Linguistic heritage of India and Asia
Central Institute of Indian Languages, 2000 - Asia - 343 pages
Papers presented at the International Conference on the Linguistic Heritage of India and Asia at Mysore on March 6-10, 2000, organized by the institute in collaboration with Unesco.
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Aryan Assam Assamese Bahasa Bengali bilingual census consonants culture Dayak Delhi dialects Dialek distinction diversity dominant language Dravidian languages endangered languages English example grammar groups Hindi Hindu India Indian context Indian languages Indo-Aryan Indonesian Institute Kannada Karnataka Kerala Khmer Khmer language Konkani language loss language shift languages spoken linguistic linguistic heritage linguistic minorities literacy literature maintenance major Malayalam Marathi medium of instruction Melayu Minang minor languages monolingual mother tongue multilingual education Mysore Naga Nagaland nasal national language Nepal nouns number of speakers official language Oraons phonemes phonological plosives population Pradesh Pratisakhya promotion pronunciation regional languages religion Sanskrit scheduled languages schools script sentences Siksa Sindhi situation social sounds speaking speech Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Tamil status strategy of multilingual Tamil Telugu Tibeto-Burman Tibeto-Burman languages Tolkappiyam tradition tribal languages tribes UNESCO University Urdu vaZu vaZuvamaiti Vedic verb vowels words