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G. A. Grierson"s Linguistic survey of India

Siddheshwar Varma

G. A. Grierson"s Linguistic survey of India

a summary.

by Siddheshwar Varma

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Published by Vishveshvaranand Institute, Panjab University in Hoshiarpur .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • India -- Languages.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLinguistic survey of India.
      SeriesVishveshvaranand Indological series,, 58, 59, 59(a), Vishveshvaranand Institute publication 585
      ContributionsGrierson, George Abraham, Sir, 1851-1941., India. Linguistic Survey. Linguistic Survey of India.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPK1508 .V35
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5031623M
      LC Control Number73900630

      Nation and Region in Grierson's Linguistic Survey of India by Javed Majeed, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. George Abraham Grierson's Linguistic Survey of India is one of the most complete sources on South Asian languages. This book is the first detailed examination of the Survey. It shows how the Survey collaborated with Indian activists to consolidate the regional languages in India. By focusing on India as a linguistic region, it was at odds with the colonial state's conceptualisation of the.

      The Linguistic Survey of India, was carried out between and A project of the British Raj, the survey was compiled and edited by George A. Grierson, an official of the Indian Civil Service. Often referred to as Grierson’s survey or LSI, this was the first language survey of British India. The survey described languages and dialects. Abstract: In this talk Javed Majeed examines how Grierson’s Linguistic Survey of India constitutes a particular kind of archive which raises specific questions about the production of knowledge in colonial India, its epistemology of uncertainty, and its creative instabilities.

      III, Tibeto-Burman family / compiled and edited by G.A. Grierson Office of the Supt. Govt. Printing Calcutta Australian/Harvard Citation Grierson, George A. , Linguistic survey of India. Introduction: The Survey and India's Languages 1 Regional Assertiveness 2 Mapping Languages 3 'Double Names' 4 The Politics of Grammar 5 Grierson and the Indian Nation 6 Aryanism and Semitism 7 Visceral Language and Citizenship.


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