Perhaps you meant to write "iqlaab".Hi all.
In Arabic, there is the iqlab rule where when ن and ب appear together, the sound becomes a م
Is this the same in Urdu? Has the rule been borrowed from Arabic / does it exist in Hindi?
(and not سَمْبھالْنا)
No, you are wrong here. سَن٘بھالْنا is the correct spelling and correct pronunciation is with a nuun-i-Ghunna and not nuun.3) Some words, for historical reasons, keep a nuun spelling in words pronounced with the mb sound, and that spelling is the correct one. For example:
sambhaalnaa سَن٘بھالْنا (and not سَمْبھالْنا)