By: G.N. Devy, L. Ramamoorthy & G. Ravisankar (Ed.)
New Delhi, India, Orient BlackSwan: 2016
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 108401
The People’s Linguistic Survey of India tries to give an idea of the extant and dying languages of India. It is the outcome of a nationwide survey of languages that has been documented by linguists, writers, social activists, and members of different speech communities.This volume presents to the reader the multiethnic, multicultural and multilingual nature of the Union Territory of Puducherry and the history and the status of the languages in Puducherry. Formerly known as Pondicherry, Puducherry has been greatly influenced by French culture and language which can still be seen in the wide u... View More...