Sanskrit - its grammar and antiquity

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 2 Oct 2015 Article/Essay
Relevance of Sanskrit in Contemporary Society
By B Mahadevan
Professor at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore in 2003

..."The first and the most important and dominant theme, in the last two to three years is that if you talk anything about Sanskrit, then it is immediately brand... Read More
 9 May 2015 Rare BOOKS
Digital Rare Book:
The Student's English-Sanskrit Dictionary
By Vaman Shivaram Apte, 1858-1892
Published by Radhabai Atmaram Sagoon, Bombay - 1893

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Vaman Shivaram Apte came from a well-to-do family in Konkan. In ... Read More
 9 May 2015 Article/Essay
The Audacity of Sanskrit
By Shashikant Joshi

Why we need to study the mother of all languages.

Language carries its culture with it. English books will have Shakespeare, Wordsworth and others whom I have not read. I am yet to finish many great Indian authors. Chinese books wi... Read More
 23 Jan 2015
The grammar of lions
By Salma Mahmud
The Friday Times - 2013

The aplomb with which the great grammarian Panini met his gory death at the hands of a ferocious lion is a lesson to us all. That ancient collection of animal fables, the Panchatantra, c. 3rd century BC, mentions his death as ... Read More
 23 Jan 2015 Rare BOOKS
Digital Rare Book:
The Ashtadhyayi of PANINI
Translated into English by Srisa Chandra Vas
Published by Sindhu Charan Bose, at the Panini Office in Benares - 1897
Volume 6
In Sanskrit

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Panini was born in Shalatula, a town near to Attock on the Indus river... Read More
 31 Mar 2014 Rare BOOKS
Digital Rare Book:
Report of a second tour in search of Sanskrit manuscripts made in Rajputana and Central India in 1904-5 and 1905-6
By Shridhar R. Bhandarkar
Printed at The Government Central Press, Bombay - 1907

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