Solution to the Crossword published on 12/4/2018

Here is the solution grid for the crossword published on 12/4/2018. Hope you enjoyed solving this.  

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Lesson 37 – A story from the Hitopadeśa

A short  YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the previous lesson, lesson 36, we looked at how declinable stems are derived from roots. We mentioned that, in Sanskrit, all words are derived from basic elements called roots. Words are derived from roots by the addition of suffixes. … Continue reading Lesson 37 – A story from the Hitopadeśa

A Sanskrit Crossword

This is a Sanskrit crossword based on the Latin script. The solution will be uploaded next week. The solution answers are taken from the the next lesson, Lesson 37, A story from the Hitopadeśa, which will be uploaded this Sunday, 15th April. So when you go through the next lesson you will be able to easily … Continue reading A Sanskrit Crossword

Lesson 36 – Derivation of Declinable Stems

A short  YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the previous lesson, lesson 35, we looked at indeclinables (called avyaya अव्यय by the Sanskrit grammarians). In this lesson we will look at how declinable stems are derived from roots. In lesson 1, we mentioned that, in Sanskrit, … Continue reading Lesson 36 – Derivation of Declinable Stems

Lesson 35 – Indeclinables

A short  YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the previous lesson, lesson 34, we looked at the Aorist. In this lesson we will look at indeclinables (called avyaya अव्यय by the Sanskrit grammarians). Indeclinables, as their name suggests, remain the same in all cases, numbers, … Continue reading Lesson 35 – Indeclinables

Lesson 34 – The Aorist

A short  YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the previous two lessons, lesson 32 and lesson 33, we looked at the secondary conjugations, The Causative, the Intensive, the Desiderative and the Denominative. We had already considered the passive in lesson 26. In this lesson … Continue reading Lesson 34 – The Aorist

Lesson 33 – Other secondary conjugations

A short  YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the previous lesson, lesson 32, we looked at the causative. We said that the causative was a secondary conjugation. A secondary conjugation is one in which a whole system of conjugations is formed from a derivative … Continue reading Lesson 33 – Other secondary conjugations