Evolution of Awadhi (a branch of Hindi).
Awadhi is an Eastern Hindi dialect comprising masterpieces, as the Ramayana of Tulsi Das, the Padmawat of Muhammad Jaisi. A dialect wherein such renowned works are written is well worth studying in all its details. The present work on the evolution of Awadhi (Eastern Hindi dialect) is divided into two parts bound in a single volume. Part I, relates to the precise description of phonetic notation of Awadhi and is followed by graphic illustrations; and Part II, deals with the accurate and complete description of the ancient and modern stages of Awadhi. It discribes the eight parts of speech, the syntactical order of the sentence in Awadhi and is followed by two appendices comprising the specimens of Early and Modern Awadhi Texts.
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adjective adverbs appears Ardhamagadhi aspirated form Audha Bilasa auxiliary Auxiliary Verb Avadha bahuta become bhai bidhi binu Chatterji consonant denote derived from OIA dexkhAti dezkhez dialects Early Awadhi Eastern dialects enclitic feminine fern foreign loan-words gender genitive Gura hama Hari hatha Hindustani Imperative Imperfect Participle Indicative Inscs instance intransitive jaba jaga Jayasi jehi jinha kaha kahi kahu kara karai kari king lagi Lakhimpuri language lord maha masc masculine Medial and final Modern Awadhi mohi Muhammad nahi nasal nasalisation nouns oblique occur initially participle passive plosive plural postpositions Prakrits pronoun raja Rama represents root saba Sanskrit sentence singular sometimes sound syllable taba tehi tense termination texts thou tinha tohi Tulsi Tulsl Tulsldas tumha Unao unha verb Western Hindi whispered vowel word yaha