With a foreword by P.G. Patel; xxx, 89p., 64 B/W and Col. Plts., Tables, Figs., Maps, App., Bib., 29 cm.
The monograph Palaeolinguistic Profile of Brahmi Script revolves around the palaeolinguistic analysis of Mauryan and Ksatrapa Brahmi Scripts. The former is the earliest known form of the script dating back to at least 250 BC whereas the latter is a derivative of the former in western India in the first four centuries of the Christian era. The book deals with the linguistic and topographic organization of Brahmi Script. furthermore, Dependency Phonology is an important component of this work. This modern linguistic phenomenon is corroborated by the ancient Brahmi script.