Saudi Gazette report
BURAIDAH — Abdullah Al-Mutairi, a younger Saudi person, thinks that speaking the languages of other people is tantamount to constructing a cultural bridge linking unique peoples and races.
This perception was the core factor in his energy to find out three Indian languages of Hindi, Urdu and Malayalam. His experiment of learning just one of these Indian languages proved to be a pretty rough and hard problem, and he mentioned, “learning Malayalam made me exceptionally tiresome.”
Al-Mutairi figured out Urdu from his driver as a substitute of teaching him Arabic, Al-Arabiya.net quoted him as indicating. The younger Saudi was equipped to crack the language barrier concerning him and some of the expatriates in the Kingdom out of his belief that speaking the languages of some others is tantamount to constructing a cultural bridge linking different peoples and races.
Al-Mutairi, 24, reported that his avid curiosity in examining publications on cultures of nations was the launch pad for mastering a variety of languages. He started out at the age of 16 with mastering Hindi, the national language of India, by means of communications with Indian nationals residing in the Kingdom.
His up coming exertion was mastering Urdu, which is quite equivalent to Hindi verbally and grammatically. This was immediately after selecting a domestic driver at his family property. The driver was from the south Indian town of Hyderabad. Al-Mutairi learnt Urdu generally from him and in return he tried to train the driver Arabic.
“I was fired up to study the driver’s language, and subsequently I prepared a ebook for myself that consists of Arabic terms translated into Urdu, and I still have it. With the passage of time, I uncovered that most of the expatriate workers in Saudi Arabia communicate Hindi, and there is slight difference amongst Hindu and Urdu languages,” he said.
Afterwards, Al-Mutairi happened to pay a visit to the Malabar coast of the Arabian Sea the place the south Indian condition of Kerala is located. Much more than 35 million men and women of Kerala speak Malayalam. Al-Mutairi stated that this language is radically distinct from Hindi and Urdu, and he faced a hard obstacle when he tried to discover it.
The young Saudi can communicate with a great deal of migrant employees in the Kingdom in their language. He also recounted a touching expertise right after mastering the language of expatriates.
“While I was roaming about Al-Khubaib market in Buraidah in Al-Qassim region, which is well known for large presence of Indian neighborhood, I took place to hear an aged guy talking above telephone with his youthful kids who are in India, declaring that he was unable to perform since of his cancer.
“I overheard the male expressing his desire to return to India to reunite with them ahead of his dying,” he claimed.
As soon as Al-Mutairi read this discussion, he experimented with to console the gentleman and invited him to his house to have dinner with him. “Then I took his telephone number and started out communicating with him right up until this minute. Thank God, he instructed me a while back that he had recovered from his health issues,” he said while noting that this incident remaining a mark on him.
Al-Mutairi is also keen to study additional languages spoken by the individuals of India, and he also aspires to master the Persian language. On his social media accounts, the youthful male files his diaries as he exchanges conversations with members of the Indian community residing in the Kingdom.