A comparative grammar of the Gaudian languages, with special reference to the Eastern Hindi, accompanied by a language-map and a table of alphabets

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Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The term Gauḍian (Gauṛain) is adopted by the author to designate collectively all North-Indian vernacular of Sanscrit affinities, viz. Sindhí, Gujarátí, Panjábí, Hindí, Bangálí, Oriya, Maráthí. The Hindí is divided by him into Western and Eastern Hindí, the former chiefly represented by Braj dialect, the latter by the Bhojpúrí dialect, the grammar of which forms more prominently his subject. cf. Introduction and the author's Essays in aid of a comparative grammar of the Gauṛian languages (Journal of the Asiat. soc. in Bengal, vols. 41,́ 42,́ 43)́
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