Hindustani sounds (Linguaphone Institute), with the booklet, "The pronunciation of Urdu"

Collection Descriptive Notes
A native male speaker, S.N. Haksar (from Delhi), “a Hindu”, whose mother tongue is Urdu, voices the samples from the text. (Despite the mention in the accompanying booklet of a second speaker, there is only one on the disc.)
Collection Technical Notes
Phonograph record is the disc issued by the Linguaphone Institute c. 1935. Note that, since there is no Ethnologue code for Hindustani, JJT has created the arbitrary code "hin-urd". WAVE file is now converted to an MP3.
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
Hindustani sounds Haskar, Sundar Narain (speaker); Linguaphone Institute (developer) Record
Introduction: the pronunciaton of Urdu Linguaphone Institute (developer); Bailey, T. Grahame (compiler); Haksar, Sundar Narain (consultant); Hasan, Mohibul (consultant) Text