In this Sanskrit Vocabulary post, learners can browse through the list of topics one is interested in to learn basic words and increase their Sanskrit Vocabulary.
Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages in existence and there is renewed interest in learning Sanskrit for various reasons.
Many learners have difficulty finding resources that make learning Sanskrit easy. This section will help such learners.
Numbers in Sanskrit In Sanskrit सङ्ख्या (saṅkhyā) means numbers. This post has a list of Sanskrit Numbers from 1 to 100...
Antonyms in Sanskrit Antonyms are known as विपर्यायपदम् (viparyāyapadam) in Sanskrit. Antonyms are words that express a meaning opposite to the...
Synonyms are called पर्यायवाचिनः शब्दाः (paryāyavācinaḥ śabdāḥ) in Sanskrit. Synonyms in Sanskrit listed here can be referenced by students and anyone interested in learning Sanskrit.
General Words in Sanskrit This list is very helpful for students and newbies interested in learning Sanskrit. The Sanskrit words listed...
Learn about Ornament names in Sanskrit with English and Hindi translation. Good resource for Sanskrit learners.
Learn Sanskrit Names of Family Relations along with English and Hindi translations.
Other Interesting Sections
Grammar: This section has topics or sub-sections for learners interested in understanding and learning Sanskrit Grammar. Most of the posts have been created such that they are simple and easy to understand. The sequence to be followed for quick grasping of the Sanskrit Grammar concepts is also given on the Grammar page.
Composition: This section has many interesting topics or sub-sections like Sanskrit Essays, Proverbs, Axioms and Hymns & Chants. All of these sub-sections have a lot of content which is useful for school students as well as newbie Sanskrit learners. Apart from the content in Sanskrit, Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi is also given for better understanding and learning.
Blog: Sanskrit is considered to be one of the oldest languages to be in existence. As per the article “Sanskrit & Artificial Intelligence”, which appeared in AI (Artificial Intelligence) magazine in spring of 1985, written by NASA researcher Rick Briggs, it is mentioned that a natural language like Sanskrit can serve as an artificial language also, which can be used for AI programming.
Apart from Sanskrit Grammar, Composition and Vocabulary sections, this section has many articles which talk about the importance of Sanskrit among other things.