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Indianisation of English

Sumana Bandyopadhyay

Indianisation of English

analysis of linguistic features in selected post-1980 Indian English fiction

by Sumana Bandyopadhyay

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Published by Concept Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [170]-179) and index.

StatementSumana Bandyopadhyay
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9492.5 (P-PZ21)+
The Physical Object
Paginationxl, 184 p. ;
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24525753M
ISBN 109788180697936
LC Control Number2010327030

NEW SYLLABUS: CLASS XII, ENGLISH B, WBCHSE, w.e.f. SESSION CLASS-XII. Full Marks: Indianisation of an English novel / short story as per the choice of the student. Parameters for Assessment (Compulsory) Mindscapes not only a good book but also a great vocabular learning book, where we learn so many things about english. Indianisation synonyms, Indianisation pronunciation, Indianisation translation, English dictionary definition of Indianisation. adj. 1. Of or relating to India or .

A pioneer of Indian literature, RK Narayan was a talent beyond Swami and Friends The first English writer to win the Sahitya Akademi award, Narayan's simple, unassuming narrative continues to strike a chord with literary enthusiasts. ‘Indianisation’ of : Pia Krishnankutty. A person of Indian or East Indian ancestry. A member of any of the Native American peoples except the Eskimos, Aleuts, and Inuits. Any of the languages of these peoples. See Usage at American Indian, First Nation, Native American. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

indianisation definition: Noun (uncountable) 1. The act, process or result of Indianizing. 2. The practice, towards the end of the British Raj, of promoting Indian people . Different persons have given different views regarding the meaning of Indianisation. The meaning of Indianisation was considered to be the following of Indian methods in place of British methods in the Indian national life. This was a narrow meaning of Indianisation. According to the wider meaning of Indianisation, it is to so include the foreign [ ].


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The Indianization of English: The English Language in India Hardcover – July 1, by Braj B. Kachru (Author)Cited by: The book is a reassessment of linguistic aspects of the English literary works in the multilingual contexts of India. It shows how Indian English has adapted to the indigenous ambiance while remaining the Indian variant of International Standard English.5/5(1).

The Indianization of English book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Maps on lining papers.A study of English language variation /5(8).

Description: This book presents a historical account of the development of an acrolectal variety of the English language in colonial India. It highlights the phenomenon of Indianization of the English language and its significance in the articulation of the Indian identity in pre-Independence India.

Inwhen I was pursuing a PhD in English at the same university, Professor Kachru published an important book called The Indianization of English. It was a book that changed the way we understand the English language in India. Summary of book: This study by Sumana Bandyopadhyay is a significant new contribution to the understanding of both Indian English and IWE (Indian Writing in English.

The Indianization of English The imperial transplant of has taken root in the soil of the Indian subcontinent and flourishes today as an Indian language in its own by: entitled Indianisation of English: Analysis of Linguistic Features in Selected Post Indian English Fiction, and is offered as an overview of a number of key linguistic aspects of the English language as used in a particular register - the literary one - in the second-language setting and multilingual context of contemporary India.

Indianisation was a process introduced in the later period of British India (early 20th century) whereby Indian officers were promoted to more senior positions in government services, formerly reserved for Europeans.

In the Indian police, the rank of Deputy Superintendent was introduced to prepare Indian officers for promotion to higher rank. Call it Indian English, Indianised English, Hinglish or the Indianisation of English, as some people do, it has its own charm. You may love it, laugh at it or even loathe it, you just cannot ignore the fact that it is here to stay.

Ask the millions of Indians living all across the globe. The Indianization of English - Volume 2 Issue 2 - Braj B Kachru. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure [email protected] is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon by: Publication date Note Maps on lining papers.

Includes index. ISBN Rs   With the Indianisation of English, the new breed of speakers and writers is creating its own version of the language; sans elegance, sans structure, sans finer nuances. In his book, The Fight for English, David Crystal says, “To many people in the middle decades of the 18th century, the language was seriously unwell.

This article focuses on the book "The Indianization of English: The English Language in India," by B.B. Kachru. By "Indianization" Professor Kachru means the development of distinctive Indian characteristics at all linguistic levels i.e.

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It shows how Indian English has adapted to the indigenous ambiance while remaining the Indian variant of International Standard Range: $ - $   The British consistently opposed Indianisation by giving different arguments—that Indians were “bookworms,” effeminate, of low morals, corrupt and inefficient and “simply did not possess.

The first book written by an Indian in English was by Sake Dean Mahomet, titled Travels of Dean Mahomet; published in in England. Early Indian writers used the forms and the techniques of Britishers, to convey their experiences which were essentially Indian.

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communication via eye and face in indian contexts by m. s. thirumalai, ph.d.Sumana Bandhyopadhay, Indianisation of English: Analysis of Linguistic Features in Selected Post Indian English Fiction, New Delhi (India): Concept Publishing Company, ISBN Hardback, xl + pp.

(with foreword by Christopher Rollason) Summary of book: **.