Dating the Oriya Language by Ajit Tripathy is an exceptional work for language enthusiasts, particularly those interested in the evolution of the Oriya language. The book sheds light on the history, development, and evolution of the language, providing in-depth analysis of the earlier forms of the language, including the variances in literature and culture.
Tripathy beautifully chronicles the regional and cultural influences that have shaped the language, from the assimilation of Dravidian and Aryan cultures to the influence of the Mughal and British rule. He also examines the contributions of various writers and scholars who have helped in the standardization and development of the language.
The book is written in English, which makes it accessible to a wide range of readers, including those who are not fluent in the Oriya language. The author, Ajit Tripathy, is a highly respected linguist, and his expertise is evident in the way he presents the information in a clear and concise manner. The publication of the book in 2005 has been a significant contribution to the understanding of the Oriya language, making it an essential addition to any linguist’s library.
|Books name||Dating the Oriya Language|
|No Of pages||6|