The first is the language of Panehanada, or Panjab, a province watered by the five celebrated rivers which fall into the Sindhu. ... in this dialect; as the Dhurpads and regular Rags are Hindi; and Rekhtah, l in the language of the court of Hindustan. ... It derives its name from the cow-pens (oraja) and dairies in the forest of VrindAc, where Krishna was educated among the wives and daughters of the cowherdsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Miscellaneous Essays by H.T. Colebrooke|