However, very similar forms are found in many other modern Indo-Aryan languages, and there is Prakrit riccha-.
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MoIA stands for Modern Indo-Aryan (linguistics)
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Sinhala has, as Fritz notes, the longest continuous literary and lithic tradition of any modern Indo-Aryan language, and there has been considerable work in Sinhala historical linguistics, beginning primarily with the pioneering and impressive works of Wilhelm Geiger (who also published on Dhivehi), followed by others.
Maithili, however, has been recognized as an autonomous modern Indo-Aryan language of India by the Sahitya Akaderni since 1965.
in Masica's admirable book, The Indo-Aryan Languages |Cambridge, 1991~, 342) that "there is no trace of ergativity in Dravidian," a great silence reigns, even though some Tibetan languages, Burushaski, modern Indo-Aryan, Australian languages, perhaps even Malay, surround Dravidian with their ergativity or 'split/quasi ergativity' (Indo-Aryan); is there not a suggestion of a problem here?
Das, of the University of Hamburg, otherwise known for his contributions to modern Indo-Aryan studies and (Vrksa-) Ayurveda.