A history of Sanskrit language
Ajanta Book International, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 389 pages
What Happens To A Community`S Ordering Of Reality When It Attempts To Redefine Its Political Legitimizing Process In Terms Of Its Religious Orientation? The Purpose Of This Study Is To Examine This Question In The Related Societies Of Medieval South India And Sri Lanka.
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THE VEDIC PERIOD
its origins 2 The LidoIraman Language3 The Language
Vocabulary of the Rgveda18 Origins of the Vocabulary
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aorist Apabhramsa archaisms Asvaghosa Atharvaveda attested authors on Poetics bhdsya Brahmanas BSOS Buddhist Calcutta century B.C. characteristics Classical clauses commentary composed derived dialect didactic drama Dravidian Edition Epics example exists expression fact gerund grammar grammarians hybrid hymns ibid idam Indian inscriptions Jaina JAOS Kalidasa Katyayana Kavya kdrikds kdvya Keith Kleine Schriften later Leipzig less linguistic literary literature long compounds Mahabharata mantras meaning Melanges metre Middle-Indic Mlecchas morphology narrative Nirukta nominal notes nouns original ornate Pali Panini Paris particularly passages Patanjali perhaps personal verb phonetic poems poetry poets Prakrit present preserved preverbs prose Puranas Raghuvamsa Ramayana rare regards Renou reprinted in Kleine Rgveda ritual Samhita sandhi Sanskrit language semantic sentence Sistas specific Specimen speech stanzas Studies style suffix sutra syntax texts tradition translation Upanisads upto usage utilised Veda Vedic language Vedic period verses vocabulary words WZKM ZDMG