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The Languages of Meghalaya

Author : Esther Syiem

Editor: Esther Syiem

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Times Of India Part 2 [25-May-2016]

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Times Of India Part 2

Published on 25-05-2016

 

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Times Of India

Published on 25-05-2016

 

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Sandesh

Published on 25-05-2016

 

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Gujarat Samachar

Published on 25-05-2016

 

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Gujarat Mitra

Published on 25-05-2016

 

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Recognition for voice of India’s hearing impaired

Published on 28-09-2013

 

When Ganesh Devy of People's Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI), set out to map all languages spoken in the country, he was in for a few surprises. Read more...

   
 

The public Agenda report- Bolta Hua Ped(The Speaking Tree)

Published on 20-09-2013

 

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The A, B, C, D of our DNA

Published on 10-09-2013

 

The story of languages lost and found and why we should be able to emote in our mother tongue Keen on the evolution of Indian languages—which ones survive and why others fade away with time—I would occasionally visit the website of the People’s Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI), a unique project by Bhasha Research and Publication Centre, a Vadodara-based non-governmental organization. Peopleslinguisticsurvey.org can immerse you in information about scheduled and non-scheduled languages, those of nomads or Adivasis, languages spoken among the Indian diaspora and so on. These readings would urge me to follow up with other relevant material on rituals and practices, festival and culinary traditions, dress, costumes and various cultural aspects of a particular community. Read more...

   
 

People’s Linguistic Survey of India India lost 220 languages in last 50 years, survey finds

Published on 10-09-2013

 

India has lost around 20% of its languages in the past five decades, a survey by the Vadodara-based Bhasha Research and Publication Centre has revealed. Read more...