(1) Indices of readings:
Prose: Pre-Independence. Post-Independence.
Poetry: Pre-Independence. Post-Independence.   Dialectal.
(2) Index of dialogs.
(3) Index of monologs (with audio).
(4) Index of grammatical notes, drills, and exercises: Level three. Level four. Review level two.
(5) Measure your vocabulary
(6) What is an "advanced construction" and what is its place in these learning materials?
(7) Index to Sanskrit pages. (Not part of Mellon Project.)
(8) Tables of
ASCII - dðv:n:ag:ri
(9) Instructions for keying in source code for Xdvng dðv:n:ag:ri "dynamic" font.
(10) dðv:n:ag:ri encoding testpage .
(11) List of references.
(12) List of Hindi-Urdu speech sounds.
E-mail messages can be sent to me "@" umich.edu using my uniqname pehook Please send longer messages with attachments to me "@" virginia.edu using the uniqname peh6n
The Mellon Foundation has been funding the development of web-based multimedia materials for elementary and intermediate levels of Hindi-Urdu at the University of Michigan (Dr. Tahsin Siddiqi) and the University of Chicago (Mr. Mithilesh Mishra). Projects to create web-based multimedia materials for learning Hindi and other South Asian languages are underway at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Penn Language Center under the direction of Prof. Harold Schiffman, Dr. Surendra Gambhir and Dr. Vasu Renganathan. Sites for Hindi and Urdu are under development at the University of Virginia by Prof. Robert Hueckstedt, at NC State by Prof. Afroz Taj, at Syracuse University by Dr. Jishnu Shankar, at Australian National University by Dr. Richard Barz, and in Belgium by Hugo Coolens. Another is being developed (for Japanese learners of Hindi) by Prof. K. Machida of the Institute for the Study of Asian and African Languages and Cultures at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
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First posted in June of 1999.
Updated: 14 Aug 1999, 19 Aug 1999, 29 Sept 1999, 10 Oct 1999, 8 Jan 2001, 18 Jan 2001, 6 Feb 2001, 29 Mar 2001, 26 Sept 2001, 10 April 2002, 24 Jan 2003, 31 Jul 2004, 9 Sep 2004.