Comparative Grammar of the Gaudian Languages

By: A. F. Rudolf Hoernle

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Gaudian languages are classified as the North Indian vernaculars with Sanskrit affinities. These languages occupy a vast geographical area; this language family includes Kumaoni, Nepali Bengali, Punjabi, Eastern Hindi, Gujarati etc. This book focuses on Eastern Hindi, this as a purely grammatical work that analyses the languages and affinities through grammar. There are 6 sections in the book that deal with letters and sounds; suffixes and roots; inflexion of nouns; inflexion of verbs; indeclinables; and lastly specimens of Eastern Hindi, This work is very helpful in the study of north Indian languages and dialects, and is accompanied by a language map, and a table of alphabets. This book was first published in 1880.Printed Pages: 447.

Title: Comparative Grammar of the Gaudian Languages

Author Name: A. F. Rudolf Hoernle

Categories: Languages, India,

Edition: Reprint

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Asian Educational Services: 1991

ISBN: 8120607155

ISBN 13: 9788120607156

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Size: 15 x 22 Cm

Seller ID: 102817

Keywords: Comparative Grammar of the Gaudian Languages A. F. Rudolf Hoernle