By: Sir Graves C. Haughton
New Delhi, India, Sundeep Prakashan: 1987
Seller ID: 112719
The preparation of this trilingual dictionary was undertaken under the auspices of the East. India's company in the first halt of the nineteenth century by Sir Graves C. Haughton. Two different styles of writing prevail in all the languages of India. The first which is popular or may be termed as colloquial is like the French and other dialects derived from the Latin, limited in its extent. The other on the contrary, borrows freely, at will of the writer from the Sanskrit and this is to such a decree, that for the infections of the verbs and nouns, it might be considered as the latter nearly u... View More...