The Elements of Sanskrit Grammar: A Manual for Beginners

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American Methodist Episcopal Church Press, 1884 - Sanskrit language - 93 pages
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Page 1 - I have shared it with the hope that it may be as useful to others as it has been to me.
Page 7 - The short vowel 41 is regarded as inherent in every consonant, and needs never to be expressed except at the begining of a word, e. д.. ^Ц*)«р, damanalcam. Any other vowel written after a consonant takes the place of inherent ЧИ as in ЗДП «fin«.
Page 72 - In this and succeeding exercises the words are to be found in- the vocabulary at the end of the book.

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