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Torwali: A Dardic Language of the Swat Kohistan

George A., Sir Grierson

Torwali: A Dardic Language of the Swat Kohistan

With a Torwali-English Vocabulary and an Index of Words from Other Languages (Trubner"s Languages of the World)

by George A., Sir Grierson

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Published by Trubner & Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indic, East Indo-European & Dravidian Languages,
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Study & Teaching,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11909855M
    ISBN 101844530280
    ISBN 109781844530281
    OCLC/WorldCa51780930

    The past and present of Gawri language. Articles. Kalkoti (spoken in the village of Kalkot in Dir Kohistan), Torwali (in Swat Kohistan south of Kalam), Indus Kohistani, Bateri, Chilisso, and Gowro (the latter four in Indus Kohistan). Dardic in turn also includes such languages as Pashayi across the border in Afghani¬stan, Khowar and Author: Muhammad Zaman Sagar.   Torwali: an account of a Dardic language of the Swat Kohistan by George Abraham Grierson 3 editions - first published in Not in Library.

    Torwali speakers inhabit the region of Bahrain in Swat Kohistan. They belong to the Dardic group of languages and race. But historical development has severed their . Torwali-An Account of a Dardic Language of Swat Kohistan Sir. G. A. Grierson. Selected Papers Hindukush Cultural Conference A Book on Torwali Culture of Swat. Story of first ever conquest of Terichmir by Norwegians in Chapter II of the book which deals with Chitral and Mastuj.

      Every language spoken in the world represents a special history & culture, melody, color, and asset and to everyone the mother language is certainly one of the most precious treasures in our lives. It’s a duty and responsibility to preserve it and pass it down from generation to generation just to keep the identity of one : Mujahid Torwali.   The Dardic people of the Kalam region in northern Swat are known as speak the Torwali and Kalami languages. Some Khowar speakers reside in the Kalam region. Before Kalam came under the rule of Swat, it was a regional tributary to Kalamis paid a tribute of mountain ponies to the Mehtar of Chitral every year.


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Torwali: A Dardic Language of the Swat Kohistan by George A., Sir Grierson Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Addeddate Vestiges of Dardic culture in Swat. Torwali is one of the Dardic languages spoken in north Pakistan. It is one of a Torwali: A Dardic Language of the Swat Kohistan book of languages generally grouped together under the name of “Kohistani”.

According to George A. Grierson Torwali is a true Dardic : Zubair Torwali. Torwali is a Dardic language spoken by a community of ab, in the idyllic valleys of upper Swat district in north Pakistan.

It is one of the Pakistan’s 28 ‘definitely endangered languages’ as categorized by UNSCO in its Atlas of World’s Languages in Danger [1]. Grierson, George A.; Torwali: an account of a Dardic language of Swat-Kohistan, [IV] Inam-ur-Rahim & Alian Viaro; Swat: an Afghan Society in Pakistan, [V] Torwali, Zubair: Vestiges of Torwali Culture, Idara Baraye Taleem-o-Taraqi (IBT) Grierson‘s book ―Torwali: an account of a Dardic language in Swat-Kohistan‖ is perhaps the first book singly published on Torwali language in The book based on the field data collected by Auriel Stein, who visited Swat-Kohistan in has some of the Torwali text.

Torwali (Urdu: توروالی‎), or Turvali, is a Dardic language spoken in Kohistan and Swat districts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan.

The language is indigenous to the Torwali people who live in scattered hamlets in the mountainous upper reaches of the Swat valley, above the Pashto-speaking town of Madyan up to the Gawri-speaking town of Kalam.

There are two main dialects. Bateri is a Dardic language spoken by people living in the area of Batera on the east bank of the Indus River in the Lower Kohistan district in Khyber : Zubair Torwali. Grierson, in his book Torwali: An Account of a Dardic Language of the Swat Kohistan, writes that Torwali is one of a number of languages generally categorised as Kohistani, and is spoken in Swat and the Indus Kohistan District, north of Peshawar and Hazara District.

Before the Pathan conquest of the region, it appears that Torwal. Grierson‘s book ―Torwali: an account of a Dardic language in Swat-Kohistan‖ i s perhaps the first book singly published on Torwali language in The book based on the field d ataAuthor: Zubair Torwali.

Grierson’s book “Torwali: an account of a Dardic language in Swat-Kohistan” is perhaps the first book published solely on Torwali language in The book based on the field data collected by Auriel Stein, who visited Swat-Kohistan in has some of the Torwali text written in phonetics with English translation; and a couple of.

"Torwali" published on 01 Dec by by: 1. Torwali is a Dardic language spoken by a community of ab–, in the idyllic valleys of upper Swat district in north Pakistan. It is one of the Pakistan’s 27 ‘definitely endangered languages’ as categorized by UNSCO in its Atlas of World’s Languages in Danger [1].Author: Zubair Torwali.

Grierson ‘ s book ―Torwali: an account of a Dardic language in Swat- Kohistan‖ is perhaps the first book singly published on Torwali language in Author: Zubair Torwali. Vestiges of Dardic Culture in Swat Torwali is one of the Dardic languages spoken in north Pakistan. It is one of a number of languages generally grouped together as Kohistani.

According to George A. Grierson, Torwali is a true Dardic language (Torwali: An Account of a Dardic Language of Swat-Kohistan, p. 3) "Torwali: An account of a Dardic language of the Swat Kohistan".

Ullah, Inam (). "Lexical database of the Torwali Dictionary", paper presented at the Asia Lexicography Conference, Chiangmai, Thailand, May Falado em: Paquistão. In main Swat many people think this a totally new discovery of an ‘extinct’ community in Swat which was known as Dard or Darada.

They probably do not know that descendants of this unique extinct community still live in upper Swat—in Swat Kohistan—with the names of Torwali and Gawri, the two living Dardic communities in : Zubair Torwali.

The Kohistanis have also been called Dards because they speak four languages of the small Dardic branch of the Indo-Aryan Subfamily: Torwali, Gawri, Eastern and Western Kohistani (but not Kashmiri, the most important language of this branch).

Like the Gujars, who are also found in Kohistan, the Kohistanis practise transhumant pastoralism of. Torwali: An Account of A Dardic Language of The Swat Kohistan $ Based on Materials Collected in Torwal with a note on torwal and its people and a map Author: Sir George.

A new script: Four books to revive Torwali language Share Tweet Resear­ch, anecdo­tal histor­y to be used to collec­t inform­ation about gramma­r, vocabu­lary and folk tales."Torwali: An account of a Dardic language of the Swat Kohistan".

Ullah, Inam (). "Lexical database of the Torwali Dictionary", paper presented at the Asia Lexicography Conference, Chiangmai, Thailand, May 地域: インダス・コヒスタン(英語版), スワート(英語版.Grierson, in his book Torwali: An Account of a Dardic Language of the Swat Kohistan, writes that Torwali is one of a number of languages generally categorized as Kohistani, and is spoken in Swat and the Indus Kohistan District, north of Peshawar and Hazara District.

Before the Pathan conquest of the region, it appears that Torwal.