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Title:How Dandagaun is like
HowDandaLike
Linguistic and Ethnographic Documentation of the Baram Language
Contributor:Dubi Nanda
Contributor (consultant):Dambar
Tek
Coverage:Nepal
Date:2008-03-04
Description:This session was recorded in Gorkha. Tek Bahadur is telling Dambar about the geo-physical and socio-cultural aspects of Danda Gaun. Tek is a resourceful person about the over all situation of the village as he was the head of the previously. In this session, Tek has the major role and Dambar is just a passive listener and sometimes contributes very little in the conversation.
This project aims to document Baram, a seriously endangered language of Nepal, for its preservation and promotion. For this purpose, we will develop a corpus of the various texts of the Baram language and thereby prepare resources such as its sketch grammar, lexicon and ethnographic profile. To revitalize the language, we will develop Baram orthography and prepare a Baram primer to facilitate its use in basic education and literacy programmes. The audio-video recordings of the Baram database will be archived with its annotation in a website for its accessibility to linguists, ethnographers and the Baram speech community.
In this session, Tek Bahadur is telling Dambar about the geophysical and sociocultural aspects of Danda Gaun. He talks about the geographic boundaries, geophysical situation, ecological situation, etc of the village.
Mr. Dubi Nanda Dhakal is a Research Assistant (RA) in this project. He has been actively participate in the field work, computing and other activeities.
Mr. Dambar Bahadur Baram is a fluent speaker of Baram language. We started to work with him from the beginning of the project and have taken several texts from him. He is a good story teller and good at role playing. But he has got one problem that his texts are generally lack coherence.
Mr. Tek Bahadur Baram is a fluent speaker of Baram language. We started to work with him after some months the project was launched. He is a very resourceful person as he has information about the different aspects of Baram people and culture. He was a village head previously so he has a wide range of information. We have taken several texts from him. He is a good story teller.
Format:audio/x-wav
text/x-eaf+xml
text/plain
text/xml
DV Tape
Identifier:oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1248020
MDP0158
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1248020%23
Publisher:Prof. Dr. Tej Ratna Kansakar
Tribhuvan University
Subject:Discourse
Conversation
The village
Baraamu language
Baram
Nepali (individual language)
Nepali
Subject (ISO639):brd
npi
Type:Audio

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Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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DateStamp:  2018-10-31
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Citation: Dubi Nanda; Dambar (consultant); Tek (consultant). 2008-03-04. Prof. Dr. Tej Ratna Kansakar.
Terms: area_Asia country_NP iso639_brd iso639_npi

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Country: Nepal
Area: Asia


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