- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: Universal Theory Research Centre (2010)
- Language: Hindi
- ISBN-10: 8192037304
- ISBN-13: 978-8192037301
- Package Dimensions: 23.9 x 16 x 3 cm
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Theory of Phonosemantics (Hindi) Hardcover – 2010
The book is presenting a new theory in the field of the linguistic science. According to the theory, every sound in this universe represents a specific meaning allotted by nature. All the languages of this world evolved because of these specific meanings of the sounds or phonemes. The theory provides the semantic values of all usable IPA (International Phonetic Alphabets) and Devanagari phonemes. To prove the correctness of the semantics, we have provided a Phonosemantics Dictionary, having around 1700 words of Hindi, English, and other world's languages.
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When being highly abstract, the theory can be learned easily and used widely by non-linguists thus developing their multicultural awareness.