An Introduction to Sanskrit Grammar

An Introduction to Sanskrit Grammar

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Book Specification

Item Code: AZE703
Author: Manish Kumar Pathak
Edition: 2011
ISBN: 9788180900372
Pages: 292
Other Details 9.00x6.00
Weight 480 gm

Book Description

About the Book
The present book is oriented with modern way of presentation. It is unique in simplicity, beauty and charm. Those who want to study Sanskrit language in the school and university, or in the home, will enjoy his books.

The author has put in evolving a new method of teaching and pronouncing of the vowels and consonants and thereby making it easier for those who do not know Sanskrit or any other Indian language, to learn in through English. It is a great contribution has made to the cause of Sanskrit learning. Both his understanding and approach, reveal a rare dedication to the Sanskrit language and desire to help the student to learn this great classical language.

This Book deals with the teaching of Devanagari alphabets in new method. Hiforts will make Sanskrit popular and easy for beginners of the Sanskrit students.

Our purpose in studying this highly inflective ancient language of non-verbal communion is to feel the meanings of the terms and not to rely solely on translations or sectarian points of view. The basic terms are intensified inwardly when you can recognize the verbal root energy forms springing forth from the construes. Keep in mind the importance of the vowel changes, the prefixes, suffixes and infixes for the terms. and above all be sure to review the propositional prefixes in the terms.

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 first language were onomatopoetic, reproducing the sounds of nature. By human usage and long custom these became understood as the means of conveying the human thoughts, needs and wishes.

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 psycho logy, the level of human consciousness in and 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.

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