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YAMUNA KACHRU and TEJ K BHATIA The Emerging Dialect
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Asia attitudinal Bihar bilingual Brahmin Braj caste census Centamil century choice Christian dialects Classical Sanskrit code-mixing code-switching context of situation culture Delhi dialect characteristics dialects diglossia discussion distinct domestic domain Dravidian elite English example function Gauddes grammar Grierson Gumperz Gurumukhi Haryani Hindi area Hindi-speakers Hindu Hindu and Christian Hindu students Hindustani Indian Indo-Aryan languages influence Kachru Kannada karna Kashmiri Konkani Konkani Christians Konkani dialects Lankan Tamil lexical linguistic literary literature Madhyades'a Maharashtra Maithili Marathi Middle Indo-Aryan Mishra mixed elements mixed languages modern mother tongue multilingual Muslims mutual intelligibility native non-Brahmin Old Conquests Panjabi Persian Perso-Arabic political population Portuguese Pradesh Prakrit question Rajasthani regional religion religious Renou Rig-Vedic role Saxtti script Sikh Sikh students Sinhala social sociolinguistic South Asian languages South Kanara speakers spoken Sri Lanka standard language Tamil leadership Tiswadi tradition traditionalist Urdu Urdu orthography usage Vedic vowel