Science: Social_Sciences: Linguistics: Languages: Natural: Indo-European: Indo-Iranian: Indo-Aryan
Discusses the history of these two speech forms, essentially considering them as versions of the same language.
Collection of links to linguistic discussions about Bangani, an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the lower Himalayas (India). Bangani has some features in common with the "kentum" (Western European, Greek and Tokharian) rather than the "satem" (Balto-Slavic and Indo-Iranian) branches of the Indo-European family.
Similarities, differences, origins, and political status of the two languages.
This article presents the historical development of the Indo-Aryan family of languages, one of the major language families of the world. These languages, spoken in the northern half of the Indian subcontinent and in Sri Lanka, are direct descendants of Sanskrit.
Scripts of All of Asia
Comprehensive site on scripts descendent from ancient Brahmi script.
Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL)
Information processing tools to facilitate human-machine interaction in Indian languages.
Update on the Aryan Invasion Debate
Online version of a book by Koenraad Elst, published by Aditya Prakashan in New Delhi (India). It oulines the latest arguments (including those in linguistics) for and against the prehistoric invasion of India by Indo-European speakers.
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