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Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit

text, grammatical analysis and commentary
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National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Summer Institute of Linguistics , Islamabad, United Kingdom
Shina language -- Pakistan -- North West Frontier Province -- Readers., Shina language -- Texts., Tales -- Pakistan -- North West Frontier Province., Folklore -- Pakistan -- North West Frontier Prov

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Pakistan, North West Frontier Province, North West Frontier Prov

StatementCarla F. Radloff with Shakil Ahmad Shakil.
GenreReaders.
SeriesStudies in languages of Northern Pakistan ;, vol. 2
ContributionsShakil, Shakil Ahmad., National Institute of Pakistan Studies., Summer Institute of Linguistics (United Kingdom).
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LC ClassificationsPK7010 .R33 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 199 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL518508M
ISBN 109698023046
LC Control Number98931133
OCLC/WorldCa42921235

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Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit: Text, Grammatical Analysis and Commentary Carla F. Radloff, Shakil Ahmad Shakil National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, - Folklore.

Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University ; United Kingdom: Summer Institute of Linguistics, (OCoLC) Online version: Radloff, Carla F.

Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit. Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit (text, grammatical analysis and commentary) Statement of Responsibility: Radloff, Carla F. and Shakil Ahmad Shakil. Authors: Radloff, Carla F. Shakil Ahmad Shakil. Series: Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan.

Issue Date. Title / Author Type Language Date / Edition Publication; 1. Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit: (text, grammatical analysis and commentary) 1. Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit book FOLKTALES IN THE SHINA OF GILGIT: TEXT, GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS AND COMMENTARY by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Buy Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit: Text, grammatical analysis and commentary (Studies in languages of Northern Pakistan) by Carla F Radloff (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Carla F Radloff. Die indoarische Sprache Shina, die im Norden Pakistans gesprochen wird, ist seit der Grammatik von G.

Bailey aus dem Jahr Gegenstand sprachwissenschaftlicher und indologischer Forschung. Erst seit den 60er Jahren des Jahrhunderts gibt es mehr oder weniger erfolgreiche Ansatze, Shina zu verschriftlichen.

Basierend auf Vorarbeiten von M. Zia und D. Lorimer, enthalt der Band. Shina (ݜݨیاٗ = ݜݨیاٗ = Šiṇyaá) is a language from the Dardic sub-group of the Indo-Aryan family spoken by the Shina people, a plurality of the people in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan and a number of people in Ladakh, India (Dah Hanu, Dras), as well as in pockets in Jammu and Kashmir, India, such as in Gurez.

Until recently, there was no writing system of the language. A number of. GILGIT, Aug The launching of five books namely Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit, Dadii Shilooke Vol: I-II’, Shina Urdu Angreezi Bol Chal, Alkhaanoo Bijoon, written by Shakil Ahmad Shakil, a.

Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit (text, grammatical analysis and commentary). Radloff, Carla F.; Shakil Ahmad Shakil. Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan. oai:; Dadi Shiloke. Shakil Ahmad Shakil (compiler). Shina Language and Culture Promotion Society.

oai:; The dialects of Shina. Radloff, Carla F. GILGIT: The Shina Language and Culture Promotion Society (SLCPS) have endorsed a bill tabled in parliament to expand the number of national languages and have asked the Gilgit-Baltistan government to help ensure its passage in the national legislature.

“Everybody should lobby and support the bill to see it through,” said Ishtiaq Yaad, general secretary of the SLCPS, urging. Radloff, Carla F. with Shakil Ahmad Shakil. Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit.

Studies in the Languages of Northern Pakistan, Vol. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-iAzam University and Summer Institute of Linguistics. Schmidt, Ruth L. Compound tenses in the Shina of Kohistan. Gilgit-British Graveyard (In shina language,گوراقبرستان) By Muhammad Saqlain.

Introduction The Old British Graveyard,in shina language it is called Goraa Qaburistan,is a graveyard in Gilgit city of was established in Julyduring British Raj's Gilgit Agency,it was then known as Hayward's Garden.

