Surinam Hindustani pubs. (Was: Gita)
Anna A. Slaczka
annamisia at YAHOO.COM
Thu Jan 15 20:29:59 UTC 2009
As far as I know there isn't much, if any. Sarnami is slowly being replaced by the Dutch, especially in the youngest generation. Hindus from Suriname understand also Hindi, thanks to the Bollywood films for example. I think that one can buy Sarnami books on 'popular subjects' in the 'Indian shops' in The Hague or Rotterdam, but I never tried that. There was (and still is?) a news program called 'Sarnami Magazine' in Sarnami language, but the magazine (paper) of the Surinam Hindus, Lalla Rookh, is published in Dutch.
--- On Thu, 1/15/09, Allen W Thrasher <athr at LOC.GOV> wrote:
> From: Allen W Thrasher <athr at LOC.GOV>
> Subject: Surinam Hindustani pubs. (Was: Gita)
> To: INDOLOGY at liverpool.ac.uk
> Date: Thursday, January 15, 2009, 9:04 PM
> Anna and Victor,
> Do either of you know, or know who would know, whether
> there is much publishing in Surinam Hindustani (Sarnami) in
> the Netherlands, and where to acquire it?
> Allen W. Thrasher, Ph.D.
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