بَٹہٕ مالیُٛن

وِکیٖپیٖڈیا پؠٹھٕ، اَکھ آزاد اِنسایکلوپیٖڑیا
بَٹہٕ مالیُٛن
بٹہ مالو
مُلُک ہِندوستان
رِیاسَتھجۆم تہٕ کٔشیٖر
ضِلہٕسِریٖنَگَر
زَبان
 • سَرکٲریکٲشُر, اُردٗو, ہِندی, ڈوگری, انٛگریٖزی[1][2]

بَٹہٕ مالیُٛن ( اَنٛگریٖزی: Batamaloo ) چھُ جۆم تہٕ کٔشیٖر ہُنٛد سِریٖنَگَر ضِلُک اَکھ عَلاقہٕ۔[3][4]

حَوالہٕ[اؠڈِٹ]

  1. "The Jammu and Kashmir Official Languages Act, 2020" (PDF). The Gazette of India. 27 September 2020. Retrieved 27 September 2020.
  2. "Parliament passes JK Official Languages Bill, 2020". Rising Kashmir. 23 September 2020. Archived from the original on 24 September 2020. https://web.archive.org/web/20200924141909/http://risingkashmir.com/news/parliament-passes-jk-official-languages-bill-2020.  آرکایو کۆرمُت 24 سَتَمبَر 2020 بذریعہ ویے بیک مَشیٖن
  3. Kashir Encyclopedia. 2. Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Arts Culture and Languages. 1989. pp. 110–111.
  4. "District Srinagar, Government of Jammu and Kashmir | Summer Capital of J&K | India" ( اَنگیٖزۍ زَبانِہ مَنٛز). Retrieved 2021-02-16.