The Peoples’ Linguistic Survey of India is a right based movement for carrying out a nation-wide survey of Indian languages especially languages of fragile communities such as nomadic, coastal, island, hill and forest communities.
This book is Part 1 of Volume 12 (Jammu aur Kashmir ki Bhaashyen [Hindi]) of The People's Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI) undertaken and executed by Bhasha Research and Publication Center, Baroda.
This present book contains the information on language and linguistic variety of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, India supported by linguistic maps given in the appendix.
The languages included in this book are:
Scheduled languages -
Non-scheduled languages -
15. Sheikha Gal
Other Languages -
17. Sanskrit in Kashmir
18. Persian Influence on Kashmiri
19. Hindi-Urdu and Kashmiri
20. Hindi in Jammu & Kashmir
21. Urdu in Kashmir
22. Punjabi in Jammu & Kashmir
Dr Ganesh N Devy taught English at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of 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 is an active participant in the functioning of Bhasha Academy. He was awarded the Padmashri in 2014. He is Chair, People’s Linguistic Survey of India, 37, Bhasha Research and Publication Center.
Omkar N. Koul, was a former Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore has had a distinguished career spanning over forty years. The authorof over fifty books, his main areas of academic interest were linguistics, language education, communication and comparative literature. He was also been associated among others, with several UNESCO programmes related to endangered languages and mother tongue education.
Dr Jagdish Sharma has translated this volume into Hindi from English. He is the Director, School of Translation Studies and Training, Indira Gandhi National Open University. He has translated works of several disciplines extensively.
अनुसूचित भाषाएँ [SCHEDULED LANGUAGES]
1. डोगरी (Dogri)
2. कश्मीरी (Kashmiri)
गैर-अनुसूचित भाषाएँ [NON-SCHEDULED LANGUAGES]
3. किश्तवारी (Kishtawari)
4. कोहिस्तानी (Kohistani )
5. गोजरी (Gojri)
6. पश्तु (Pashtu)
7. पुंछी (Punchi)
8. पोगुली (Poguli)
9. बल्त्ती (Balti)
10. बुरुशास्की (Burushaski)
11. ब्रोकस्कत (Brokskat)
12. भद्रवाही (Bhadrawahi)
13. लदाखी (Ladakhi)
14. शिना (Shina)
15. शेइखा गल (Sheikha Gal)
16. सिराजी (Siraji)
अन्य भाषाएँ (OTHER LANGUAGES)
17. कश्मीर में संस्कृत (Sanskrit in Kashmir)
18. कश्मीरी पर फारसी का प्रभाव (Persian Influence on Kashmiri)
19. हिंदी-उर्दू-फारसी (Hindi-Urdu and Kashmiri)
20. जम्मू-कश्मीर में हिंदी (Hindi in Jammu & Kashmir)
21. कश्मीर में उर्दू (Urdu in Kashmir)
22. जम्मू-कश्मीर में पंजाबी (Punjabi in Jammu & Kashmir)
परिशिष्ट-I मानचित्र [Maps]
परिशिष्ट -II लेखक परिचय [Authors’ introductions]
अनुक्रमणिका [Index ]