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Tribal Languages of Ladakh; 3 Parts / Sharma, D.D.
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  Book ID : 9168
  ISBN-10 : 81-7099-048-3 / 8170990483
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 1998 - 2004
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English & Tibetan
  English and Tibetan (Tibetan in Roman) Part 1: xviii, 185p., Abb., Bib., 23 cm. ISBN: 81-7099-616-3. Part 2: xv, 175p., Tables, Abb, App, Bib, Index, 23 cm., ISBN: 81-7099-882-4. Part 3: xxiv, 244p., 23 cm., ISBN: 81-7099-933-2. (Studies in Tibeto-Himalayan Languages Series 6)
   
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The aim of the first volume is to present a detailed descriptive account of a language which, due to geographical reasons, has remained unexplored, though occupies an important place among the speeches of Dardic groups, on account of eing the only surviving speech of the Daradas of ancient India in N.W.F.P. and has been able to preserve to a great extent, the order forms of it, which in other speeches of this group have undergone tremendous changes. As such, from the historical point of view too, it has a special significance among the speeches of Tibeto-Himalayan groups in general and among the speeches of Dardic groups in particular. Moreover, it is for the first time that a detailed synchronic analysis of this little known language has been presented through this volume. Besides, in the introductory section of it considerable light has been thrown on historical and comparative aspect of it, viz. on its position among the languages of Dardic groups, igs relationship with Tibeto-Himalayan languages of this region, its relationship with OIA, etc. The aim of the second volume is to present a comprehensive account of Ladakhi, the principal language of the western Tibetan group of Himalayan languages. In it, besides a detailed synchronic account of Ladakhi, topics of linguistic, historical and cultural interest, such as, (a) Place of Ladakhi among the languages of the western Himalaya, (b) Inter-relationship among the languages of Ladakh region, vis-à-vis Tibetan, (c) Linguistics sub-stratum of Ladakhi, (d) Regional and Dialectal variations of Ladakhi, etc. too have been discussed at some length in the Introductory chapter. As such the importance of this volume is self-evident. Moreover, the detailed descriptive account of Ladakhi presented in this volume will not be of absorbing interest only to the students and scholars of descriptive linguistics, but also to those, who are interested in the historical, comparative and anthropological linguistics or in the socio-linguistic aspect of Ladakhi and other languages of the Tibetan-family. The third volume is a comprehensive account of two other prominent dialects of Ladakhi, viz., Purki and Balti, along with notes on their linguistic sub-strata and interrelationship with Ladakhi and other speeches of this region, is being presented. It needs no emphasis that publication of this book along with the two previous ones is bound to present a complete picture of the linguistic scenario of an important linguistic region of Tibeto-Himalayan languages and is sure to afford an opportunity to linguists interested in the linguistic studies of the Himalayan regions in a wider perspective.
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