عنوان مقاله [English]
Persian culture and language and literature were the dominant language throughout India for at least a century and in some areas for several centuries, except in the extreme south. Not only Muslims but also Hindus achieved the richness of Iranian-Islamic civilization through Persian, and this language became the main language of their intellectual and artistic life. This language and culture put its dignity on the cultures of different regions. Iranians are the first ethnic group in the world to turn to lexicography, but on the occasion that Persian was the mother tongue, they considered themselves unnecessary from Persian dictionaries like the Arabs. On the other hand, the lack of attention in Iran to the attention and needs of Persian scholars India added that out of about 250 Persian-to-Persian or Persian-language cultures in other languages available, only about 40 (that is, a century) have been written by Iranians, and the names of Iranians who have written Persian culture in India are also in This account is considered as a result of the lack of attention of Iranians and the lack of Persian words in India forced Indian writers to compile Persian cultures. If the Gurkhanid period is the richest period for Persian language lexicography in India, but the writing of Persian cultures in India has not been free from mistakes and even conceptual and environmental understandings. In this article, Persian lexicography courses in the Indian subcontinent and its lexical errors and corruption in this land will be studied.