Marathi July 2013

Madhukar Gogate mng1932 at YAHOO.COM
Tue Jul 2 07:08:59 UTC 2013


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Mr Dileep Damle, 
Thanks for your mail and compliments.
Sorry to note your eyesight problem.
I recall our meeting, years ago, at Vaishali in Pune.
My Marathi article has only 2 pages, not more.
-- MNG (www.mngogate.com) 
 
 

From: Dileep Damle <dileep_damle at HOTMAIL.COM>
>To: VYAKARAN at LISTSERV.SYR.EDU 
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>Subject: Re: Marathi July 2013
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>VYAKARAN: South Asian Languages and Linguistics Net Editors: Tej K. Bhatia, Syracuse University, New York John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany Details: Send email to listserv at listserv.syr.edu and say: INFO VYAKARAN Subscribe:Send email to listserv at listserv.syr.edu and say: SUBSCRIBE VYAKARAN FIRST_NAME LAST_NAME (Substitute your real name for first_name last_name) Archives: http://listserv.syr.edu/ 
>I enjoyed reading the attachment, unfortunately it contained only two pages.  It seemed that there were more.  Has there been a technology problem?  If there are more pages, I would very much appreciate being able to read the.
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>You may remember, we met in Vaishali a few years ago to exchange views about use of the roman script for Marathi.  I had intended to do something about that.  I have had health (eyesight) problems since that time, consequently reduced my serious activities somewhat.  In the meanwhile, devanagari keyboards have progressed.  Particularly on the iPad and iPhone, there is quite a good one.  There is still room for improvement.
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>Anyway..it was very good to see your text in pure Marathi, so clear and yet powerful.  I am not talking about use of devanagari, but the language.  It is particularly poignant, since so many people in Maharashtra are unable to , or do not care to write without interspersing many English words.  No doubt, this is a normal process of language change, but it is so rapid that one fears for the survival of the beautiful mother tongue.  I apologise for writing this in English.  I have lived in the UK for 52 years of my the 65 years of my life.  Writing in Marathi is now becoming a strain with memory/ vocabulary deteriorating. Wishing that were not so.
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>Please let know if further pages are available.  Thank you.  Best regards.
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>Dileep Damlé
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>On 1 Jul 2013, at 08:06, "Madhukar Gogate" <mng1932 at YAHOO.COM> wrote:
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>>Marathi July 2013 ................... Circulate.
>>Nonperiodic Marathi mail since yr 2000
>>partly Devanagari, partly Roman script.
>>A sample  at end... Visit M22 E15 E03
>>& bio-data (http://www.mngogate.com/) 
>>M22 >  (www.mngogate.com/m22.pdf).
>>Visit  > Marathi pdf > America in 1973.  
>>1973 मधील अमेरिका madhil amerikaa
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