A comparative study of Santali and Bengali

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K.P. Bagchi & Co., Oct 1, 1994 - Foreign Language Study - 351 pages
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A Comparative Study Of Santali And Bengali This Book Attempts To Cover All Aspects Of Phonetics And Phonology, Morphology, Syntax And World Order, Semantics Idioms Etc. Though The Two Languages Have Held On To Their Separate Identities The Author Investigates The Assimilation Of The Non-Aryan Element, Santali, By Bengali On The One Hand And On The Other The Overwhelming Influence Of Bengali On Santali.

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INTRODUCTION 1 A Traditional Account of the Santals and their Wanderings
The Santali Language and its Chief Characteristics
An Historical Estimate about the Santals and their Wanderings from the Linguistic Standpoint

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