Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

The status of haroti: an enquiry into rajastani language

Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi


The present paper enquires the status of Haroti language. It also takes into consideration the problem of absence and paucity of data, grammatical categories that are closely related to its neighboring Rajasthani languages, and not commonly examined due to lack of data, and particularly languageKspecific
data that are not closely related to other languages; and it is also an effort to build an academic consensus on its more distant relations that are not yet established., One of the obvious markers of a regional language today is accent. NonKlinguists and traditional grammarians generally consider the varieties of Rajasthani languages as mutually intelligible but with varying under the accent of an umbrella term ‘Rajasthani’ for the various eight macro and micro languages spoken in this region.

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