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2. Basic unity of Indian literature.
3. Indian literature abroad.
4. Government and languages.
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Austri-khasi languages. 4.
Tibeto-Burman languages. 23.
Linguistic studies : a survey: 1. Bangla.
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2. Technical and qualitative terms.
3. Musical instruments.
"All rich, durable and varied cultural traditions thrive because of their presence in multiple contexts. Hindustani music is no exception.
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Introductory remarks: 1. The article.
7. Propositions and postpositions.
9. Interjections, exclamations, and phrases.
11. Particles, prefixes, and suffixes.
13. The substantive verb.
14. Interrogative sentences.
15. Negative sentences.
16. On auxiliaries.
17. On intensives.
18. Transitive verbs which have a passive voice.
II. Nicobarese dictionary: 1.
English-Nicobarese (with illustrative phrases). 2.
Nicrobarese-English (with derivatives and compound words). Appendices.
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Indian kosa-s, all written in Sanskrit, were but thesauri of synonyms and antonyms, the concept of arranging words in alphabetical order being conspicuously absent. The first Sanskrit dictionary with western system of alphabetical order was the Sanskrit-English Dictionary compiled by Professor Horace Hayman Wilson and published in 1813.
Two Indian works, viz. the sabdakalpadruma, compiled by the Pandits of Sir Raja Radhakanta Dev and the Vacasptya compiled by Pandit Taranatha Tarkavacaspati, followed suit.
But the real predecessor of Monier Monier-Williams was the Sanskrit-German Dictionary, Sanskrit-Worterbuch, compiled by Otto Bohtlingk and Rudolph Roth, published from St. Petersburg, in twenty-four years, 1852-1875.
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