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The following pages have been compiled in order to supply the desideratum of a Hindi Grammar in the Devanāgari character, and to obviate the necessity of studying the parts of speech in a different character from that employed in the books used for translation at the East-India College.
An outline of the Braj Bhākhā has been given, as. The earliest evidence of written Marathi dates back to AD. Marathi has a long literary history, starting with religious writings in the th centuries.
The first Marathi translation of an English book was made inand the first Marathi newspaper appeared in Hindustani Hindi–Urdu The word Hindustani in Devanagari, Nastaliq and Kaithi scripts Pronunciation Hindi: [ɦɪndʊstaːniː] Urdu: [ɦɪnduːstaːniː] Native to North India, Pakistan, Deccan Region South Asia Native speakers c.
million ( & censuses) L2 speakers: ~ million (–) Language family Indo-European Indo-Iranian Indo-Aryan Central Zone Western Hindi Language family: Indo-European, Indo .