An Introduction to Sanskrit Grammar

An Introduction to Sanskrit Grammar

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Author: Manish Kumar Pathak
Publisher: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan
Year: 2004
Language: multilingual
Pages: 286
ISBN/UPC (if available): 81-8090-037-1


The Indic Philosophy is perhaps the most intensified reason why so many students in the Occidental countries want to learn Sanskrit. Due to its inner-non-verbal implosive meaning of the philosophical terms and ancient sacred texts, one will find this text a gentle means for feeling the concepts and not having to rely upon translations.

The Sanskrit language was developed by means of affixes, prefixes, suffixes, and so on. It was continued on by the word of mouth tradition of the Brahmins, and was not written down until the Sage Panini set forth the grammatical writings.

Sanskrit has words for the higher teachings of the inner mysteries of the Soul and Spirit the many after-death states, the origin and destiny of worlds and of man, human psychology, the level of human consciousness in the above the human stage, and a storehouse of philosophical and religious terminology. Every term is a living symbol of one of the Eternal Vibrations of Nature. It is a revealed language scholastically substantiated to around 3,000 BC, and even older within the ancient Vedic texts.

This book includes exercises of both Sanskrit to English and English to Sanskrit with an appendix of the answer to help guide the student. Also at the end is a series of intensely interesting verbal glossaries of a comparative nature to expand the students appreciation.



Devanagari : The Alphabet and the Script
The Devanagari Script
Introduction to the First Conjugation
Introduction to Cardinal Numbers
Introduction to the IV Conjugation
Introduction to Sixth Conjugation
Recapitulation of "Vowl-Sandhi"
Rules continued
Feminine Nouns in -a and -I
Masculine and Feminine Nouns
Introduction to the Perfect Tense

Appendix A, B, and C
Verbal Parts Glossary