Evolution of Awadhi (a Branch of Hindi).

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1971 - Awadhi dialect - 562 pages
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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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Contents

Name of the language
1
Linguistic boundaries of Awadbi
2
Characteristics of Awadhi 4 Origin of Awadbi
3
Importance of Awadhi
9
Materials for the study of Awadhi
11
Dialects of Awadhi 8 Formation of Awadhi 9 Vocabulary of Awadhi
19
Orthography of Awadhi
20
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24
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Origin of AccusativeDativeGenitive
277
Absolutive in Early Awadhi
280
in Modern Awadhi
281
Origin
282
Origin
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Origin
284
Noun of Agency in Early Awadhi
285

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19
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Section
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5662
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Modern Awadbi Sibilants and Aspirate
53
VOWEL COMBINATIONS
81
CHAPTER IV
87
Part 1
89
CHAPTER VI
93
CHAPTER VII
99
Inscriptions from Kymograph Machine
104
Drawings of the palate
106
AWADHI PHONETICS CHAPTER I
107
INDIVIDUAL SOUNDS 23
122
SoundsystemEarly Awadhi 12 Mdern Awadhi
147
MutesEarly Awadhi
148
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1433 Modern AwadhiPlosives and Affricates p b c d t d đ 8 ph b th de th d kh gi c d ch
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Section
154
First Person in Modern Awadhi
161
Origin
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Origin
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CHAPTER II
212
Section Page 334 Origin of periphrastic tenses 280
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Origin
286
in Modern Awadhi
287
Causative in Early Awadhi
288
Aur in Modern Awadhi
290
Passive in Early Awadhi
292
in Modern Awadhi
295
Compound Verbs in Early Awadhi
296
Origin
300
CHAPTER VII
301
Origin
302
Adverbs of Place in Early Awadhi
303
in Modern Awadhi
304
Origin
305
Adverbs of Manner in Early Awadbi
306
in Modern Awadhi
308
CHAPTER VIII
310
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SPECIMENS OF EARLY AWADHI UNPUBLISHED TEXTS
337
APPENDIX II
429
koziz
434
6 chando
438
9 guruz kifez ko phal
456
m bambaniz kai bajarn
472
Part 1 of Sanskrit Prakrit Persian and Early
479
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495
Part 2 of Modern Awadhi and Hindustani
527
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