pankaj10312 wrote:One, when we use the PRATYAHARA अण how to know it is the ण of row 1 vs 6 in the Maheshwara sutras?
pankaj10312 wrote:Also, if you could explain the significance of the small line under it. Somehow, I could not get it on the key board.
kmksde1974 wrote:The little line under it is halanth.क्
ckpatel wrote:Question about second sutra halantyam (1.3.3) : This borrows two words upadese and it from the previous sutra upadese janunasikah it. How do we know it borrows those two words?
shahs2 wrote:Our's is the same question as another vidyarthi, for "halantyam (1.3.3). This sūtra says, hal antyam. And
from the previous sūtra, it borrows two words: upadeśe and it." How do we know, first of all, that this sutra needs to borrow? And if so, which portions to borrow?
banibha wrote:While doing the Anupurbis and attaching the 'it' flag, I was wondering why we are doing these, and why can't we use the clean verbs in the first place. And from where we are getting these unclean verbs? I don't know the meaning of most of them. Please explain and I just can't wait to see how the clean verbs looks like.
Vasishta wrote:Dear Varun-ji, thank you for providing actual examples in lesson seven, makes it much easier to follow.
I would like to sum up my understanding of the rules for marking a root with "it"
Since all roots which end in nasalised vowels and all "hal" consonants are marked, the only things which are excluded from being marked are all non nasalised vowels. Is this correct? Hari Om Ester
kmksde1974 wrote:Namo namaha, Varun Khanna mahodaya,
In the home work of L 7, some Dhatus ends with vowel,but there is no anuswara.Then it is not possible to treat it as इत् .
Then what is to be done ? As you said इत् will be considered in the condition of 1) ends with हल्। Example. ट् २) ends with vowel with anuswara example अँ
aprasana wrote:Hari Om
Homework related question
is this correct?
For #32 - Au + Am + va + ra ...
Are there 2 ita samjnas
im + na
thanks and regards,
pankaj10312 wrote:Looking at week 3 Homework, in making a Pratyahar, do we not include a letter with a halant?
Like in ह ल , we did not include ट with the halant.
In week 7 homework, pretty much all the 50 Dhatus are ending either in nasalized Vowel requiring it , or ह ल consonant requiring it, in some places, we need to insert it , for a nasalized vowel in between!
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