Kharia

Kharia Homepage (still under construction!!) with links and texts in Kharia

Kharia Dictionary - Online Kharia-English / English-Kharia Dictionary, by John Peterson

A Kharia-English Lexicon. Himalayan Linguistics, Archive 5. i-xv, 1-212. By John Peterson

Patricia Donegan & David Stampe’s Online Kharia Dictionary

Abbi, Anvita. 1993. Language Contraction, Language Shrink, and Language Conflation: A Case Study of Kharia. Continuity and Change in Tribal Society. Ed. by Mrinal Miri. Simla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study. 542-553

Archer, W.G. (ed.). 1942 Khar.iya along, A Kharia Song Book. Ranchi

ba?, juliuyus. 1983. khar.iya dhvani ´sâstra. Kharia Phonetics. râ~cî: merî silîm

Bannerjee, G.Ch. 1894. Introduction to the Kharia Language. Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat press

Banerjee, H.N. 1959. “The Kharia of Modhupur, Singhbhum District and Neighbouring Regions.” Bulletin of the Department of Anthropology 8/2:91-102

Banerjee, H.N. 1962. “Socio-Ritual Status of the Kharia in the Ethnic Background of Manbhum.” Bulletin of the Cultural Research Institute, West Bengal, 1/2:16-28

bhagat, sure´s. 1995. “bihâr ke kha.riyâ janjâti ke bîc ´saik.sa.nik sthiti.” Bulletin of Bihar Tribal Welfare Research Institute, Ranchi. XXXV, December 1995: 72-74

Bible Society of India, Pakistan and Ceylon. 1951. Yohana?likha sukho kayom, The Gospel according to St. John (in Kharia). Calcutta

Biligiri, Hemmige Shriniwasarangachar. 1965. Kharia: phonology, grammar, vocabulary. Poona: Deccan College.

Dasbabu, Ashok Ku. 1991. Kharia [Grammar, Texts, Dictionary]. Bhubaneswar: Academy of Tribal Dialects (Government of Orissa, Academy of Tribal Dialects and Culture, Tribal Language Study Series, VIII) (in Oriya)

Dasgupta, D. 1966. “Kharia Thar and the Hill Kharias of Manbhum.” Unpublished Manuscript

Dash, Jagannatha. 1999. Human ecology of foragers: a study of the Kharia (Savara), Ujia (Savara), and Birhor in Similipal Hills. (No further data available)

Deb, P.C. 1962. “Marriage among the Dhalki Kharias.” Bulletin of the Tribal Research Institute, Chhindwara, 2/1

1979. Diyo Diyoba Senel ro Misa Darom Darom Along. (Church Services and Hymns in Kharia. Approved for experimentation by P. Kerketta, Archbishop of Ranchi)

d.u~g d.u~g, mathiyas. 1986. hindî aur khar.iyâ (tulnâtmak aur vi´sles.n.âtmak adhyayan). râ~cî: satya bhâratî

d.u~gd.u~g, jovâkim. 1999. khar.iyâ jîvan aur paramparâe~. râ~cî: yesu samâj

d.u~gd.u~g, jovâkim & pherdînand kullû (sa~grah karttâ). 1998. prabhuâ? sonhor. râ~cî: satya bhâratî

Floor, H. & G. Druart. 1929. Language Hand-Book Kharia. Calcutta: Tea Districts Labour Association

Floor, H., V. Gheysens & G. Druart. 1934. Dictionary of the Kharia Language. Calcutta

Gupta, S.P. & Hari Mohan. 1975. “A Reconnoitrel Survey Among the Hill Kharia and Proposed Action Programme.” Bulletin of the Bihar Tribal Welfare Research Institute, 17/1:25-72

Hari Mohan. 1961. “Socio-Economic Organisation and Religion among the Hill Kharia of Dhalbhum.” Bulletin of the Bihar Tribal Welfare Research Institute, Ranchi

Kerketta, Ilias. in progress. Kharia-Hindi/Hindi-Kharia Dictionary. Ranchi

kerkeTA, nuas. 1995. khaRiyA naMdanI (khaRiyA itihAs). sundargaDh, mahesIDIhI: amRt jIvan dAn bAge.

