Prakrit's evolution/relation with Vedic Sanskrit and Classical Sanskrit


Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
New Delhi, India
Who is disputing all this? We have Sri Rama Charit Manas in Awadhi and other similar books in regional languages, religious teachers still talk to their people in the regional languages. Many of the regional languages have been given official recognition by government of India. Even Santali, Kamtapuri, Rajbongshi, Kurmali, Kurukh, Garo, Khasi, Mizo, Kokborok, Manipuri, etc. have official status. I fail to understand what is the point of your post? And if some language is missing, the State government can always put the things right. Where is the problem?
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