Higher Sanskrit Grammar: Or, Gender and Syntax, with Copious Illustrations from Standard Sanskrit Authors and References to Latin and Greek Grammars

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1879 - Sanskrit language - 306 pages
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Page 137 - Vindhya, to the east of Vinasana, and to the west of Prayaga, is celebrated by the title of Medhyadesa or the central region.
Page 70 - THE COMMA FAULT A simple sentence consists of a single subject and a single predicate, either or both of which may be compound ; for example, "Howard was a great philanthropist.
Page 143 - The partitive genitive is used to denote the whole of which a part is taken.
Page 101 - ... take two accusatives one of the thing and another of the person : "cTTsn??T7T^5rT

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