MILTNER, Vladimír. Plzeň 6.7.1933 — Mathura 13.1.1997. Czech Indologist (Sanskrit and Hindi Scholar). Studies in Prague and Paris. Ph.D. Worked as research scholar of the Czech Academy, with a long break from the early 1970s to the beginning of the 1990s.
Publications: Early Hindi Morphology and Syntax. 67 p. Dissert. Orientales Univ. Carolinae 6. Prague 1966 (according to the Uktivyaktiprakaraṇa of Dāmodara, early 12th century).
– “Old Braj Morphology in the Bihārī-Satsaī”, ArO 30, 1962, 494-504; “From OIA Passive to NIA Active”, Asian & Afr. Studies (Bratislava) 1, 1965, 143-146; “Syntactic structure of Hindi in Synchrony and Diachrony compared”, Anantapāram… Fs. Słuszkiewicz 1974, 143-166; “Ergative constructions in Indo-Aryan”, Sambodhi 5:2-3, 1976 (A. N. Upadhye Mem. issue), 110-120; further articles on Hindī.
– The Hindi sentence structure in the works of Tulsīdās. 57 p. Delhi 1967.
– translated: Nala a Damajanti. 149 p. Lyra pragensis. Praha 1977.
– Hindī Aṣṭādhyāyī or Hindi Vade mecum. Ed. by J. Vacek. 89 p. Prague 2000.
– Several books in Czech.
Sources: Vacek, preface to Hindī Aṣṭādhyāyī; *Czech Wikipedia.
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