by Sanskrit Students — It is the lines tNLIKHk. for beginnen. Taun INLA Egenes. Thomas. Egenes. ‘re ifileteHiel li d-l–liottie leittiliit nil alihi itiikkiliilili Introduction to Sanskrit, Part 1 has 47 ratings and 6 reviews. Azaghedi said: This is a great tool for those who want to learn Sanskrit but lack a very t. Dr. Egenes is Professor of Maharishi Vedic Science and Sanskrit. He earned an MA and PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia; an MA in.
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Brandon rated it it was amazing Sep 07, No matter what you do, it’s not going to be easy. Hopefully some of these difficulties will be allayed as I move into Part 2 of Egenes’s textbook.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Egenes has the right balance between morphology and usage.
Lists with This Book. Charis rated it really liked it Jan 28, Selected pages Title Page. And I think it is noteworthy that the Devanagari always is accompanied by transliteration in this volume, to make the student comfortable at all times. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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Grammar Verb prefixes and the imperfect active. Everything is conjugated, including nouns and verbs, and there are seven cases, three genders, and three pluralities singular, dual and plural. However they’re easy to recognise and to work out, e.
Finally, and most vexing of all, is the feature called sandhi. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Garrett Bailey rated it it was amazing Sep 26, But he also takes pedagogy seriously. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.
Introduction to Sanskrit, Part 1
The text is very good. Krishna rated it liked it Jan 14, In addition to the grammar, Part 2 also contains one verse from the Bhagavad-gita in each chapter, as well as a more complete selection of reference tables at the end of the book showing different types of paradigms, such as verb endings, noun endings, pronouns, numerals, etc.
The only thing about examples is that one might have wished that there were just as many as Deshpande but that, of course, would have made the book substantially longer. I haven’t studied Greek or Latin. The benefit of sandhi is it accurately reflects the way words are pronounced. But be patient, soon you can read Bhagavad Gita without too much trouble, beginning somewhere in volume 2. It has the grammatical complexities of Latin and Greek, amplified to a greater degree.
This particular book had several pages missing and the binding is coming apart. This is a great tool for those who want to learn Sanskrit but lack a very thorough understanding of linguistics. Egene’s “Introduction to Sanskrit” is a godsend to the student of Sanskrit, and I’d encourage anyone interested in learning the language to study with it before moving on to any other text. The text gently leads the beginner through small steps with clear, concise explanations.
Buy the selected items together This item: Return to Book Page. Egenes does take sandhi very seriously. And with this book, I was able to get going, without a teacher or class and it’s not painful.
Your full concentration can go to forms and drills, without additional burden to your memory by words. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Because of its relatively wide design 19 cm wideand because of a nice layout with wide margins and relatively big typefaces, the text always feels inviting to read; and because of the wide margins there is always lots of space for making notes. Egenes knows how to make things intelligible in a concise, readable way, and does not overwhelm the student with too much information at the time. May 27, Mac rated it it was amazing.
This self-teaching guide presents Sanskrit pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary in simple and systematic steps, allowing students to easily master the fundamentals of this enchanting language. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. No trivia or quizzes yet. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
The text gently leads the beginner through small steps with clear, concise explanations. Egenes uses both Roman transliteration and Devanagari throughout. Arnaldo rated it liked it May 14, After going through Part 1 Part 2 of his series focuses mostly on reading practice and prosody, I believeyou will be ready to move on to a more traditional, dense textbook, like Goldman’s “Devavanipravesika,” Coulson’s “Teach Yourself Sanskrit,” Desphande’s “SamskrtaSubodhini,” etc.
Showing of 53 reviews. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. Introduction to Sanskrit, Part 1 Part: He does not go on and on about a thousand varieties of infixes, affixes, suffixes, and exceptions to the rules: Further the book has a nice, sturdy feel to it and prints largely so it is easy to read.