this community.
Dara Armand
Dara Armand 4 жыл бұрын
the connection is Avestan and Sanskrit. very similar languages
Lakhpat Singh Purohit
Lakhpat Singh Purohit 4 жыл бұрын
Now Parsi community exist in world only in two country India(60 thousand) and Pakistan(2 thousand).
anant kumar
anant kumar 4 жыл бұрын
No, because gujarati and Persian are belongs to same family
pankaj jagarwal
pankaj jagarwal 4 жыл бұрын
Parsis migrated to Gujrat during muslim invasion. Before that parsians and Gujratis would do business with each other.
Bhavin Doshi
Bhavin Doshi 4 жыл бұрын
Many Persians have come to India much before the zoroastrians. Faris is considered to be closer to Sanskrit than to Arabic. Arabic is a semitic language, closer to Hebrew.
Aamir Hussain
Aamir Hussain 2 жыл бұрын
The common words you have mentioned are basically the Persian words present in modern day urdu and not so much in modern hindi or Gujarati, but in use mostly due to Bollywood.
shreesha KS
shreesha KS 5 жыл бұрын
Great Video !! This is very interesting and very innovative approach. I would request you to make similar videos comparing with South Indian (Dravidian) languages like Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu Konkani etc.. I know that they will have very very much less in common with Persian. But who knows.. when you do actual practical comparison you may discover interesting thing.. (Because i didn't think that Gujarati had so much common)... Again kudos for nice work.
Vijay Pawar
Vijay Pawar 5 жыл бұрын
shreesha KS dear friend, Konkani is an indo Aryan language ,not a Dravidian one.
shreesha KS
shreesha KS 5 жыл бұрын
Vijay Pawar you are right. Not a Dravidain. But south Indian (geographically)
Anton Beats
Anton Beats 11 ай бұрын
As an Armenian, Iranians and Indians/Pakistanis /Afghans seem to similar to each other. They look alike and the languages are related and sound similar. God bless. When I visited Iran it was like a new world very different.
Lucas Freeman
Lucas Freeman 5 жыл бұрын
Good job guys! Wish we all humans used the same language or at least had enough time to spend on learning different languages and exchanging cultural values.
AMX28 Жыл бұрын
I feel for the anglos. Although their language is understood all over the world, it's quite bland in my opinion and no other languages even the closely related ones like german and french are mutually intelligible. Meanwhile pretty much everyone from the indian subcontinent to the gates of europe in Istanbul can understand 25% of everyone's languages.
The Thoughtful Traveller
The Thoughtful Traveller 3 жыл бұрын
Now I re realized why I can speak fluent Gujarati even if I am not from Gujarat. It is because Gujarati has many words from Hindi. And Hindi and Urdu are a lot related to Persian. And as Hindi being the national language of India, we Indians skipped many words from our regional languages and those got replaced with Hindi words and English words off course. Like we commonly use Darwaja/ Darwaza whereas the original Sanskrit word is "Dwaar" and Marathi derivative is "Daar" but we prefer Darwaja/ Darwaja. That's the influence of our national language. And yes we have never used any other word for "Table" Rarely anyone says the word "Mez" which is again of Portuguese origin "Mase" . And the actual Hindi word for it is "Pattiya" which is also very rarely used. May it be city or village the word "Towel" is so famous here, that if anyone says Hindi word " Rumaal" (meaning a towel/ napkin) people find it different to digest. Infact there is now a Hindi slang word for "Towel" which is "Towalia" or "Tolia". This is how words get exchanged with time and old words are lost. That's the way Words work in the World 🙂
N S 2 жыл бұрын
We have words imported from Persia. At one time (before British) Persian was ligua-franca in India for key official, kingly purposes. In the generations of my grand parents and before, many people who went to school learnt Farsi. Then, slowly it got less and less. The reasons are understandable.
HououinKyouma 3 жыл бұрын
Most are loanwords in Gujarati from Farsi. Except Shatranj and maybe few others which might have Sanskrit origin or a common Indo-Iranian origin. This video is really helpful, because most ppl don't realize this connection and the centuries-long shared history, esp at a time when toxic nationalism is on the rise.
vek keny
vek keny 4 жыл бұрын
I'm so happy that I found this video as I am Gujarati and my hometown is Sanjan which is the big link between India and Persian community.
Roshani Kharadi
Roshani Kharadi 4 жыл бұрын
I am also gujarati
celebrate success
celebrate success Жыл бұрын
Btw parsi only speak gujarati even among themselves they speak gujarati
vek keny
vek keny Жыл бұрын
@celebrate success I know. I come from a place where Parsis got asylum when they came to India. My hometown is Parsi town.
Nasser Gorsi
Nasser Gorsi 4 жыл бұрын
Persian was an official language here during Mughal empire. They introduced it because of its popularity back then. The mixture of Persian and Hindi is what we call Urdu. We also have Arabic words deeply rooted without our knowledge.
