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Apabhraṃśa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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"Apabhraṃśa" (Sanskrit: अपभ्रंश, IPA: [əpəbʱrə̃ˈɕə], Prakrit: Avahansa) is a term used by vyākaraṇin (grammarians) since Patañjali to ...

Apabhramsa | Definition of Apabhramsa by Merriam-Webster

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Apabhramsa, Origin of Indian Languages - Indianetzone

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Apabhramsa, Origin of Indian Languages: Apabhramsa, according to historians, denotes the true vernaculars and the latter have constructed a scheme for the derivation ...

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HISTORICAL GRAMMAR OF APABHRAMSA (An Old Book)

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About the Book: Apabhramsa (Ap.) is the name of the tertiary stage of the Middle Indo-Aryan, current during the period between A.D. 500-1200. As Apabhramsa forms the ...

Apabhramsa language : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Middle Indo-Aryan (Middle Indic) languages are the early medieval dialects of the Indo-Aryan languages, the descendants of ...

Talk:Apabhraṃśa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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"Apabhramsa words" Edit. After the introductory paragraph, which is well written, everything under the contents section is almost completely unrelated and misinformed.

Middle Indo-Aryan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Middle Indo-Aryan languages (Middle Indic languages, sometimes conflated with the Prakrits) is a historical group of languages of the Indo-Aryan family.

ON JAINA APABHRAMSA PRASASTIS - jstor.org

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ON JAINA APABHRAMSA PRASASTIS 277 zeal, resulting in a biased représentation of Jainism in early Western scholarship in which the Digambara tradition and that of the ...

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Oriya, Bengali and Assamese all come from the same Eastern Magadhi Apabhramsa and are considered to be sister languages. Punjabi, spoken in Punjab, a region covering ...