Kerketta, Noas, Eliyas D. Barva & Raphael Indvar. 1948. prabhua? patar. Ranchi

kerket.t.â, khist pyârâ. 1990. jujhair d.â~r. (khar.iyâ nât.ak). râcî: janjâtîya bhâs.â akâdamî, bihâr sarkâr

kerket.t.â, roj. 1990. khar.iyâ niba~dh sa~grah. râ~cî: janjâtîya bhâs.â akâdamî, bihâr sarkâr

kerket.t.â, roj. 1990. si~koy sulo?. bhâs.â sâhitya patra. râ~cî: janjâtîya bhâs.â akâdamî, bihâr sarkâr

kerket.t.â, roj & pyârâ kerket.t.â. 1990. lodaro somadhi kahânî sa~grah. râ~cî: janjâtîya bhâs.â akâdamî, bihâr sarkâr

kerket.t.â, roj, sa~tos. kerket.t.â, nuas kerket.t.â, pyârâ kerket.t.â, lore~ng t.et.e & kusum kerket.t.â. 1990. hepad. avakar.iny ber. kher.iyâ kavitâ sa~grah eva~ lok kathâe~. râcî: janjâtîya bhâs.â akâdamî, bihâr sarkâr

kerket.t.â, sa~tos. & roj kerket.t.â. 1990. khar.iyâ gadya-padya sa~grah (bhâs.â-sâhitya). râ~cî: janjâtîya bhâs.â akâdamî, bihâr sarkâr

Khar.iya along, gosnars eve~jelikal lutharan mand.li kiya?thom kabtibd.omsi?. 2nd edition, revised. 1953. editor unknown. Ranchi

Kiro, Hermann. 1977. Kharia Baru Kayom, Kersel. Ranchi: Annapurna Press and Process

Kiro, Hermann (ed.). 1978. “Tardi” (Light). Quarterly Journal of the Kharia Sahitya Samiti

Kullu, Anil Virendra. 2007. Soreŋ KhoRī. (First Kharia novel, with a Hindi translation). Ranchi: Satya Bhāratī Prakāśan.

Kullu, Paulus. 1981. khaRiyA-vyAkaraN evaM saMkZipt SabdakoS. rAMcI: dhArmik sAhitya samiti.

Kullu, Paulus. 1992. khaRiyA dharam pothI. tonme kol-Angre.

Luther, Doktor Martin. 1949 (translation). d.akt.ar mart.in luthara? konon kat.ekhism moloy tanaej snana? kayom od.o? mo~eny ubar senel (binti). Ranchi

Mahapatra, B.P. 1976. “Comparative Notes on Juang and Kharia Finite Verbs.” In: Philip N. Jenner, Laurence C. Thompson, and Stanley Starosta (eds.). Austroasiatic Studies, Two Volumes. Honolulu: University of Hawaii (Oceanic Linguistics, Special Publication, No. 13). Part II: 801-14

Malhotra, Veena. 1982. The Structure of Kharia: A Study of Linguistic Typology and Language Change. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy, New Delhi

Mohanti, U.C. 1964. “Kharia.” Adibasi, 3:175-8

Mukhopadhyay, Chandidas. 1998. Kharia: the victim of social stigma. (No further data available)

Pastor, Job. 1935. Khar.iya durang, Hymns in Kharia Durang. Golaghat

Peterson, John. 2002. “Morphological and Semantic Finiteness in Kharia: A first look” Michael Bommes, Doris Tophinke & Christina Noack (eds.). Sprache als Form. Eine Festschrift für Utz Maas. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag. 63-73

Peterson, John. 2005. “There’s a grain of truth in every “myth”, or, Why the discussion of lexical classes in Mundari isn’t quite over yet.” Linguistic Typology 9/3:391-405 (with much comparative data on Kharia)

Peterson, John. 2006. Kharia. A South Munda Language. (unpublished "Habilitation"-Thesis, Universität Osnabrück)
Volume I: Grammatical Analysis. v, 375 S.
Volume II: Kharia Texts. Glossed, Translated and Annotated. v, 181 S.
Volume III: Kharia-English Lexicon. ii, 304 S.

Peterson, John. 2007. “Languages without nouns and verbs? An alternative to lexical classes in Kharia.” Colin P. Masica (ed.), Old and New Perspectives on South Asian Languages. Grammar and Semantics. Papers growing out of the Fifth International Conference on South Asian Linguistics (ICOSAL-5), held at Moscow, Russia in July 2003. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass (MLBD Series in Linguistics, XVI). 274-303.

Peterson, John. 2008. “Kharia.”  In: Gregory D.S. Anderson (ed.), The Munda Languages. London / New York. [Routledge Language Family Series]. 434-507.

Peterson, John. 2009. A Kharia-English Lexicon. Himalayan Linguistics, Archive 5. i-xv, 1-212.

Peterson, John. 2010. "Language contact in Jharkhand. Linguistic convergence between Munda and Indo-Aryan in eastern central India." Himalayan Linguistics 9.2: 56-86.

Peterson, John. 2011. A Grammar of Kharia. A South Munda Language. Leiden: Brill. (Brill’s Studies in South and Southwest Asian Languages, 1).