Vivek Nair
Vivek Nair 4 жыл бұрын
The similarity between Gujarati and Farsi is due to the influence of Parsis. You can see the influence between Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, and Farsi due to the same reasons.
abdurahman49 5 жыл бұрын
We use the word (خوش) a lot in the Northern Najdi dialect in Saudi Arabia which means (excellent), and sometimes sarcastically when something doesn't go the way we want it. خوش video.
Almag, Faris
Almag, Faris 4 жыл бұрын
Because Northern Nejd has strong tie with Baghdad in the old days due learning Hanbali mathahab which originated in there and Baghdad's dialect no doubly influenced your dialect.
Rahul Hemani
Rahul Hemani Жыл бұрын
Unbelievable so much similarities between 2 languages. Quite surprising
BBLOGIC 4 жыл бұрын
Pagar means salary in Spanish and Hindi. There are a lot of similarities in those two as well
Soumyakanti Chakraborty
Soumyakanti Chakraborty 4 жыл бұрын
For 800 years the state language in India was Persian. That's why most Indian languages have a LOT of loan words from Persian. Historically, Iran has had a massive cultural influence on India. In fact, outside of Iran, India has the most number of Persian manuscripts.
Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 4 жыл бұрын
Not to mention, today there are more Persian Zoroastrian temples in India than Iran.
MadTing 4 жыл бұрын
@Bahador Alast please ignore some mental Patients who spread hate. :)
Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 4 жыл бұрын
Ęxtřəmé Hűñteŕ No, I actually do come from a Muslim family but I am not Muslim and I don't follow any religion. However, Zoroastrianism is a part of our Iranian culture, almost every Iranian, regardless of their religion, has Zoroastrian elements embedded into their culture and identity.
Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 4 жыл бұрын
@MadTing Thank you but that's fine. I don't think he was trying to spread hate.
MadTing 4 жыл бұрын
@Bahador Alast Alright buddy, have you had the chance of meeting some zorastrian Canadians ? We had discussed this once, long ago on Instagram
shayan mobasheri
shayan mobasheri 4 жыл бұрын
There should definitely be an Iranian union between our country and the countries that are the inhertiers of the Iranian culture and civilization. I love our Urdu/Pashto/Gujarati speaking brothers and sisters
shayan mobasheri
shayan mobasheri 4 жыл бұрын
Anu Arjun and I didn't say that it was Iranian . but there are certainly more genuine compatibilities between our respective race and language than it is with the Arabs . and also both veda and Avesta are Aryan/Iranian books. The name is indo European but who are we fooling ?
Thakur Shourya Pratap Singh
Thakur Shourya Pratap Singh 4 жыл бұрын
Persian & Urdu have a tonne of similarity! Urdu is an Indian Language & most Hindi speaking guys can understand it... So I'm getting 100% of the words they are saying.
Gurpreet Singh
Gurpreet Singh 4 жыл бұрын
I am from Punjab, India and In Punjabi and Persian even the pronunciation are very close with the words.
Milad Vaziri
Milad Vaziri 5 жыл бұрын
hahaha bahador jan this time was really fun, both of them easily understand each other it seems we can go there and just speak persian :-D and everyone understand
MisterTMH Жыл бұрын
Urdu and Dari have 60 % same vocabulary. Study One of them and you will be having a head start with learning the other . The grammar in both Dari and Urdu are different but have similarities.
Meet Patel
Meet Patel 3 жыл бұрын
I am gujarati. And I am surprised with theses simalirities. In Gujarat there are parsis and they are all great people.
Saad N Flimz
Saad N Flimz Жыл бұрын
i understood both as i am Sindhi and i know Urdu i was able to understand both of them
Sorena Sogd
Sorena Sogd Жыл бұрын
amazing ,these two languages are the same meanings
Lukas Schneider
Lukas Schneider 5 жыл бұрын
Before Brits, Persian was very famous among the Sultanates of Northern India. So, we have Persian words in our routine language... but less in standard ones. They have more Sanskrit influence.
PAGAN LION Жыл бұрын
Well I am a hindi speaker and I can understand all these words 🥳
Hassan Bonyadi
Hassan Bonyadi 4 жыл бұрын
First let me say that the similarities are really fascinating and wonderful, not only between Persian and Gujarati, but also between Persian and all the other languages. But let me add something else, and that is the fact that these are obviously some loan words and if not, they are only a very limited number of similar words. As all of us have noticed in this video and other videos that compare different languages, when you put all the similar words together in a sentence the entire story is changed. So, I think in lingusitics terms, you'd better NOT label the videos similarity between x and y. It's more accurate if you call the videos similarity between languages at a lexical level and not more than that. Once again, the combination of words in a sentence is much more demanding since the structure and grammar of each language is more or less peculiar. Anyway, thank you for all of the wonderful videos and comparisons and stuff. Dametoon garm ;)
Hassan Bonyadi
Hassan Bonyadi 4 жыл бұрын
I also know that I have some problems and "sooti" s in my writing, so I confess and accept them before anyone points them out to me.
