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Sources and Vocabulary of Gharwali language?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 06 Mar '13 06:33 am
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The basic vocabulary and language of primitive Garhwali is said to have been developed on the language used by the inhabitants of pre-historic age belonging to Negrito Australoid, Dravidian and Mongoloid ethnic groups. These are primarily the Munda,Bhil, Naag, Yaksha, etc. The other non-Aryan tribes from Northwest, such as Kunind, Kirat, Shak, Hun, Gurjar, Pisach, Darad also contributed to its vocabulary and influenced the language. The languages of the powerful Khasas, who still form a majority in Garhwal, is believed to be the source of Garhwali language.] The later Aryans with their Vedic Sanskrit and Prakrit languages helped in adding to the vocabulary. Subsequently, Saurseni and Rajasthani Apbhransha had considerable influence in shaping the Garhwali Language. During the Medieval period, due to increasing interaction with outside regions, Punjabi, Rajasthani, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali words also crept into the repertoire of spoken Garhwali. Contact with the Delhi rulers resulted ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 06 Mar '13 06:35 am

 
  
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The basic vocabulary and language of primitive Garhwali is said to have been developed on the language used by the inhabitants of pre-historic age belonging to Negrito Australoid, Dravidian and Mongoloid ethnic groups.
Answered by Quest, 06 Mar '13 11:29 am

 
  
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Garhwali language is an Indo Aryan Language which belongs to Northern Zone. It is also considered as a Central Pahari language which is initially and chiefly spoken by the people of Garhwal who reside in north western Garhwal area of the Indian state of Uttarkhand. This language is also be in the right place of Indo European Language family which further consists some sub groups such as Indo Aryan, Indo Iranian, Northern, Pahari, Garhwali and Central Pahari. Moreover this language has many regional dialects which all are conversed in different regions of state of Uttarkhand...The basic language and vocabulary of this language Garhwali are developed from inhabitants living in ancient period of pre historic age and also which they belong to Australoid Negrito, Mongoloid and Dravidian ethnic groups. Also many non tribes from Shak, Gurjar, Hun, Darad and Kirat also contribute a lot in vocabulary and language of Garhwali. Khasas was on the other hand is believed as a source of Garhwali lang ...more
Answered by aflatoon, 06 Mar '13 09:47 am

 
  
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The basic language and vocabulary of this language Garhwali are developed from inhabitants living in ancient period of pre historic age and also which they belong to Australoid Negrito, Mongoloid and Dravidian ethnic groups. Also many non tribes from Shak, Gurjar, Hun, Darad and Kirat also contribute a lot in vocabulary and language of Garhwali. Khasas was on the other hand is believed as a source of Garhwali language. Also from 18th century, Hindi language put an impact on grammar, vocabulary and syntax of Garhwali language.
Answered by Suryakant A, 06 Mar '13 08:16 am

 
  
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