The first volume of the People’s Linguistic Survey of India brings to the reader the journey undertaken in 2010, by a group of visionaries led by G. N. Devy to document the languages of India as they existed then. The aim of the People’s Linguistic Survey of India was to document these languages, spoken in India’s remotest corners. India’s towns and cities too have found a voice in this survey. What this journey did was to bring a groundswell of support from people from all walks of life, leading to The Being of Bhasha.
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|Author||Ganesh N. Devy|
|Number Of Pages||152|
|Publisher||Orient Blackswan Private Limited - New Delhi|
|Studio||Orient Blackswan Private Limited - New Delhi|