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Assertion [A]: Languages like Urdu, which were a mix of two or more languages, were never allowed to flourish on the Indian subcontinent.

Reason [R]: All foreign rulers who invaded India during the medieval period consciously prevented the mixing of cultures and languages.


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Both A and R are true, and R is the correct justification for A.
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Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A.
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C
A is true but R is false.
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D
Both A and R are false.
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The correct option is C Both A and R are false.
Most of the rulers who invaded India during the middle ages made India their home. They often combined their native heritage with the heritage of India and this led to new cultural and literary outcomes. Urdu, a language that is often described as a union of Persian and Hindi, is one of the best examples that justifies this claim.

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