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Odishara Bhasha Samooh (Volume 22, Part 3) (Odiya) - Bharatiya Bhasha Lok Sarvekshan
 
Ganesh Devy (Chief Editor),D. P. Pattanayak, Mahendra Kumar Mishra
Price : ₹ 3350.00
ISBN : 978-81-250-6291-2
Language : Odia
Pages : 744
Binding : Hardback
Book Size : 180 x 240 mm
Year : 2016
Series : Peoples Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI)
Territorial Rights : World
Imprint : No Image
 
 
About the Book

The Peoples’ Linguistic Survey of India is a right based movement for carrying out a nation-wide survey of Indian languages especially the languages of fragile communities such as nomadic, coastal, island, hill and forest communities.

There are 88 volumes in the series of People’s Linguistic Survey of India being published by us. This book is Part 3 of Volume 22, Odishara Bhasha Samooha  [the Languages of Odisha] [Odiya] of The People's Linguistic Survey of India Series (PLSI) undertaken and executed by Bhasha Research and Publication Center, Baroda.  

The book contains the information on language and linguistic variety of the Odisha State of India. The languages included in this book are:
Scheduled Languages : 1. Odiya  2. Santhali
Non-Scheduled Languages : 1. Agariya; 2. Oraon; 3. Olar Pata  4. Kamar  5. Kishan  6. Kui  7. Kuvi  8. Kurmali 9.Koda  10. Koshali  11. Koya 12. Gadaba  13. Gondi  14. Juan 15. Jhadiya Parja  16. Don  17. Didayee  18. Delki Khadiya  19. Durva  20. Paudi Bhuyan  21. Bada Prja 22. Banjara  23. Bonda  24. Birhal  25. Binjhal  26. Bhatara  27. Bhunjia  28. Manda 29. Munda  30. Mundari  31. Saura  32. Sadari  33. Halvi  34. Ho  35 Lodha

This volume looks at history, linguistic details, grammar, literature and word list of the languages included, covering a wide linguistic range across books, religious texts and periodicals. It brings together the finest scholars as well as teachers, nomadic peoples and laymen to do the research in the area of languages of Odisha.

Unique features:
1. Competition: There is as yet no comprehensive work done on languages apart from the Grierson’s survey which was done way back some 100 years ago during the British regime in India.
2. India-focused unique feature: The volume on Odisha’s scheduled and non-scheduled languages designed to understand the impact of languages  in community, caste, religion and multiplicity of culture. This sets the book apart from the earlier survey done by foreign authors.
  3. Style: Written in simple language, accessible to all readers and research scholars.

Table of Contents

Contents [Vishyanukram]

  • Bharatiya Bhasha Lok Sarvekshan [People’s Linguistic Survey of India]
  • Rashtriya Sampadak Mandal [National Editorial Collective]
  • Bharatiya Bhasha Lok Sarvekshan Granthmala [A complete list of titles in PLSI series]
  • Aabhaar [Acknowledgement]
  • Samarpan [Dedication]
  • Bhumika by Dr D P Pattanayak [Preface by Dr D P Pattanayak]
  • Mukhya Sampaadkiya by Chief editor Dr G N Devy [Series Editorial by Dr G N Devy]
  • Sampaadkiya by Dr D P Pattanayak and Dr. Mahendra kumar mishra [Volume Editorial by Dr D.P. Pattanayak and Dr Mahendra Kumar Mishra]
  • Pathakon se  Vinti [An open appeal to the readers]
  • Lipi [Scripts]
  • Pie Chart
  • Sahyogi Lekhkon ki Suchi [ List of contributors]
  • Akaraadi kram mein bhashaon ke Naam [Odiya alphabetical order of  languages discussed in this volume]

 

BHAG: 1 ANUSUCHIT BHASHA SAMOOH [SCHEDULED LANGUAGES]
1.  Odiya
2. Santhali

BHAG: 2  GAIR-ANUSUCHIT  BHASHA SAMOOH [NON-SCHEDULED LANGUAGES]
1. Agariya; 2. Oraon; 3. Olar Pata  4. Kamar  5. Kishan  6. Kui  7. Kuvi  8. Kurmali 9.Koda  10. Koshali  11. Koya 12. Gadaba  13. Gondi  14. Juan 15. Jhadiya Parja 
16. Don  17. Didayee  18. Delki Khadiya  19. Durva  20. Paudi Bhuyan  21. Bada Prja
22. Banjara  23. Bonda  24. Birhal  25. Binjhal  26. Bhatara  27. Bhunjia  28. Manda
29. Munda  30. Mundari  31. Saura  32. Sadari  33. Halvi  34. Ho  35 Lodha

Parishisht-I    Lekhak Parichay [contributors’ introduction]
Parishisht-II    Manchitra [Maps]
Parishisht-III   Shabd-anukramanika [Index]

Contributors (Author(s), Editor(s), Translator(s), Illustrator(s) etc.)

Professor  Ganesh  Devy taught English at the Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda; a renowned literary critic and activist; founder and director of the Tribal Academy at Tejgadh, Gujarat; and director of the Sahitya Akademi’s Project on Literature in Tribal Languages and Oral Folk Traditions. He received Sahitya  Akademi award for his book After Amnesia in 1994. He is an active participant in the functioning of Bhasha Academy. He was awarded the Padmashri in 2014. He is the moving spirit behind PLSI series. 

Dr. Mahendra Kumar Mishra,
is State Head, Elementary Education at ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth, Chhattisgarh, Raipur

Dr. D.P.Pattanayak , who retired as the Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore and Additional Secretary, Ministry of HRD, Government of India. A recipient of many awards, both national and international, he was honoured with the Padmashri in 1987. His interests are multilingualism and mother tongue education, minor, minority and endangered languages, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics etc. Professor Pattanayak was among the very few scholars of his time to challenge western concepts of language education.

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