Dari subtitling services
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A short history of the Dari language
Dari is the language spoken in Afghanistan and it is a variation of Persian. Afghanistan has two official languages, Dari and Pashto. It is spoken by around 7.5 million people in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran.
It is a similar language to Iranian Farsi, but there are some differences in pronunciation and grammar. The language has officially been called Dari since 1964 when it was decreed by the Afghan government. Before that it was known as Farsi. It is used in politics, business, print media, radio and television.
Dari is spoken by the Tajiks, Hazaras and Aymags. It is also spoken by Pashtuns living in Tajik and Hazara. The World Factbook, which is a resource produced by the CIA, states that 50% of the Afghan population speak Dari.
You will find Dari words in other languages such as Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and Bengali. The language is renowned for its proverbs, which have been written down in bilingual books by Edward Zellem and which are described as rich and colourful.