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A Sanskrit Primer Part: Work on this book began inand now almost two generations of Professor Deshpande’s students have used successively improved versions.
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Most importantly, this does not cover all grammar. Learn to read, write, speak and understand a new language Teach Yourself. I also like Egenes’ Into. Thus, the only words that need to be typeset in Devanagari are the words of the examples, and those connected to the examples.
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The book has plenty of exercises and vocabulary in all chapters. Page 1 1 Start over Page 1 1. This is a very nice book, especially in terms of its many examples, and concise explanations of the grammar.
Devanagari One good thing about this book is that it partly respects the student who does not know Devanagari at the outset. Introduction to Sanskrit, Part 1. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward ssnskrit audience, and attract new followers and customers. Boost your yoga practice and master the art of comprehensive sequencing with this must read book for every yoga practitioner. The book’s examples include many modified versions of classical Sanskrit passages from epic texts such as The Mahabharata and The Ramayana.
The single biggest problem with this book is the lack of index. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. This zanskrit an excellent book. The author states in the introduction that this book is not meant for self-study and that it is expected that a knowledgeable teacher is available to answer any questions — and, presumably, to check the answers to the exercises.
Authors Instructors Media Booksellers Librarians. You are commenting using your Twitter account. This book is way better than Perry’s Sanskrit Primer; There are way more exercises for each chapter, many more illustrative examples, and by the way, he also addresses syntax. View or edit your browsing history.
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He instead uses the Devanagari both for the example words and for the Sanskrit grammar terms, which is confusing; it almost feels like he is mixing up two completely different categories of words: This is my second year of really focused learning.
With clear and concise descriptions, together with many short and focused examples, he succeeds, on the most part, in providing a very readable account of Sanskrit.
One person found this helpful. This book introduces grammar in a totally different fashion.
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The learning curve in this book is too steep and not useful for self study. Hope this helps anyone who wants a Sanskrit book but doesn’t want to go through a few lemons before finding a good text.
Fifth Printing presumably with corrected typos, as in the Fourth Printing edition Binding: If you really want to learn Sanskrit or any language really well, be prepared to buy a lot of books because they all have their strong points; so where one lacks, the other will fill in the blanks. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. See and discover other items: The complete lack of index and reference tables is a disaster. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. However and this is no downer on this textEgenes has some interesting info.
It also simplifies the process of learning Sanskrit by dissociating this language-learning process from the heavy burdens imposed both by the tradition of Indo-European linguistics and the tradition of indigenous Sanskrit grammarians in India. Get to Know Us. There are several aspects of this. Although the formation of words suffixes, infixes, verb conjugation, noun and pronoun declension, sandhi, etc.