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A grammar of the Hindi language : in which are treated the High Hindi, Braj, and the Eastern Hindi of the Ramayan of Tulsi Das, also the colloquial dialects of Rajputana, Kumaon, Avadh, Riwa, Bhojpur, Magadha, etc., with copious philological notes Preview this item
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A grammar of the Hindi language : in which are treated the High Hindi, Braj, and the Eastern Hindi of the Ramayan of Tulsi Das, also the colloquial dialects of Rajputana, Kumaon, Avadh, Riwa, Bhojpur, Magadha, etc., with copious philological notes

Author: Samuel H Kellogg; Thomas Grahame Bailey
Publisher: New Delhi : Munshiram Manoharlal, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd Indian edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel H Kellogg; Thomas Grahame Bailey
ISBN: 8121505038 : 9788121505031
OCLC Number: 28490068
Notes: Originally published: London, 1893.
Description: xxxiv, 584 p., [18] folded leaves of plates ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: by S.H. Kellogg ; with notes on pronunciation by T. Grahame Bailey.

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