ianr wrote:Dear Varun
I am happy - and grateful - to inform you that your improved additions to the notes have made this lesson much easier to assimilate. I speak of machine fonts over handwriting although I strive to get use to it. You also had added some Sanskrit notation that was unknown to me. I don't know whether you have time to make the same adjustments to lesson five that 'appears' more difficult than this one now.
I still haven't been able to access this lesson, so I don't know whether you clarified or reviewed points from lesson 5. With regard to 'effort' needed to make sounds, you included various terms regarding the position of the mouth, which need to be specified more clearly - perhaps by means of a diagram. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make out the words/labels to be able to look them up.
Otherwise, I think it would be interesting and useful to take some time to explain a little more about the way words are constructed. Surely, the key to Sanskrit is that compound words can be broken down into smaller parts. Hence, it would be helpful to work from the smaller parts and how they come together. The point is that I haven't learned Sanskrit yet, so using complex/compound terms in that language is expecting/demanding the near impossible. You seem to expect us to run before we learn how to walk. In sum, the labels you use might be appreciate more if explained linguistically in my humble opinion. Of course, it is highly likely that others can recognise these terms from their own languages:-)
Bye for now
dwija23 wrote:You had said in the video that when you have bhu and tip, you get bhavati. My question is, how do you know that you get bhavati? You could get bhutip, bhutap, etc. How do you know it is bhavati?
VarunKhanna wrote:Dear All,
I hope you were able to find the link to the new lesson in the email I sent out to everyone earlier this week. However, in case you still haven't found it, then you can view the lesson here:
sivam wrote:Dr Varun will make the great revelation soon. I know we have been waiting for the reasons for the 14 Mahesvra sutra which by now we can rap or chant in praise of Lord Shiva.
Hope 6 will be a DREAM....
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