Essay on Elephant in Sanskrit

गजः Elephant This is an Essay on Elephant in Sanskrit. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding. This post can be referenced by students or anyone interested in learning and understanding Sanskrit. सर्वेषु पशुषु गजः महाकायः पशुः अस्ति। तस्य द्वौ रदौ स्तः। तस्य दन्ताः बहुमूल्यवन्तः। कारागिराः तस्य दन्तैः रम्याणि वस्तूनि …

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Essay on My Friend in Sanskrit

‘मम मित्रम्’My Friend This is an essay on My Friend in Sanskrit. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding.This post can be referenced by students or anyone interested in learning and understanding Sanskrit. मम बहूनि मित्राणि सन्ति, किन्तु ______ मम प्रियः वयस्यः अस्ति। सः मम गृहसमीपे एव वसति। सः मम …

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Essay on Ganesha in Sanskrit

श्रीगणेशः Shree Ganesha This is an essay on Ganesha 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. श्रीगणेशः विद्यायाः देवता इति सर्वे मन्यन्ते। शिवपार्वत्योः एषः पुत्रः। कार्तिकेयः तस्य भ्राता। श्रीगणेशस्य वाहनं मूषकः। तस्मै मोदकाः …

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Viccheda-Samyoga

वर्णविच्छेदः & वर्णसंयोगः  वर्णविच्छेदः (varṇavicchedaḥ): This is the separation of letters (वर्णानि) of a certain word (शब्दः). e.g.- जननी = ज् + अ + न् + अ + न् + ई। भगवत् = भ् + अ + ग् + अ + व् + अ + त्। वर्णसंयोगः (varṇasaṃyogaḥ): This is the combination of different letters …

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Ayogavahau

अयोगवाहौ (Ayogavāhau) are Varnas in Sanskrit which always come after vowels. They cannot be pronounced by themselves. There are two such letters- विसर्गः (Visargaḥ) (ः) and अनुस्वारः (Anusvāraḥ) (ं). विसर्गः (Visargaḥ)– This अयोगवाहः (Ayogavāhaḥ) represents a repetitive sound which has the sound of the letter ह् (H) and the vowel that came before it. Its …

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Consonants

व्यञ्जनानि (Vyañjanāni) are the consonants of Sanskrit. They are 33 in number. Consonants, when not mixed with any vowel, are hard to pronounce. Hence, they are mixed with a vowel to create a syllable. Consonants can also be joined with other consonants to create conjunct consonants. There are two main types of consonants- वर्गीय-व्यञ्जनानि (Vargīya-Vyañjanāni), …

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Essay on Ganesha in Sanskrit

Ganapati Atharvashirsha As the name suggests, is associated with Lord Ganesha. It is related to Atharva Veda. Lord Ganesha is described to be the same as the ultimate truth and reality i.e. the Supreme Being – Brahman. Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is given for better understanding. ॥ श्री गणपत्यथर्वशीर्षम् ॥ श्रीगणेशाय नमः। …

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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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