Author: Prabhakar MaachaveEditor(s): Prabhakar MachwePublisher: DiamondYear: 2008Language: EnglishPages: 136ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171821626
India has several languages. Knowledge of one more Indian language than one’s own mother-tongue is an additional qualification Selected sentences from 15 languages are given in this book. Meanings are given in Hindi and English. Every sentence is spelt in Davenagari and Roman script, so thqt every one may be profited. This book would be useful for one who knows Hindi or English.Patronage received by this book confirms that there is a growing demand throughout the country to have easy, handy phrase-books for better parlance and communication between different speakers of regional and other languages.Languages are a help, they can also be hindrance. They are a binding and a barrier, they are bridges as well as blind spots. It is how one takes them. Everyone cannot be linguist or a polyglot, still less a philologis, But what is within the reach of a common citizen should be done. . The approach should be rational and scientific pragmetic and functional. Knowledge of one more Indian language than one’s own mother-tongue is an additional qualification and an asset in intercommunication in our multi-lingual situation.
Linguistic Variations in IndiaScript of Each LanguageSentences in Various Languages of India AssameseBengaliOriyaTeluguTamilKannadaMalayalamMarathiGujaratiSindhiKashmiriPunjabiUrdu