During Dogra Raj it was called Jawahir Singh Bagh. Gilgit NA Program, Gilgit Dance, Gilgit Show Shina. Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit: text, grammatical analysis and commentary: Contributor: Shakil, Shakil Ahmad: Summer Institute of Linguistics (United Kingdom) National Institute of Pakistan Studies: Creator: Radloff, Carla F: Date (W3CDTF): Description: P.

blank. This article examines the role of poetry in illuminating and challenging the meaning of citizenship in the border region of Gilgit-Baltistan, which is located in the north of Pakistan and is.

Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit: Text, grammatical analysis and commentary (Studies in languages of Northern Pakistan) Carla F Radloff Dictionary of Management Terms (The M & E professional dictionaries series) by R.

Anderson. Notes: This book features folktales from the Isle of Rugen (Germany), Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the Northern Sagas and Eddas.

Contains 28 Scandinavian folktales. Author: Charles John Tibbitts. Published: Publisher: W. Gibbings, London. Gilgit-Baltistan is part of the greater Kashmir region, which is the subject of a long-running conflict between Pakistan and India.

The territory shares a border with Azad Kashmir, together with which it is referred to by the United Nations and other international organisations as "Pakistan administered Kashmir".

Gilgit-Baltistan is six times the size of Azad Kashmir. Shina, the mother of Dardic languages is primarily spoken in Gilgit-Baltistan, Dah Hanu, Gurais and Dras in India. Researchers suggests that the focus on speakers of indigenous languages is necessary in order to save them from language shift and language loss.

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WILLSON A Look at Hunza Culture • CARLA F. RADLOFF Aspects of the Sound System of Gilgiti Shina • JOAN L. BAART A Sketch of Kalam Kohistani Grammar • STEPHEN R.

WILLSON Basic Burushaski Vocabulary • RONALD L. TRAIL AND GREGORY R. COOPER Kalasha Dictionary—with English and Urdu. The collection of folktales from Africa consists of four books with 88 stories: 28 South African folktales, 40 Nigerian folktales and 10 Tanzanian folktales.

Nigerian folktales. South African folktales. Tanzanian folktales. Asian folktales. Asia is the world's largest continent. A place with unique cultural heritage, Asia is home to more than 3.

Follow Carla F. Radloff and explore their bibliography from 's Carla F. Radloff Author Page. Origins. Both Indo-Aryan mythology and Iranic mythology evolved from the earlier Indo-Iranic mythology, have played an instrumental role in the development of various Pakistani folklore.

Despite linguistic and religious differences at one time, the folklore from across the country seem to revolve around the themes of love, war, historical events or the supernatural.

Use these resources to teach students about folklore, have them analyze folktales that have been passed down from one generation to the next, and tell one of their own. Grades PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8. Juu tv GB/Juu tv Gilgit Baltistan shina new song in Shina by Imtiaz Hussain Shahki.

Imtiaz Hussain Shahki is a famous Shina poet and writer. He is a presiden. Books of this language are being written in Urdu script. The estimated number of the Broshki language speaker is ab Speakers of this special language can be found in Nagar, Yasin Valley and Hunza Gilgit Baltistan.

Shina language. The estimated number of Shina language speakers isThe Shina speakers come from a variety of clans and tribal backgrounds, but all are proud of their language. Shina is a very vital language with a strong heritage of oral literature, including folktales, legends history, poetry and song.

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There is increasing interest in reading and writing Shina and preserving their oral heritage in print. Almuth Degener: Shina-Texte aus Gilgit (Nord Pakistan). Sprichwörter und Materi-alien zum Volksglauben, gesammelt von Mohammad Amin Zia.

Wiesbaden: Harrasso-witz Verlag S. (Beiträge zur Indologie ) ISBN € 69,–. At the heart of this book are proverbs and idioms from the Shina of Gilgit, including.Shina definition is - an Indo-Aryan language spoken in Gilgit in northern Kashmir. Radloff, Carla and Shakil Ahmad ShakilFolktales in the Shina of Gilgit.

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