Sanskrit Bhagavad-Gita Grammar

17 июля 2017 - Гомонова Марина
Sanskrit Bhagavad-Gita Grammar



An introductory Course based on Srimad Bhagavatam and Srila Gosvami's Sri Harinamamrta-vyakaranam.

An excellent introduction to Sanskrit. It explains the Sanskrit alphabet, basics of grammar, and conversation. Originally printed first in 2001, the reprinted edition of 2005 includes an exercise book in A4, which is the volume 2. Learn to write the letters and ligatures, reading and writing exercises, samjna and other meters, sandhi and sandhi-sutras, declension, conjugation, and grammar.

compiled by Harivenu Das ( Heiko Kretschmer).

This is part three of the Bhagavat-Gita Grammar, now the complete Bhagavad-gita verse by verse:

Verse (Devanagari), Anvaya (syntax), Anuvada (translation), Vyutpatti (derivation); and the Subodhini – commentary of Sridhara Svami, a Vaisnava Acarya who lived in the fourteenth century.

The translations are taken from the Bhagavad-gita As It Is, by AC Bhaktivedanta Svami Prabhupada.

These are the complete 18 chapters.

Includes Appendix 1: Devanagari Verse index; Appendix 2: Devanagari Word index; Appendix 3: Dhatu list; Latin transliteration Sanskrit – Devanagari – English – Latin transliteration Sanskrit – and its forms; Appendix 4: Tables & Family/Dynasty tree

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