The importance of National Language is evident as at the time of the creation of Pakistan, Muslims were introduced as a separate nation on the basis of religion, culture as well as language. Sir Syed, Allama Iqbal, Shibli Nomani, Quaid-e-Azam and a number of leaders preferred Urdu to Hindi and English. Thus proved that other than Islam Urdu is the next entity of Muslims of the subcontinent.
The Urdu language is comprised of alphabets of various languages. It comprises of Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Punjabi, Sindhi, Baluchi, Saraiki and Kashmiri. Due to its easiness and simplicity, it is used not only in Pakistan but also in most of the countries of the world. It is counted as an international language.
Urdu is not a newly born language. We have received it in inheritance from our forefathers. In ancient time, the Arians came to Asia, they spoke Sanskrit with the passage of time, in addition with weal language, they come changes in it and then it came to be known us PRAKRAT.
Various Muslims rulers ruled over India: They spoke Persian, which came into existence by the amalgamation of Arabic and Turkish. Therefore in Prakrit with the addition of Persian, a new language came into existence, which was impure of raw Urdu, and with the passage of time now it is highly refined.
Urdu has precious storage of poem and prose and it is gradually increasing. It is educational as well as the official language of Pakistan as well as a symbol of unity and honour for the people of Pakistan.
Culture and customs are the lifeblood of a nation. These culture and customs distinguish a country and nation from another. People of various nations spend their life in accordance with their religion, social and cultural requirements, as well as language, plays an important role in a nations way of living.
A country consists of provinces and provinces consist of cities, towns, and villages various languages are spoken in different areas and cities and then in provinces. Through regional languages have their own importance but they always exit need for a national language. A national language is a symbol of unity among various parts of the country as well as a communicating media among people of various regions of a country.