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|Institution:||Deccan College Post-Graduate & Research Institute|
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|Specialty:||Austroasiatic Linguistics, Dialectology, Areal Studies|
|Selected Publications:||(A). BOOKS
1985: Khasi- A Descriptive Analysis, Deccan College, Poona.
1989: Austroasiatic Linguistics- A Linguistic Bibliography, Deccan College, Poona.
1990: Khasi Phonetic Reader, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore.
1994(a): Konyak-Hindi-English Dictionary, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore.
1994(b): Konyak Folklore collection, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore.
1999: Korku Language, Texts and Vocabulary, published by ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan.
(in press): Konyak Grammar, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore.
1990 (a). Reduplication in Korku. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute, Vol. 49: 279-84.
1990 (b). Sounds of Khasi Dialects. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute, Vol. 50: 291-96.
1990 (c). Word in Khasi, pres. at the Seminar on Morphology and Syntax of Austroasiatic Languages, CIIL, Mysore.
1992. Language attitude of Sanketi Tamil speakers: a case study. PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies, Vol. II. No. 1.: 133-138. Pondicherry.
1993 (a). Korku and Indo-Aryan: a case of convergence. PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies, Vol. III: 2, pp. 169-75, Pondicherry.
1993 (b). Interrogation and Indefiniteness in Korku. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute, Vol. 51-52: 347-52 (Prof. S. M. Katre felicitation Vol.)
1993 (c). Kinship terms in Sanketi Tamil. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics, Vol. XXII, 110-120.
1993 (d). bahuruupi bhaaSe.In: Kasturi, a monthly Digest, March. (in Kannada)
1993 (e). vinaaSadancinalliruva ii bhaaSegaLu. In: Kasturi, a monthly Digest, June. (in Kannada)
1993 (f). sambandharahita bhaaSegaLu. In: Kasturi, a monthly Digest, September. (in Kannada).
1994 (a). Khasi Dialects- A typological consideration. Mon-Khmer Studies, Vol. XXIII: 1-10. Summer Institute of Linguistics & Mahidol University, Thailand.
1994 (b). Sanketi SambhandavaacakagaLu- ondu samiikshe (in Kannada). In Souvenir Sanketi Saurabha, on the occasion of Silver Jubilee of Kawshika Sanketi Sangha, Mysore.
1995 (a). Agreement in Khasi and Munda languages. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute, Vol. 53: 271-76. (1993)
1995 (b). Verb in Sanketi, a comparative note. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 24.2: 134-40.
1995 (c). Expressives in Khasi, in the proceedings of a Seminar on Lexical Typology, held at Telugu University, Hyderabad. (1994) (to be published in the proceedings).
1995 (d). Terms of address in Sanketi, presented at the Seminar on Terms of address and reference in Telugu and other Indian Languages, (held at Telugu University, Hyderabad (March, 95). (to be published in the proceedings)
1996 (b). Consonant Cluster Combinations in Khasi. Indian Linguistics, Vol. 57: 105-124.
1996 (c). Th Status of Lyngngam. Mon-Khmer Studies, Vol. 26: 37-50.
1996 (d). bahubhaashikate (in Kannada). Kannada Vishaya Vishwakosha. Kannada University, Hampi, Karnataka.
1997 (a). Word Order in Khasi. Languages of Tribal and Indigenous Peoples of India- The Ethnic Space, (ed.) by Anvita Abbi, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt ltd. (Pps. 347-59).
1997 (b). Kinship Terms in Konyak Naga. Mon-khmer Studies, Vol. 27: 249-55.
1997 (c). Maram-Khasi: a comparative note. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute, Vol. 57: 257-266.
1999 (a). Aspiration in Sanketi. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute, Vol. 58-59.
1999(b). Negation in Khasi, presented at 22nd All India Conference of Linguists, held at Kanpur, 20-22, Dec. 1999.
(upto September 2000)
|Courses Taught:||1. Phonetics,2. Generative Phonology,3. Basic Syntax,4. Intermediate Syntax, 5. Languages of South Asia,6. Historical Linguistics,7. Language in Human Perspective, 8. Translation Studies|
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