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Publication Date: 2014
A complete first-year course of twenty-five weeks designed for university students which teaches Sanskrit as a living tradition. This text believes the reception of language (especially the ability to read), should be balanced with its production (writing, speaking, chanting and singing).
The South Asian Islamic Languages Collections held in the British Library cover materials in all South Asian languages that are written in Perso-Arabic script. The collections provide a unique resource for those involved in South Asian research, particularly in the fields of history, politics, language, literature, Islam, law, education, anthropology, genealogy, geography, music, art and architecture.
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Publication Date: 2017
A collection on the subject of Urdu poetics, Dastan, translation studies in Urdu, and Indo-Persian. The essays employ interdisciplinary perspectives for exploring the dynamic literary landscape of the South Asian subcontinent since the sixteenth century.