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The Kolhi tribes are primarily concentrated in the lower Thar Desert and speak their own Indo-Aryan languages.
It is ancestral language of the Gabar Khel clan and falls in Dardic, the sub-group of Indo-Aryan languages.
Noting that Kashmiri is perhaps the least studied of the major Indo-Aryan languages, Verbeke explores its grammatical differences from the others, beginning with pronominal suffixation, but moving into the many other questions that circulate around the issue.
They speak such Indo-Aryan languages as Buksa Tharu, Chitwania Tharu, Dangaura Tharu, Kathoriya Tharu, Kochila Tharu, Rana Tharu and Sonha.
Alignment and ergativity in new Indo-Aryan languages.
In this piece her scholarly approach is fully on display--deeply concerned with textual evidence, basing grammatical analyses not on forms detached from their context but on the grammar that emerges from text, sensitive to meter and to other indirect clues to linguistic structure such as register, and to the linguistic reality often partly concealed by orthography, alive to the interplay of archaism and innovation in the language and to the linguistic processes that reconfigure older features of language in new structures, and eager to situate whatever language she's focused on in the larger web of Indo-Aryan languages, not only more or less contemporary Middle Indic forms but also earlier Vedic and later Apabhramsa and even New Indo-Aryan.
Many of the linguistic features found in Kalkoti are of course characteristic of Indo-Aryan languages at large, and apart from those more general areal features, there is a great number of subareal characteristics shared by Palula and Gawri alike.
Around 72 percent of Indians speak Indo-Aryan languages, 20 percent speak Dravidian languages, 1.
The Devanagari script will give Indian Sindhi a renewed life and return it to the fold of Indo-Aryan languages, which it had been severed from under the influence of Arabic.
I will support Turner's view with much data which prove a considerable influence on early Romani by Indo-Aryan languages which are found today in the mountains between the valley of the Yamuna and eastern Afghanistan.
Also see Masica [1993: 365-368] on the "dative-accusative" in the Indo-Aryan languages.
On the boundaries of Maithili, a number of modern Indo-Aryan languages are spoken: Bangla in the east, Bhojpuri in the west, Nepali in the north, and Magahi in the south.

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