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Standard Manual of the Kashmiri Language

 
George A. Grierson (Author)
Synopsis

The Present work consist of three parts - a Grammer, a series of sentences in English and Kashmiri English Vocabulary. The author has endeavoured to make the grammer as simple as possible. The Chief particularities of Kashmiri-pecularities which have been altogether ignored by previous writers are the existence of so-called matra vowels. A correct knowledge of these is essential to the comprehension of the most ordinary grammatical forms.

 

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About the author

George A. Grierson

Sir George Abraham Grierson (January 7, 1851 -March 9, 1941) Irish linguistic language scholar and civil servant who conducted the Linguistic Survey of India (1898-1928), obtaining information on 364 languages and dialects. While a student of mathematics at Trinity College, Dublin, Grierson took prizes in Sanskrit and Hindi. Grierson went to Bengal in October 1873, wherein addition to carrying out his duties in a succession of government posts until 1898 – he devoted much time to language research. The first of his enormous out put of papers, reviews, and books appeared in 1877. One of his most important works is Seven Grammars of the Dialects and Subdialects of the Bihari Language (1883-87) reprinted by Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi. His research also extended to Hindi, the northwestern Dardic languages, and Kashmiri.

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Bibliographic information

Title Standard Manual of the Kashmiri Language
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.08.2007
Edition Reprint.
Publisher Gulshan Books
Language: English
isbn 8186714979, 9788186714973
length 212p., Tables; Appendices; 23cm.