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Sanskrit Everyday Words Series:Part1

Everyday Sanskrit Words

दिने दिने संस्कृतम् - Sanskrit Everyday

Names of Sweets in Sanskrit | Learn Sanskrit

Indian sweets have a special place in our hearts. In every festival or ocassion we greet each other with sweets and is an essential part of Indian meals. Learn the translation of sweets and deserts in Sanskrit language with this article (Mithai ke Naam Sanskrit Mein)

Happy Diwali Greetings Message in Sanskrit


Here we have Diwali greetings message in Sanskrit with translation in Hindi and English! 

दीपस्य  प्रकाशः न केवलं  भवतः गृहम्  उज्ज्वालयतु जीवनम् अपि |

Name of Body Parts | learn Sanskrit


10 Human body parts in Sanskrit

This article is lists the body parts of human - being explained with images and translated in Hindi and English.

Potential / Optative Mood (विधिलिङ्लकार) | Learn Sanskrit


Potential Mood:

In this article, you will learn Potential mood in detail in Sanskrit online with free PDF to download.

Samas (समास) in Sanskrit Guide for Beginners | Learn Sanskrit


Samas in Sanskrit Guide

In this article you will learn Samas in Sanskrit in detail with examples, which specifically can be used as reference for Class 10 and higher classes and also for those who wish to get to know this topic.

Voice (प्रयोग) - Everything that you must known | Learn Sanskrit


This article is a summary of Voices (प्रयोग) in Sanskrit with an additional explanation about active (kartari) voice and passive (karmani) voices.

Indeclinables - Avyay (अव्यय) | Learn Sanskrit


Avyay (अव्यय) for beginners :

In this article you will learn about Indeclinables - Avyay (अव्यय)  in sanskrit with list of Avyay which can be used in class 6th to 10th and even for higher classes. 

1. धिक् – hatred – Vocative, Accusative

A Complete Reference for Prefixes (Upasarg) | Learn Sanskrit


Prefixes (Upasarga)

The following article contains brief about Prefixes in Sanskrit which is explained with the help of examples even can be used for class 9/10 or school and or college level studies.

Past Tense | Lang lakar | लङ्लकार | - Learn Sanskrit


 Past Tense in Sanskrit for beginners :

You will learn about past tense (lang laakaar/लङ्लकार)  with examples and tips of how to construct sentences in the past tense.