Peterson, John. 2011. Kharia Texts. Glossed, translated and annotated. Language Description Heritage - Open Access Library

Peterson, John. 2011. ““Words” in Kharia - Phonological, morpho-syntactic, and “orthographical” aspects.” Geoffrey L.J. Haig, Nicole Nau, Stefan Schnell & Claudia Wegener (eds.), Documenting Endangered Languages. Achievements and Perspectives. Berlin / Boston: De Gruyter Mouton (Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs, 240). 89-119.

Peterson, John. 2011. “Aspects of Kharia grammar: A Role and Reference Grammar approach.” In Rajendra Singh & Ghanshyam Sharma (eds.), Annual Review of South Asian Languages and Linguistics. 2011. Berlin / Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. (Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs, 241). 81-124.

Peterson, John. 2013. "Parts of Speech in Kharia. A formal account." Jan Rijkhoff & Eva van Lier (eds.), Flexible Word Classes. Typological Studies of Underspecified Parts of Speech. Oxford: Oxford University Press. S. 131-168.

Peterson, John. in press. "Figuratively speaking - number in Kharia." To appear in Anne Storch & Gerrit J. Dimmendaal (eds.), Number in Africa and Beyond: Grammar, Semantic and Social Deixis.24 pp.

Peterson, John. in press. “The “totality” morpheme -may in Kharia.” Ram Dayal Munda (ed.). Felicitation Volume for Norman Zide.Pre-publication copy available from the author

Pinnow, Heinz-Jürgen. 1954. “Grundzüge einer Phonetik der Kharia Sprache.” Unpublished Manuscript, Berlin

Pinnow, Heinz-Jürgen. 1959. Versuch einer historischen Lautlehre der Kharia-Sprache. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz

Pinnow, Heinz-Jürgen. 1965. Kharia-Texte (Prosa und Poesie). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Pinnow, Heinz-Jürgen. 1965. “Der Wertiger und andere Texte, aufgezeichnet von Junas Kullu, übersetzt und mitgeteilt unter Mitwirkung von Paulus Kerketta.” Indo-Iranian Journal 9/1:32-68

prasAd, svarNalatA. no date. khaRiyA vArtAlAp nirdeSikA. rAMcI: bihAr jan jAtIya kalyAN Sodh saMsthAn

Priya, Salonee. 2000. Causatives in Kharia, Kurux and Santhali. A Case of Language Convergence in Jharkhand. M.Phil. Dissertation, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Rehberg, Kerstin. 2003. Phonologie des Kharia. Prosodische Strukturen und segmentales Inventar. Universität Osnabrück, Germany. Unpublished Master’s thesis

Roy, Sarat Chandra & Ramesh Chandra Roy. 1937. The Khâr.iâs. Ranchi

sâhu, r. p. 1979. khar.iyâ vyâkaran.. râ~cî: khar.iyâ vibhâg, gosnar kâlej

sâhu, r.p. 1986. de´s-vide´s me~ kha.riyâ rîti (Protoaustraloid Group). râ~cî: satya bhâratî

Schafer, R. 1960. Review of H.-J. Pinnow, Versuch einer Historischen Lautlehre der Kharia Sprache. Word, 16

Sinha, Dikshit. 1984. The Hill Kharia of Purulia. Impact of Poverty on a Hunting and Gathering Tribe. Calcutta: Anthropological Survey (???) (Anthropological Survey of India, Memoir no. 59)

Soreng, S.J. 1978. Kharia Da, Kharia Culture. Ranchi: Catholic Press

Srivastava, N.P. 1976. A Comparative Study of Social Organisations of the Dhelki Kharia and Doodh Kharia of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar Respectively. M.A. Field Dissertation, University of Ranchi

Stampe, D.L. 1964. “Proto-Kharia-Juang Phonology” Unpublished Manuscript

Stampe, D.L. & Norman Herbert Zide. 1968. “The Place of Kharia-Juang in the Munda family” Bh. Krishnamurti (ed.).  Studies in Indian Linguistics, Emeneau Sastipurti Volume. 370-77

Tete, Peter, S.J.. 1990. The Kharias and the History of the Catholic Church in Biru. Ranchi: St. Albert’s College, Faculty of Theology

Upadhyay, Vijay Shankar. 2001. Hill Kharia / Sabar. Ranchi: Jharkhand Tribal Welfare Research Institute

Vidyarthi, L.P. & V.S. Upadhyay. 1979. Kharia Re-Study. New Delhi: Concept Publishers

Vidyarthi, L.P & V.S. Upadhyay. 1980. The Kharia. Then and Now. A comparative study of Hill, Dhelki and Dudh Kharia of the Central Eastern Region of India. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.