Brahui may just as well be an advance-guard from the southaeast as a rear-guard from the north-west. ... I have fully discussed the remarkable points of continuity between them a#39;and those of the Munda family, and later researches show equally ... The relationship on the other hand with the Turanian, or as they aare called the Scythian languages, is a much more complicated question. ... The audacity a#39;of philologists could hardly go further than this, and yet there is a great deal to a#39;be saidanbsp;...
|Title||:||Census of India, 1901|
|Author||:||India. Census Commissioner, Edward Albert Gait|