Dedicated to learning Sanskrit, the cardinal aim of this blog is to give the reader direct access to ancient Scriptures, Śāstras, Literature, Philosophy and so on. The approach is primarily grammatical, but opinion pieces will inevitably feature. I approach the Scriptures with respect, but from a historical, social and mythical point of view. If you are looking for swooning devotion, this is not the blog for you.
Friday, 24 July 2015
Revise the past perfect with रामायण सुन्दरकाण्ड 10.54
Beginners, especially Hindi speakers, request you to pronounce the 'a' at the end of every 'a' ending word: cucumb-a, jagām-a, nanand-a, cikrīḍ-a etc.
Hanumān’s delight upon thinking that he has found the kidnapped Sitā:-