• Les langues indo-iraniennes des Pamirs et de l'Hindou Kouch by François Jacquesson, in Cahiers d'Asie centrale (2004)
• Specimens of the Dardic or Piśācha languages, including Kāshmiri, in Linguistic survey of India by George Abraham Grierson (1919)
• Encylopædia Iranica : Dardestān
• Tense and aspect systems in Dardic Languages: a comparative study, by Hanna Rönnqvist (2013)
The Dardic languages constitute a branch of the Indo-Iranian languages. These languages are spoken in northern Pakistan, India in Kashmir, and a part of north-eastern Afghanistan.
This region is also called Dardistan: the country of the Dards. This name of people is quoted among the historians of Antiquity: Δαράδραι (Darádrai) for Ptolemy, Δέρδαι (Dérdai) for Strabo, Dardae for Pliny the Elder.
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