Maulyar means spring. A document that has been prepared by combining synonyms of Uttarakhandi languages (Garhwali, Kumaoni and Jaunsari). In the lingua francais by Dr Bihari Lal Jalandhari. In this book, he has selected the words of the three languages by integrating them, which have similar meanings but there is a slight difference in their pronunciation. Which can be understood and written after very little effort.
Explain that Uttarakhand was divided into three parts (Garhwal, Kumaon, and Jaunsar). On the basis of the above-mentioned three languages due to this linguistic distinction. Dr. Jalandhari has done this innovative experiment to bridge this linguistic gap. After a long time, his efforts and the wish of many well-meaning friends like me, who have the intention of resolving this minor linguistic difference, will be fulfilled.
I feel that his efforts are flourishing. Because according to Dr. Jalandhari, by accepting the integration of these three languages, some residents of 17 states of the country have started teaching people of Uttarakhand origin at their own level.
Efforts and Obstacle
If this effort of the writer, who has been facing opposition since the beginning of his endeavor, was successful, then it can truly prove to be a #Maulyaar in the context of Uttarakhand and at the same time, the long-awaited intention of the writer will go a long way. Well, the author has brought a new twist to the Uttarakhand government, linguists and academics by presenting this book. Along with this, it has also become a subject of intense discussion.
What will be the result of this, it is difficult to say anything clearly. It will all depend on the decision of the scholars and the Uttarakhand government. But as far as I believe this innovative use by the author in clearing the minor differences between the above mentioned three languages and all the three areas can prove to be effective.
I applaud and support Dr. Jalandhari Ji’s efforts and wish him all success in his mission.