As Latin is key to the study of Western classics, so Sanskrit is the language of ancient Indian literature. This guide begins with an introduction to the Sanskrit alphabet, followed by a treatment of the accent — its changes in combination, inflection, and tone. Succeeding chapters discuss decl... read more
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As Latin is key to the study of Western classics, so Sanskrit is the language of ancient Indian literature. This guide begins with an introduction to the Sanskrit alphabet, followed by a treatment of the accent — its changes in combination, inflection, and tone. Succeeding chapters discuss declension, conjugation, parts of speech, more.
Reprint of Sanskrit Grammar, Including both the Classical Language, and the Older Dialects, of Veda and Brahmana, published by Ginn and Company, Boston, 1889.
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