ckpatel wrote:Hello Varun ji!
Your assertive, clear and patient way of taking the students on the path of Sanskrit grammar learning is simply commendable! At times the pace may seem slow, but given the number of students and that too with varying background, and mostly novice (like me) as far as Sanskrit grammar is concerned, is totally justifiable! Keep it up!
Now, having reached the end of it-samhna-prakaranam, a question comes to my mind -
Couldn't the sutra 1.3.2 upadeshejanunasik it have been just upadeshejanunaski lopah ? That way, the remaining sutras - 1.3.3 to 1.3.8 could remain exactly the way they are, and the last one 1.3.9 tasya lopah been completely eliminated?
Ripersa wrote:in sutra 1.3.5 why does टु only mean the sound tu and not the entire ta varg as in the case of other sutras eg. 1.3.7 where chu means the entire varga. once again i am thoroughly enjoying your enlightening lectures. rishi
jazirae wrote:Dear Varunji,
Why does "j" replace "c" to mean "ac" in upadesejanunasika?
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