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Pali is a liturgical language.walkart wrote:Hello dear knowers of pali,
Pali is a dead linguage, can pali be revived and be applied in everyday live?
We have anought information about pali to revive it?
If YES, why nobody realise this project?
tiltbillings wrote:Pali is a liturgical language.
If you want to make Pali an "everyday language," that is not out of the realm of possibilities, but with whom are you going to speak it?walkart wrote:tiltbillings wrote:Pali is a liturgical language.
You mean that pali is a sacred language and we can't make of pali a everyday language? Or that pali is strictly liturgical language and because of that our knowledges about pali are not complete to revive it?
tiltbillings wrote:]If you want to make Pali an "everyday language," that is not out of the realm of possibilities, but with whom are you going to speak it?
TheNoBSBuddhist wrote:walkart, please see this thread too:
can people who are pali experts converse in it?
bharadwaja wrote:That is an interesting suggestion. There are already thousands of speakers of this language in India... Maybe you mean to suggest that we start such a community in the West?
That wouldn't be called a revival, though.
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