Vokar Agreement In Gujarati
Written by Staff on December 19, 2020
In 2007, the Gujarat State Department of Archives began digitizing 600,000 files, including registers of the state of Baroda, prints, cards, abhinandan patra or maan patra (congratulations letters) offered to the former king of various provincial states and organization, aagna patrika (Gazette), all orders exchanged and volumes of letters and agreements of the main state with other provincial states and the British Raj , currently housed in the Southern Circle Record Office in Vadoda, where a permanent exhibition had also been set up.  This thesis focuses on the analysis of the morphology of concordance in Gujarati, an Indoaarian language that is mainly spoken in the state of Gujarat, on the west coast of India, where it is also the language of the state. The orientation of this analysis is typological, now often referred to as “Basic Linguistic Theory” (Dixon 1997). First, three matching characteristics are identified in the language: gender, number and person and describes how these features are organized. The type of controllers in the agreement is then described in terms of simple words, compound words and coordinates. After the distinction between endocrine, coordinative and exocentric substitutes, it is argued that only endocrine and coordinating compounds participate as controllers of agreements. Within the coordination connections, it also distinguishes the distributional and aggregate coordinates and shows how they participate in an agreement. While the analysis of coordinate sentences and their behavior in the concordance morphology, this work shows how these controllers calculate the chord functions and how this calculation control agreement on objectives. The thesis also explains how disjunctive phrases act as controllers and how they behave consensually. In addition, the work examines the nature of the agreement`s objectives with respect to simple words, compound words and coordinates. It argues that of the three types of compound words, only exotic expressions, which has no head, act as targets. It also analyzes how coordinate phrases participate in agreements.
Here, he also focuses on compound words. The people responsible for the agreement and the objectives are also divided into different sentences. It is a thesis that she describes in detail. The thesis also focuses on the analysis of two areas of the contract: the internal agreement of NP and the oral agreement. Consider the role of pragmatists in agreement, the thesis also analyzes how pragmatism influences the agreement. Here, she focuses on deiztic expressions, different expressions and words used in the metaphorical sense. Finally, it contrasts the characteristics of the agreed morphology of language with the canonical characteristics of the agreement founded by Corbett (2001) and argues that the agreement is canonical to Gujarati. Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III (1863-1939, Born as Shrimant Gopalrao, ruled in 1875-1939, with his two brothers, Shrimant Anandrao (1857-1917) and Shrimant Sampatrao (1865-1934) had visited Dharmaj in 1910.