Contribution of Arabic and Persian in the creation of Urdu Language.The Islamic ideology and teachings have profound influence on the Arabic, Persian and Urdu languages with respect to the quality of subject, themes and linguistic semantic and syntax.
During various eras of Islamic civilizations and societies, the Arabic, Persian and Urdu languages were the basis not only for preservation of Islamic heritage but for the literature and art as well. It would be an embellishment to admit that the work escalated to higher echelon of Urdu literature with the usage and adoption of Arabic and Persian prose.
'Abdul 'Aziz Khalid is a well-known Pakistani poet of Urdu literature who belongs to 20th century. In the present era 'Abdul Aziz Khalid has a very high status as a Natiya poet. His name is very prominent in Urdu Naatiya literature. He is a scholar and researcher of various languages of the East and West. He used Persian, Arabic, Turkish, Hindi and Hebrew languages in his poetry along with Urdu. A reader can study the words, sentences, idioms, phrases of the languages he mostly use in his poetry especially Qur'anic Verses, Tradition of the Prophet (S.A.A.W) and Historical Refrences can be seen in his poetry very commonly. Particularly use of Arabic language gave his poetry more perpetuity that never became any other poet's in 20th century. Some of his books gained immense popularity especially Lehun-e-Sareer, Munhamna, Hamtaya and Farqaleet, from which I have also included in this article.