How British Gypsies Got Their Language: Adding Romani on the Indian Trek (Paperback)
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How British Gypsies Got Their Language: Adding Romani on the Indian Trek (Paperback)

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Paperback 27 Pages / Published: 30/09/2009
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Gypsies first left India a thousand years ago, probably as refugees, prisoners of war and slaves during what was then then the invasion of India by Islamic armies (and hence the ultimate formation of countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan). At first, their language was a form of Sanskrit but during the subsequent diaspora, words were added from the countries through which they travelled and the original Sanskrit words developed into new forms. This booklet shows the meanings of what words were added when.

Publisher: Robert Dawson
ISBN: 9781903418659
Number of pages: 27
Weight: 102 g
Dimensions: 296 x 209 x 4 mm

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