STATE TIMES NEWSKATRA: The faculty members of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (Katra), Dr. Amitabh V. Dwivedi & Dr. Ravi Parihar, delivered inivited talks on endangered and indigenous languages of Jammu & Kashmir in “2nd International Conference on Indigenous Languages” (13-15 FEB 2020) at IIT Madras. Dr. Dwivedi spoke on the “Coordinate Conjunction of the Bhadarwahi language”, whereas Dr. Parihar gave a presentation on the Sarazi language. The faculty duo have been working on revitaizing the lesser-known languages of Jammu & Kashmir, and their talks were well-appreciated by the audience. Dr. Dwivedi also shared a technical session, and provided useful inputs to the fellow participants.
The faculty members emphasized the linguisitc diversity and richness of Jammu & Kashmir. In addition, Dr. Dwivedi and Dr. Parihar also provided their feedback and comments on post-conference workshop on “Researching Indigenous Languages: Methods & Practices”, and the participants got benefitted from their experience.
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