Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Multilingual dictionary on 7 Indian languages soon

Madras university will soon bring out a multilingual dictionary on seven Indian languages to promote cross-cultural relations. The dictionary is aimed at making languages from the south more accessible in other parts of the country. The Multi-Lingual Dictionary of Indian Languages Project funded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) is a joint venture by the seven language departments of the Oriental Research Institute (ORI), one of the university's premier wings. The five-volume dictionary will comprehensively cover language and literature, art and culture, science and technology, administration and law, and, flora and fauna. [Read the full story]

1 comment:

mahesh pandya said...

with world becoming smaller every day ,the true cosmopolitan culture & knowledge will improve knowledge & performance. when ever it is introduced please inform me urgently.