The Central Institute of Indian Languages was established
on 17% July 1969 with an aim to help, evolve and implement the
language policy of the Government of India and to coordinate the
development of Indian languages through research, training,
material production for their use in education, administration and
other public domains.
The Institute was charged with the responsibility of serving
as a nucleus to bring together all the research and literary output
from various linguistic streams to a common head and narrowing
the gap between basic research and developmental research in the
fields of languages and linguistics in India.
The work of the Institute consists of research, training and
production of teaching materials. The results of these activities can
be seen in its more than 400 publications. The Institute has helped
many tribal language groups to be codified, described and used in
education. The Institute has published in social, psychological and
folkloristic aspects of language and culture.
The present volume is a collection of research papers
produced by an eminent scholar of our times during his academic
career. This anthology of Indo-Aryan Studies in India is the first of
its kind for the Central Institute of Indian Languages. Hope it will
be well-received by the scholarly circles.
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