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The Brahui language

Mikhail Sergeevich Andronov

The Brahui language

by Mikhail Sergeevich Andronov

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Published by Nauka Pub. House in Moscow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brahui language -- Grammar.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM.S. Andronov ; [translated from the Russian by V. Korotky]
    SeriesLanguages of Asia and Africa
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL4622 .A613 1980
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3797964M
    LC Control Number81101693

      The book contains articles on particular dravidian languages, descriptions of which are often very difficult to get. And it could become a valuable source of information. But many articles that I read thoroughly in the book (Kolami, Gadaba, Malto, Brahui) are written roughly and contain a number of misprints and s: 2. Brahui jezik [hr] Brahui language [en] Brahuin kieli [fi].

    In consensus with the various Brahui literary forums and research organizations, the department of Brahui made a historic move by establishing a Brahui Language Board(BLB) in Novem to address the various issues such as finalizing the Brahui script etc.   Brahui is an isolated northernmost branch of the Dravidian language family found in the Baluchistan province of Pakistan, surrounded by Indo-Iranian languages. Despite this linguistic isolation, the Brahui speakers are genetically no different fro.

    Brahui – (or Bráhuí) is a Dravidian language spoken by the Brahui people in the central Balochistan region of Pakistan and Afghanistan, and by expatriate communities in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and is isolated from the nearest Dravidian-speaking neighbour population of South India by a distance of more than 1, kilometres ( mi). Language Primary Religion Progress Scale % Christian Adherents % Evangelical Bible Status Online Bible Jesus Film Global Recordings Est. Workers Needed * Afghanistan: , Brahui: Islam 1 % % 4 New Testament 6 Iran: 24, Brahui: Islam 0 ☀ % % 4 New Testament 1 Pakistan: 2,, Brahui: Islam 0 ☀ % % 4.


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The Brahui language by Mikhail Sergeevich Andronov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Brahui (/ b r ə ˈ h uː i /; Brahui: براهوئی ‎) is a Dravidian language spoken primarily by the Brahui people in the central part of Balochistan Province, in Pakistan and in scattered parts of Iran, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan and by expatriate Brahui communities in Iraq, Qatar and United Arab Emirates.

It is isolated from the nearest Dravidian-speaking neighbour population of Language family: Dravidian, NorthernBrahui.

Brahui, a Dravidian Language [Mikhail S. Andronov] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Brahui language, spoken by some 1, 5 million people in Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan, is the earliest offshoot of the Dravidian stock.

Isolated from the kindred languages for. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Title 'The Brahui Language (An Old Dravidian Language Spoken in Parts of Baluchistan and Sind), 1St Vol. written/authored/edited by Denys De S. Bray', published in the year The ISBN is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title.

This book has total of pp. (Pages). booksbylanguage_brahui Mediatype collection Publicdate Scanner Internet Archive Python library Search_collection mediatype:texts AND language:(brahui OR bra) Title Brahui: Books by Language.

Welcome to Home of Brahui Page براھوی پیچ ٹی ببو خیرٹ --> The main Objective of this Brahui Website is to Promote the Brahui Language, Literature, Brahui Books, creative works among the Brahui Speaking people of the world, provide knowledge of Brahui language to literary personalities of their languages, help those students who have to appear in graduation.

Brahui is spoken in the central part of Pakistani Balochistan, mainly in Kalat, Mastung, and Khuzdar districts but also in smaller numbers in neighboring districts, as well as in Afghanistan which borders Pakistani Balochistan; however, many members of the ethnic group no longer speak Brahui.

brahvi Urdu bol chal Brahui Grammer Brahui Urdu Dictionary • Easy Navigation with Chapters •. The best summary of the history of Brahui language studies is by Emeneau (a, pp. The first notice of the language by a European was by H.

Pottinger () and the first description by R. Leech (). (PDF) BRAHUI LANGUAGE Past, Present and Future | Sikander Brohi - One of the key languages of Indus civilization as well as the mother language of Brahui Khans of Kalat state, unfortunately, Brahui language has always remained in the disadvantageous position.

Brahui Khans had adopted Persian as their court. Some of the words are the following [1]. But more than some cognates are listed in [1]. Result of the search for Brahui words are listed in the link: A Dravidian etymological dictionary Head Word Number:Tamil (meaning) Brahui (meaning).

Texts with language specifed as Brahui. Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search archived web sites Advanced Search. The Baloch and Brahui both languages distinguish two numbers singular and plural by the endings in Balochi /aan/ like: Balochi gis (house) gisaan (houses) chuk (child) chukaan (children) kitab (book) kitabaan (books) In Brahui the main number ending is /aak/ like: uraa (house) uraak (houses) chunaa (child) chunaak (children) kitaab (book.

Brahui is a Dravidian language spoken by close to 2 million mostly in the Pakistani province of Balochistan. Besides Pakistani, small groups of Brahui speakers are also found in Irani Balochistan.

This is a Brahui item contains translation of meaning of the Quran into Brahui. There are quite a few English-language publications on Brahui.

For example, the University of Chicago catalog lists 17 English-language books on Brahui. Basic, fairly easily-accessible English-language books and articles include: Andronov, Mikhail S. The Brahui language [translated from the Russian by V. Korotky].

Moscow: Nauka Pub. Q: How many books were compiled and published by the Ulemas of Muktaba Durkhani. ANS: About books. Q; Who has written book “The Life History of Brahui” in English Language. ANS: Dennis Bray. Q; Who has written book “The Brahui Language” in English Language.

ANS: Dennis Bray. Q: Who has Written Brahvi book “Shosheng”. ANS: Afzal. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bray, Denys, Brahui language.

Quetta: Brahui Academy, (OCoLC) Document Type. The Brahui (Urdu: بروہی ‎) or Bravi (Urdu: براوِ ‎) language, spoken by the Brahui, it is the only Dravidian language mainly spoken in Pakistan, although it is also spoken in Afghanistan and edition of Ethnologue reports some million speakers, 90% of whom live in Pakistan.

In Pakistan it is mainly spoken in the Kalat region of ge family: Dravidian, NorthernBrahui. Brahui, tribal confederacy of Balochistān, in western Pakistan. Its members are mostly nomadic goat herdsmen, distributed from the Bolān Pass through the Brāhui Hills to Cape Muarī on the Arabian Sea.

The Brahui language is a far northwestern member of the Dravidian family of languages, all of. The first detailed study of the Brahui language spoken in south-western Pakistan, mainly in the Kalat region of Baluchistan: "an island of Dravidian utterly severed from its kind by many hundred miles of surrounding Indian and Iranian languages".

“Brahui, major language of western Pakistan, is an astonishing survival – utterly different from the Iranian languages that surround it. Most Brahui speakers are bilingual in Baluchi. There is no doubt that that Brahui belongs to the family of Dravidian languages of South India, though it is separated from the nearest of them by many.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bray, Denys, Brahui language. Calcutta, Superintendent Government Printing, (OCoLC)  Q: How many books were compiled and published by the Ulemas of Muktaba Durkhani?

ANS: About books. Q; Who has written book “The Life History of Brahui” in English Language? ANS: Dennis Bray. Q; Who has written book “The Brahui Language” in English Language?

ANS: Dennis Bray. Q: Who has Written Brahvi book “Shosheng”? ANS: Afzal.The Brahui language is rich in oral literature, the various genres including stories and tales, proverbs and riddles and songs. Brahui folk stories are mostly created by nomads, shepherds and farmers for the entertainment of their children and immediate family members.