Month: June 2020

Shabdah

In Sanskrit, Words are known as शब्दाः (śabdāḥ). There are three grammatical genders, three grammatical numbers and eight cases. The ending of the words are decided according to their grammatical gender, number and case which, when combined create a specific meaning. Word Cases – In Sanskrit, these are known as शब्दरूपाणि (śabdarūpāṇi). They change according …

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Sanskrit Numerals

सङ्ख्या (saṅkhyā) Numbers in Sanskrit सङ्ख्या (saṅkhyā) means numbers. We have listed them in Sanskrit for your reference. Sanskrit English Numbers Hindi Words Numbers Words १ एक 1 एक २ द्वि 2 दो ३ त्रि 3 तीन ४ चतुर् 4 चार ५ पञ्च 5 पाँच ६ षट् 6 छः ७ सप्त 7 सात ८ अष्ट …

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सम्बन्धसूचकाः शब्दाः (sambandhasūcakāḥ śabdāḥ) Family Relations in Sanskrit सम्बन्धसूचकाः शब्दाः (sambandhasūcakāḥ śabdāḥ) means list of Family Relations. We have listed them in Sanskrit along with their English and Hindi names for all of us to learn and understand. जनकः (janakaḥ) English: Father Hindi: पिता जननी (jananī) English: Mother Hindi: माता पुत्रः (putraḥ) English: Son Hindi: …

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Name of Vehicles in Sanskrit

वाहनानाम् नामानि(vāhanānām nāmāni) Names of Vehicles in Sanskrit वाहनानाम् नामानि (vāhanānām nāmāni) means list of Name of Vehicles. We have listed them in Sanskrit along with their English and Hindi names for all of us to learn and understand.  द्विचक्रिका (dvicakrikā) English: Bicycle Hindi: साईकिल त्रिचक्रिकायानम् (tricakrikāyānam) English: Auto-Rickshaw Hindi: रिक्शा रेलयानम् (relayānam) English: Train …

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Parts of the Body in Sanskrit

मम शरीरम् My Body This is a short essay on “My Body” in Sanskrit. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding.This post can also be referenced by students or anyone interested in learning and understanding Sanskrit. इदं मम शरीरम् अस्ति। मम मस्तिष्के कृष्णाः केशाः सन्ति। इमौ मम द्वौ कर्णौ स्तः। …

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Ganesha Stotra

Ganesha Stotra This is a Stotra dedicated to Lord Ganesha in Sanskrit.  Ganesha Stotra recited in the proper way is considered to destroys all obstacles in life. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding. This post can also be referenced by students or anyone interested in learning and understanding Sanskrit. …

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Essay on Garden in Sanskrit

उद्यानम् Garden This is an essay on “Garden” in Sanskrit. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding.This post can also be referenced by students or anyone interested in learning and understanding Sanskrit. अस्माकं नगरस्य समीपे एकम् उद्यानम् अस्ति। तत्र नैकाः वृक्षाः सन्ति। अनेकानि पुष्पाणि अपि विकसन्ति। खगाः गगने उड्डयन्ति। चटकाः …

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Essay on My Daily Routine in Sanskrit

मम दिनचर्या My Daily Routine This is an essay on “My Daily Routine” in Sanskrit. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding.This post can also be referenced by students or anyone interested in learning and understanding Sanskrit. मम नाम ________ अस्ति।अहं _________ कक्षायाम् पठामि।अहं प्रातःकाले _____वादने उत्तिष्ठामि।अनन्तरम् अहं दन्तान् मार्जयामि।अनन्तरम् …

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Parts of the Body in Sanskrit

शरीरस्य अङ्गानि (śarīrasya aṅgāni) Parts of the Body in Sanskrit शरीरस्य अङ्गानि (śarīrasya aṅgāni) means Parts of the Body. We have listed them in Sanskrit along with their English and Hindi names for all of us to learn and understand. शिरः (śiraḥ) English: Head Hindi: सिर ललाटम् (lalāṭam) English: Forehead Hindi: माथा मुखम् (mukham) English: …

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