Aakash Pradhan
Aakash Pradhan 4 жыл бұрын
Here we are. We have learned so much about the west but don't know our neighbors so well who we share a lot of similarities with. What a world.
Ehsan M
Ehsan M 4 жыл бұрын
Yes u r right.
Ramapriya D
Ramapriya D 3 жыл бұрын
zarouri is the Hindi or Gujarati pronunciation; Darouri is the Persian and Arabic pronunciation. I've noticed that in the subcontinent, the 'daad' is replaced with the 'zaay'... Zia for Diyaa, mazbout for maDbout and so on
Dionak Gamer
Dionak Gamer 5 жыл бұрын
I’m Nepali speaker and I knew all the word, most of them were exactly like Nepali but some of them were pronounced little bit differently. And 1 or 2 were very different
Siam Ur Rahman
Siam Ur Rahman 4 жыл бұрын
Being a Bengali speaker I can understand each and every word that has been said in this video. Its very similar.
Chintan Jain
Chintan Jain 4 жыл бұрын
Wow i had no idea there is so much similarity in Persian and hindi/Gujarati almost every words she spoke where recognizable
M. Serrão
M. Serrão 4 жыл бұрын
Please do similarities between Konkani 🇮🇳 and Português 🇵🇹/🇧🇷
Subhayan Samanta
Subhayan Samanta 5 жыл бұрын
Your work is fantastic. It's a great stimuli for any budding amateur linguist. Can you do a comparison(similarities) video between Sanskrit and Persian (maybe old persian)? They should have many similarities given their common origin.
Bahador Alast
Bahador Alast 5 жыл бұрын
Thank you! I'd love to do that. I just don't know anyone in Toronto show speaks Sanskrit.
NoNee 4 жыл бұрын
Yeah.. a Sanskrit Vs Avestan video would be terrific!
Satan Shameer
Satan Shameer 4 жыл бұрын
It's not because of common origin, but Muslim rule
Zartosht Sassani
Zartosht Sassani 4 жыл бұрын
@Satan Shameer ummm....perhaps read up a little loll
Nabeel Asif
Nabeel Asif 4 жыл бұрын
this video makes me so happy being an Indian and muslim 😁 love from India
Instagrams live
Instagrams live 2 жыл бұрын
Every word in this video are also available in Marathi 😍🥰
Omkar Bhatt
Omkar Bhatt 3 жыл бұрын
Amazing... me being a gujarati never knew that Persian language is having too many similar words... wow
Tatva FNU
Tatva FNU 4 жыл бұрын
Probably most here don’t know that most of these words have come recently into Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi etc. only because if the Islamic invasions from about a 1000 years back. My grandfather had compiled a big list of these words comparing everyday language before and after these invasion from historical records. That said, some of these words do have an Indo-European language continuity over several millenia. Words like “shatranj” have had a reverse route. From “chaturang” the Sanskrit origin to its Indian colloquial shatranj pronunciation going to Persia and thereabouts.
A.B Jadeja
A.B Jadeja 4 жыл бұрын
I'm gujrati and love my language 💓
Ladara Dara
Ladara Dara 5 жыл бұрын
Haha nice video. When Bro Bahador said "bazaar", it is interesting because we are Indonesians use "Bazaar" or "Bazar" for a temporary market, it is like market that hold for charity and we use "Pasar" for market. But for store it is "Toko", so different haha. Also we use "Kismis" for raisin. In Gujarati "Zarura" and Farsi "Zaruri" for urgent and in Indonesia it is "Darurat". "Garam" means salt here, totally different :) The girls, Richa and Mahtab looked enjoying the game, nice. Good job Bro Bahador. Salam. Hope you always have a good day.
Ana Sawitri
Ana Sawitri 5 жыл бұрын
Ladara Dara Toko was taken from dutch language
Ladara Dara
Ladara Dara 5 жыл бұрын
Hh Ii I don't know how common is the "Pasar" word, but yeah interesting. And now I know that "Pasar" is a loanword from Farsi "Bazar" and have the same meaning. Nice.
Ladara Dara
Ladara Dara 5 жыл бұрын
Ana Sawitri I am not sure, because I read that "Toko" is a loanword from Chinese, maybe Hakka or Hokkien. But it's ok, I mean many loanwords in Bahasa Indonesia are from Dutch also.
Gutti 5 жыл бұрын
Bazaar is a Persian word that many languages use as well.
SantomPh 5 жыл бұрын
In Indonesia people use bazaar for pop up events because the goods sold are not normal garden variety stuff (vases, electronics, beads etc) pasar is more the meat and veg market
Rishabh Bhan
Rishabh Bhan 4 жыл бұрын
Bahador that's what I call unity in diversity fabulous
Rishabh Bhan
Rishabh Bhan 4 жыл бұрын
Love you too bahador
behrad montazer
behrad montazer Жыл бұрын
I am persian myselr and i am impressed how similar they are!
AMX28 Жыл бұрын
Indo Iranian languages have at least 30% similarity. And Hindi and Urdu are basically the same. It’s only Arabic which is different.
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