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Indian History Part 22: Of ANCIENT LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

Canberra, 27 December 2013 Language is a term that conveys a meaning much larger than just grammar or philology because it reflects prevalent social convention and learning. The use of language, the capacity to acquire and effectively employ a sophisticated and complex system of communication, is deeply entrenched in human culture. Language is the testament […]

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