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تالش
Talysh
Talysh people near their house.jpg
ایرانی تالش گروہ اپنے گھر میں, انیسویں صدی کے آواخر میں
گنجان آبادی والے علاقے
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg آذربائیجان: 112,000 (2009 سرکاری مردم شماری)[1]
500,000[2][3]
Flag of Iran.svg ایران: 430,000[4]
Flag of Russia.svg روس: 2,548[5]
Flag of Ukraine.svg یوکرین: 133[6]
Flag of Estonia.svg استونیا: 6[7]
زبانیں
تالش, آذربائیجانی, گیلکی, فارسی, روسی
مذہب
اسلام (شیعہ اور زرتشت;[8]ذرائع مخصوص تشکیل پر طور پر متفق نہیں[9][10][11])
متعلقہ نسلی گروہ
ایران اقوام, قفقازی اقوام

تالش (Talysh) جنہیں تالشی (Talyshi) اور تالیشی (Talishi) بھی کہا جاتا ہے ایک ایرانی نسلی گروہ ہے [12][13][14][15][16][17] جو آذربائیجان اور ایران کے درمیان جنوبی قفقاز سے بحیرہ قزوین تک کے علاقے میں آباد ہیں۔ یہ تالش بولتے ہیں جو ایک شمال مغربی ایرانی زبان ہے۔

حوالہ جات[ترمیم]

  1. The State Statistical Committee of Azerbaijan Republic. 2009
  2. The State Statistical Committee of Azerbaijan Republic: «Population by ethnic groups»
  3. Disputed number of Talysh in Azerbaijan
  4. Looklex Encyclopaedia — Talysh
  5. Население по национальности по субъектам Российской Федерации - 2002 г. (XLS). Проверено 4 мая 2009.
  6. Ukrayna Respublikası Statistika Komitəsi : 5-14 dekabr 2001 - ci il siyahıya alması
  7. PC225: Population By Ethnic Nationality, Mother Tongue and Citizenship, Estonia Statistics database.
  8. Clifton/Deckinga/Lucht/Tiessen (2005), "Sociolinguistic Situation of the Talysh in Azerbaijan". SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2005. p. 5
  9. UNPO - Talysh
  10. The Unreached Peoples Prayer Profiles
  11. Dunlop, John B. "What I Saw", Hoover Digest, 30 July 1999.
  12. "Jamie Stokes,"Encyclopedia of the Peoples of Africa and the Middle East, Volume 1",Infobase Publishing, 2009. pp 682: "The Talysh are an Iranian people, most of whom now live in the Republic of Azerbaijan, on the southwestern shore of the Caspian Sea, "
  13. M. Wesley Shoemaker, "Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States 2008", Stryker-Post Publications, 2008. pp 141: "Here the Talysh, an Iranian people, live in their mountainous villages and support themselves by weaving rugs and carpets by hand in the traditional way." "iranian+people"&dq=talysh+"iranian+people"&hl=en&ei=0OmXTauQJYLTgQeey-HBCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9&ved=0CEsQ6AEwCDgK
  14. James Stothert Gregory, "Russian land, Soviet people: a geographical approach to the U.S.S.R.", Pegasus, 1968. pp 161: "Smaller Iranian groups are the Talysh and Kurds of Transcaucasia" "iranian+people"&dq=talysh+"iranian+people"&hl=en&ei=4OmXTdz8EIT3gAfz28C7CA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CC8Q6AEwATgK
  15. Michael P. Croissant, "The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict: causes and implications", Greenwood Publishing Group, 1998. pp 67: "Talysh, an Iranian people whose language belongs to the northwest Iranian language group" "iranian+people"&hl=en&ei=X-qXTYfvJo-dgQeL4OnACA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=6&ved=0CEkQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=talysh%20"iranian%20people"&f=false
  16. Charles Dowsett, "Sayatʻ-Nova: an 18th-century troubadour : a biographical and literary study", Peeters Publishers, 1997. pp 174: "Talish is the name of an Iranian people in Gilan" "iranian+people"&hl=en&ei=oOqXTf25A4rWgQfblrnWCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CDUQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=talish%20"iranian%20people"&f=false
  17. Garnik Asatrian & Habib Borjian (2005.). Talish and the Talashis (State of Research). Iran & the Caucasus, 9 (1), pp. 43–72 pp 46: "Despite the fact that the Talishis, both in Iran and in the north, have explicit Iranian identity, the situation with the Talishis in Azerbaijan Republic, living as an enclave within the predominantly Turkic environment, has inspired the southern intellectual milieu as well." pp 47: "The structures of both ethnonyms, Καδούσ- (Cadus-) and Tāliš, are similar: ... Despite the obvious speculative character of the above etymology, still the Καδούσ-/Tāliš identification must not be discarded from the agenda of the ethnic history of the region, at least as a working hypothesis."