Indian diaspora: in search of identity
Central Institute of Indian Languages, 2003 - East Indian diaspora - 346 pages
Papers presented at the International Conference on the Maintenance of Indian Languages and Culture Abroad, held at Mysore during 5-9 January 1994.
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Language Loss Versus Language Maintenance in Overseas
Language Power and Language Pressure
Notes on the Maintenance of Languages from Two Indian Settings
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activities Andhra areas attitudes Bhojpuri bilingualism British Cantonese census Chinese colonial context Creole cult Delhi dialects Diaspora domains dominant language East Indians emigrants English ethnic factors Fiji Hindi Fiji Indians Fijian Gambhir Gillion Gujarati Guyana Hindi language Hindu Hindustani Hong Kong identity important indentured labourers Indian community Indian immigrants Indian languages Indo-Mauritian Kannada Kannadigas language and culture language in South language maintenance language shift learning Leicester linguistic literacy practices Madrasi majority Mariyamman Mauritian Mauritius migration minority languages Moag mother tongue multilingual Muslims Naga Nagaland Nagamese NRI communities paratha-roti parents patterns Pidgin plantations political population Puja Punjabi religious ritual role Sabha Sarnami Siegel Sikhs Sindhi Singapore situation social society sociolinguistic South Africa South Indian languages speak speakers speech community spoken Standard Hindi status Surinam Table Tamil language teachers teaching Telugu language temple traditional Trinidad Urdu variety Verma Yusufbhai