A Practical Sanskrit Introductory by Wikner.Ch.

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Since the noun endings de ne the relationship to the verb, the word order is not important as contrasted with English where it is, and allows the poet for example, to juggle the word order to t the rules of scansion. Normally however, the verb is found at the end of the sentence, and the subject precedes the object and destination, as in the above example. 5. b Practise pronouncing the rst ten consonants vya~njana, as well as reading and writing them in Roman script and devanagar . c Translate the following sentences into English: 1.

The man leads the horse by means of fruit. 9.  to the girls for the man. 10.  from the tree. A We have examined how to write a consonant that is followed by any vowel, now we consider how to write a consonant that is followed by no vowel at all. 1 Halanta Consonants The adjective halanta is derived from hal a technical term referring to any consonant, and anta `end', so halanta means `ending in a consonant'. Thus the letter pa for example, without its following a sound, namely p, is called `halanta pa'.

Ru & hr. 46 A Practical Sanskrit Introductory Where the embellishment is above the letter itself with or without the addition of a following vertical bar, namely for i  e o ai au, these should link to the character where it joins the top horizontal bar, and where the character meets the bar more than once, to the rightmost junction. e These syllables are connected together to form words: they are literally connected by the horizontal bar. 2 History of Vowel Embellishment It bothers some students that, in a script read from left to right, there should be the seeming anomaly that ki  ;a;k  for example, is written back to front as it were, with the i-sign before the consonant.

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