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Title : Language Atlas of South Asia
Author : Toshiki Osada and Masayuki Onishi
Edition : HardBack
ISBN : 9789350981511
Pages : 182
Year of Pub : 2017
Price : Rs 2,500.00
   
 
 
Language Atlas of South Asia draws upon Census reports of different countries – India 1931, 1961, 1991 and 2001; Pakistan 1998; Nepal 2001; Bangladesh 2001; Sri Lanka 2001; and Maldives 2006. Among the scholars who have contributed to this volume include Hirofumi Teramura, a GIS specialist working for the Indus Project. He writes about how to make a linguistic atlas supported by GIS; Masayuki Onishi, a linguist, has contributed on Indo-Aryan languages – Bengali spoken in West Bengal (India) and Bangladesh; Nozomi Kodama on Dravidian languages, especially Telugu. Yoshiharu Takahashi has contributed on Kinnauri – a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Himachal Pradesh (India), on Tibeto-Burman languages and Nepali, as well as the distribution of these languages in Nepal and northeastern India; Kazuya Inagaki has authored the section on language codesand Toshiki Osada has contributed on Munda languages.
Toshiki Osada is an emeritus professor at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan. He led the Indus Project during 2006-12 and is the main editor of Current Studies on the Indus Civilization.
Masayuki Onishi is currently affiliated to the Research Center for Knowledge Science in Cultural Heritage, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.


 

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