A Vedic Grammar for Students

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1916 - Vedic language - 508 pages
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The present work is to a great extent based on the author's large Vedic Grammar. It is however, by no means simply and abridgement of that work. For besides being differently arranged so as to agree with the scheme of his other work Sanskrit Grammar it contains much matter excluded from the Vedic Grammar. It adds a full treatment of Vedic Syntax and an account of the Vedic meters. Thus it constitutes a supplement to the Vedic Grammar. (Reprinted)
 

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Contents

IE IndoEuropean
7
EUPHONIC COMBINATION
20
DECLENSION
49
ind indicative mood
62
with Two Stems with Three Stems Vowel Stems
117
middle voice
161
Conditional The Passive Participles GerundIn
207
NOMINAL STEM FORMATION
254
SYNTAX
283
Pronouns Use of the CasesLocative and Genitive
368
Vedic Metre 436447
436
The Vedic Accent 448469
448
Vedic Index 471498
471
General Index 499508
499
P Parasmaipada active voice
506
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