Excerpt from Hindi Grammar
In 1896, my Grammar of Modern Hindi was published by the -te Dr. Lazarus at his Medical Hall Press, Benares. Another edition, revised and slightly enlarged, was published at the same Press in 1908. Finding that the second edition was nearly exhauste... d, I decided not to revise and republish the old work but to prepare a new Grammar. Over 20 years of further residence and work in India ought, I felt, to enable me t produce a better book. Such an attempt has been made. A comparison of the two Grammars will make mar 1fest the fact that there are great differences in the two books, and it is hoped that these changes are for the better in 16: way of clearness and simplicity.
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