تارکين دينا

Discussion in 'Indo-Iranian Languages' started by jacobius1986, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. jacobius1986 Junior Member

    english - london
    Dear Urdu speakers,

    I can't find a translation for this phrase anywhere, تارکين دينا, Tarkeen e Deena. It is in relation to religious reform.

    Thanks,
    Daniel
     
  2. Qureshpor Senior Member

    Punjabi, Urdu پنجابی، اردو
    Hi Daniel,

    Are you sure about the phrase? If you could post the sentence in which these words occur, that could be helpful. By the way, one should mention the language in the title.
     
  3. aisha93

    aisha93 Senior Member

    Arabic/Persian(larestani)
    It might have been تاركين دنيا
     
  4. Qureshpor Senior Member

    Punjabi, Urdu پنجابی، اردو
    The thought did cross my mind but it is not a term I am familiar with. This is why I thought a bit of context might be helpful.
     
  5. Alfaaz Senior Member

    English
    Definition and translation for the term mentioned by aisha93 SaaHibah:
    تارک الدنیا : وہ شخص جس نے دنیا کو چھوڑ دیا ہو، گوشہ نشیں، بن باسی، پرہیزگار۔
    Transliteration: taarik-ud-dunyaa: woh shakhs jis ne dunyaa ko choR diyaa ho, goshah nasheeN, ban baasi/waasi, parhezgaar
    English Translation: a person who has abandoned the world; abstinent , sober , chaste; an anchorite, recluse;
     
  6. langnerd Junior Member

    English (NE US), Hindi/Urdu, Punjabi
    For purposes of learning, here are the words, separately, from Platt's. Note that taarik, from "to abandon", is given with the phrase taarik-ud-dunyaa so it must be a common use of taarik?

    A تارك tārik (act. part of ترك 'to abandon,' &c.), part. adj. & s.m. Leaving, forsaking, abandoning, relinquishing;—a deserter:—tārikuʼd-dunyā, adj. & s.m. Abandoning the world; abstinent, sober, chaste;—an anchorite, a recluse, hermit.

    A دنيا dunyā (fem. of ادني adnā, 'nearer,' &c.; rt. دنو 'to be or become near'), s.f. (lit. 'Nearer, nearest, former'); the present world, the present life or state of existence; the people of this world, people; a whole world, a multitude;—worldly

    I find the etymology of dunyaa (literally meaning "nearest" - *this* world) very interesting!
     

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