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chapter 9
chapter 10
chapter 11
chapter 12
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chapter 15
chapter 16
chapter 17
chapter 18
chapter 19
chapter 20
chapter 21
chapter 22
chapter 23
chapter 24
chapter 25
chapter 26
chapter 27
chapter 28
chapter 29
chapter 30
chapter 31
chapter 32
chapter 33
chapter 34
chapter 35
chapter 36
chapter 37
chapter 38
chapter 39
chapter 40
chapter 41
chapter 42
chapter 43
chapter 44
chapter 45
chapter 46
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chapter 48
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An Introduction to Spoken Kashmiri

 
READ  ME  FIRST THE SOUNDS OF KASHMIRI
 

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Book 1

An Introduction to Spoken Kashmiri

Introduction

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The Sounds of Kashmiri

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Functional Conversations

chapter 1: 

Getting acquainted

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chapter 2: 

A conversation with a coolie

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chapter 3: 

A conversation with a hotel owner

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chapter 4: 

A conversation with a houseboat owner

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chapter 5: 

A conversation with a tonga driver

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chapter 6: 

A conversation with a boatman

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chapter 7: 

A conversation with a taxi-driver

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chapter 8: 

A conversation with a tea seller

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chapter 9: 

A conversation at the post office

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chapter 10: 

A conversation with a milkman

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chapter 11: 

A conversation with a fruit seller

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chapter 12: 

A conversation with a vegetable seller

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chapter 13: 

A conversation with a sweetmeat seller

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chapter 14: 

A conversation with a flower seller

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chapter 15: 

A conversation with a grocer

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chapter 16: 

A conversation with a butcher

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Conversations

chapter 17: 

A conversation on Kashmir

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chapter 18: 

The people of Kashmir

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chapter 19: 

The food of Kashmir

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chapter 20: 

On sightseeing in Kashmir

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chapter 21: 

Going on a boat ride

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chapter 22: 

A Kashmiri fire-pot

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chapter 23: 

On going to Dal Lake

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chapter 24: 

On going to Wular Lake

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chapter 25: 

On going to Gulmarg

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chapter 26: 

On going to Pahalgam

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chapter 27: 

A Kashmiri shawl merchant

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chapter 28: 

On going to Hazratbal

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chapter 29: 

On visiting tulmul temple

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chapter 30: 

On going to the Amarnath Cave

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chapter 31: 

On going to the Shankracharya Temple

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Notes on Advanced Grammar

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Review Exercises

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Narrative Texts

chapter 32: 

The story of Kashmir

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chapter 33: 

Dal Lake

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chapter 34: 

The gardens of Kashmir

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chapter 35: 

Mahadev Bishta: a clever thief

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chapter 36: 

Badshah: The Great King

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chapter 37: 

Gulmarg

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chapter 38: 

Kashmir saffron fields

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chapter 39: 

Kashmir samovar

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chapter 40: 

The Muslim rishis: Nandarishi

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Granny Lalla

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chapter 42: 

Habba Khatun

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chapter 43: 

Gulam Ahmad 'Mahjoor'

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chapter 44: 

Zindakoul 'Masterji'

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chapter 45: 

Dina Nath 'Nadim'

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Poems

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Granny Lalla

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chapter 47: 

Habba Khatun

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Gulam Ahmad 'Mahjoor'

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chapter 49: 

Zindakoul 'Masterji'

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chapter 50: 

Dina Nath 'Nadim'

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Book 2

Glossary

Preface

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Contents

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Glossary

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Abbreviations

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Section 1:

Kashmiri-English

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English-Kashmiri

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Loanwords in Kashmiri

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Section 4:

Glossary of selected terms used in this manual

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Section 5:

Suggestions for further reading

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ERRATA

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