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Sanskrit has an amazing ability to place words anywhere in a sentence, without any punctuation, and yet keep the meaning intact. This is due to its inflectional system of grammar.
However, in English, the placement of words is rather fixed.
What does it mean? Firstly that in English the Nouns maintain their spellings across usage and communication in the matter of being in the Subject or the Object or Instrument position, whereas in Sanskrit, the same Noun would change its spelling as its purpose changes.
This book has been specifically written to make the reader aware of the noun spellings that undergo change as per usage, in an easy to follow intuitive matrix format.
For the advanced Sanskrit learner, this text serves a fundamental purpose from the Panini Grammar point of view, as it lists the common nouns as they change spellings when the gender has changed masculine, feminine or neuter; or the case has changed nominative, accusative, instrumental, etc.
Gives 7x3 Sup Affixes Matrix for Ready Reference with and without Tag letters
Contains relevant Ashtadhyayi Sutras to help in the spelling changes due to Sandhi
Lists Declension Process Steps
Lists the 6 types of Sarvanama Pronouns
Indicates relevant template for each stem (if any)
Gives the English Meaning for each word
राम र् आ म् अ = masculine stem अ ending, अकारान्तः
1 रामः रामौ रामाः
2 रामम् रामौ रामान्
3 रामेण रामाभ्याम् रामैः
4 रामाय रामाभ्याम् रामेभ्यः
5 रामात् रामाभ्याम् रामेभ्यः
6 रामस्य रामयोः रामाणाम्
7 रामे रामयोः रामेषु
V हे राम हे रामौ हे रामाः
Similar stems देव God, मुकुन्द Krishna, शिव, हर Shiva
meaning Rama, Lord
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