¬® Development of the Banglagen VBP Project
¬® GUI and Data Bases: Design and Development
¬® The Generator: Algorithm and Data Accessing
Emerging trend of Technology refurbishing humankind has set a trend in human languages (academic or civilian life) too. This book is created out of the PhD Thesis of Aparupa Dasgupta on Word Formation Derivation through computing on the then Diaspora, but relevant till date in Indian language computing. Derivative Generator software could be migrated to latest versions. Furthermore a few new criteria on morph-computing (on the Derivative Generator) was envisaged in latest publication1 of author.
Contents:Introduction,Section 1 Herodotos,Section 2 Straabo-India,Section 3 Strabo-Ariana,Section 4 Strabo-Incidental notices of India,Section V Pliny,Section VI Aelian,Section VII The itinerary of alexander the great,Section VIII Kosmas indikopleustes-Christian topography,Section IX Extracts treating of the brahmans,Section X Incidental notices of the brahmans, Section XI Dionysios-Orbis descriptio,Section XII Philostratos of lemnos,Section XIII The dionysiaka or bassarika of nonnos,Section XIV Diodorus siculus,Section XV Incidental notices of India in the classics, Index.
¬® Dewey Decimal Classification: Introduction and Salient Features
¬® Approaches of Number Building
¬® Practical Number Building Through Tables
¬® Number Building Through Schedules
¬® Self Check Exercises
¬® Some Stray Thought on Great Literature (Mainly Poetry) ¬® Letters to Friends: Tagore, Priyanath Sen and Jadunath Sarkar
¬® Writing the Gendered Realities of a Nation: Hosseini‚Äôs The Kite Runner ¬® Representation of Afghan Women in A Thousand Splendid Suns: A Feminist Reading ¬® Salam Azad and Partition Fiction ¬® Partition ‚ÄúAfter‚ÄĚ: Situating Abdul Ghani Sheikh ¬® The Mutation of Draupdi in Bachint Kaur‚Äôs Draupdi andMahasweta Devi‚Äôs Draupdi ¬® Defining Heterodoxy: Songs of Lalan Sai ¬® Negotiating Private and Public Space: Women in Temsula Ao‚Äôs Laburnum for My Head ¬® Severed States, Marked Bodies: Reading Women, Reading History In Partition Fiction ¬® Writing Orality,Telling Histories:A Study of the Oral Narratives of the Bongcher Community of Tripura in English Translation ¬® Narrating the Self:A Study of Two Dalit Autobiographies ¬® Interview with Bama Faustina; A Dalit Activist Writer ¬® The Response of Sarojini Naidu to Western Literature: A Study of her Early Letters ¬® The Theme of Subalternity and Sexual Politics: Indira Goswami‚Äôs Nilakanthi Braja ¬® Living in the Hills: A Geographical Reading of Temsula Ao‚Äôs Hill Poems ¬® Themes and Recurring Images in Some of Rajendra Bhandari‚Äôs Poems ¬® Anglo-Nepali Creative Writers/Translators of Different Genres ¬® A Short History of English Writing in Nepali ¬® The Voice of Protest: Tehmina Durrani‚Äôs Blasphemy and My Feudal Lord ¬® Writing from the Margin: Reading Mukhtar Mai‚Äôs in The Name of Honour ¬® Crisis of Identity after 9/11: A Study of Mohsin Hamid‚Äôs The Reluctant Fundamentalist ¬® ‚ÄúOut of Our Prisons We Emerge‚ÄĚ Self in the Works of Jean Arasanayagam
Preface,Introduction,Kabir,Nanaka,Jayasi,Suradasa,Mira,Tulasidasa,Nandadasa,Rasakhan,Kesavadasa,Bihari,Deva,Ghanananda,Padmakara,Grammar,Notes and explanations,Appendix: selected translations,Glossary,Bibliography.
Contents: Preface,Map, Classification of languages,On the distribution of Indian languages,Stages of development of languages, On the family characteristics of languages, On dialects, Hints on observing an recording a new language, Appendix,