Grammar

In Sanskrit grammar, there are noun cases called the Shabdaroopani. The ending of the word will change according to its meaning and use in the sentence. A list of some common words are given below. अकारन्ताः/आकारान्ताः श्ब्दरूपाणि (akārantāḥ/ākārāntāḥ śbdarūpāṇi) ‘देव’ अकारान्तः पुल्लिङ्गम् शब्दः एकवचनम् द्विवचनम् बहुवचनम् विभक्तिः देवः देवौ देवाः प्रथमा देवम् देवौ देवान् द्वितिया …

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Sanskrit alphabet is called वर्णमाला (Varṇamālā), meaning garland of letters. The वर्णमाला (Varṇamālā) contains all the letters of Sanskrit alphabet in a systematic way. It is quite similar to the Maheshwari Sutras.  Varṇamālā is divided into two parts – स्वराः (Svarāḥ) / Vowels and व्यञ्जनानि  (Vyañjanāni) / Consonants. There are three types of vowels: ह्रसव-स्वराः (Hrasava-Svarāḥ) / …

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स्वराः (Svarāḥ), are vowels of the Sanskrit alphabet. They are also known as अच् (Ac), as in the Māheśvarī-Sūtrāṇi, the vowels are given from अ (A) to च् (C).  अइउण् । ऋऌक् । एओङ् । ऐऔच् । अच् Svaras in Sanskrit are considered as Svaras according to how long they retain their sound when spoken. …

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Maheshwari Sutras

The Māheśvarī-Sūtrāṇi are fourteen sounds which contain all the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet. Lord Shiva, when he performed the cosmic dance called Tandav Nritya for the sages, fourteen sounds (Maheshwari Sutras) were heard from his Damaru (musical instrument), which came to be known as the Śivasūtrajālam.. On hearing these sounds, sage Panini by the …

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