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Sanskrit Grammar - Basic

Course Taught by: 
Sanhita Joshi
Sanhita Joshi is a Gold medalist and Mumbai University Topper at Masters and Bachelors Examination of Sanskrit. Her specialisation is in Sanskrit Grammar. Currently Sanhita is Visiting Faculty at Sanskrit Department of Mumbai University. She has teaching experience of almost five years. She wants to contribute for the spread and growth of this ancient yet extremely scientific language and Open Pathshala is one way for her to do so!
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To master any language, study of its grammar is considered to be very important. Rather we can say, grammar acts as a backbone of any language. Similarly, if you study and master the grammar of Sanskrit, you can easily read any Sanskrit text and Shlokas. So here in all these tutorials an attempt is made to explain all basic grammar rules of Sanskrit. This will surely help you to read, understand and also write in Sanskrit easily.

This course is the first part of Sanskrit Grammar trilogy that consists of - Basic, Intermediate and Advanced courses. Here, you can learn topics such as Introduction to Sanskrit Grammar, Sandhi, Kaaraka, Verbs (Present and Past tense), Indeclinables, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Prefixes and a lot more. This course is effective for studying class 8 Sanskrit Grammar of SSC board as it has been designed keeping in mind all the topics of class 8 Sanskrit Grammar. This could turn out to be an excellent entry point to start learning Sanskrit!

 

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sbiyer's picture

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Started course on 20 March 2015
Could you kindly consider adding additional video modules on the the following:

१. समास:

२. अलडंकाराः

३. छन्धः

४. श्लोकेषु अन्वयक्रमः

These are important areas in Sanskrit Grammar. I know the video preparation will take time but the effort is worth it - for posterity.

Regards

govindkelkar@gmail.com's picture

4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
It would have been nice if it was possible to download the videos and learn at own pace.
kaladhar's picture

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I started yesterday. 8.10.2016. Though i attend regular sanskrit class physically thie claruity i get here is not available anywhere. Physical classes are distracting and tiring. Here im able to concentrate better.
i hope to finish this course  shortly.
Is there any practice sessions for testing our progress?,
any test sessions? 
regards
N.Muralidharan
apkrishnadas's picture

5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
First of all these videos are awesome! Very easy to understand and follow. I already reccomended this to a few friends... I am wondering what program you are using for your presentations...it is very nice. Thanks, Atma
karatevenkatesan's picture

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Excellent Explanations
Pietro's picture

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i love sanskrit