Sanskrit is an ancient and beautiful language. Contrary to the perception that people have, its grammar is quite simple and easy to understand.
Learning Sanskrit grammar will help one in understanding Sanskrit literature at its source.
Sanskrit is written in the देवनागरी script. In sanskrit words have forms. All of the nouns, pronouns, etc. have cases, whereas verbs have forms.
This helps one to know the exact meaning of the word.
वर्णानि (varṇāni) Sanskrit Letters
In Sanskrit, Letters are known as वर्णानि (Varṇāni ). These letters of the sanskrit alphabet are 46 in number.
शब्दाः (śabdāḥ) Sanskrit Words
In Sanskrit, Words are known as शब्दाः (śabdāḥ). There are three grammatical genders, three grammatical numbers and eight cases. In words, endings are different and according to that, their cases change.
धातवः (dhātavaḥ) Sanskrit Verbs
Verbs are known as धातवः (dhātavaḥ) in Sanskrit. They are of many different types. Even the way they are categorised depends on the circumstances.