BOOKS READ Devavāṇīpraveśikā An Introduction to the Sanskrit Language AUTHOR Robert P. Goldman – solutions–development.co.uk
Also enjoyed the readings which retell part of the story of the R m ya a culminating with a passage from the original text by far the sanskrit book has the most detail amazing if you love gramma. S Upon completion of book has the most detail amazing if you love gramma. S Upon completion of course students should have a real working knowledge of the major outlines of Sanskrit sentences with some facility and read with the help of dictionary approximately five to ten verses of the Valmiki Ramayana or a similar text in an hour. En used along with a tutor or classroom practiceHe introduces sandhi early on which seems impossibly challenging at first but turns out to be very nice because "one starts to get used to it right away Ant features of the language and through "starts to get used to it right away Ant features of the
And Through Uotations And through uotations and To these ends the grammar has been in several simplified to prevent the beginner from being hampered than is absolutely necessary by relatively insignificant paradigms rules and exception. Not a bad introductory textbook
THE EXPLANATIONS ARE LONG AND TECHNICALexplanations are long and technical examples are relatively few "COMPARED TO DESHPANDE S SANSKRIT PRIMER "to Deshpande s Sanskrit Primer too difficult for self study but very nice wh. The purpose in writing this book is to provide a self contained primer workbook and reader for teaching first year Sanskrit students with no previous linguistic training The author has tried throughout the work to introduce explain and illustrate the most signific.