New page on conjugational forms of some common verbs added

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Lesson 49 – Analysis of a hymn from The Rig Veda (RV 1.1)

A short YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the last lesson, Lesson 48, we looked at some of the key features of Vedic Sanskrit, like Sandhis, Infinitives etc. In this lesson we will analyse the first hymn from the Rig Veda. This is a … Continue reading Lesson 49 – Analysis of a hymn from The Rig Veda (RV 1.1)

Lesson 48 – Features of Vedic Sanskrit – Infinitives, Sandhi and others

A short YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the last lesson, Lesson 47, we looked at some of the key features of Vedic Sanskrit, especially at tense systems and the subjunctive. We said that there are many features of Vedic Sanskrit that have been … Continue reading Lesson 48 – Features of Vedic Sanskrit – Infinitives, Sandhi and others

Lesson 47 – Features of Vedic Sanskrit – Tense Systems and the Subjunctive

A short YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the last lesson, Lesson 46, we concluded our discussions on Vedic accents. In this lesson we will look at some of the key features of Vedic Sanskrit, especially at tense systems and the subjunctive. There … Continue reading Lesson 47 – Features of Vedic Sanskrit – Tense Systems and the Subjunctive

Lesson 46 – Vedic Sanskrit – Accents – 4

A short YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the last lesson, Lesson 45, we continued looking at Vedic accents in various situations. We looked at the accent in declinable stems, the accent in compounds and verbal accents. Let us take our investigation of … Continue reading Lesson 46 – Vedic Sanskrit – Accents – 4

Lesson 45 – Vedic Sanskrit – Accents – 3

A short YouTube version is available here. [Expand to the full article to be able to click on the link]. In the last lesson, Lesson 44, we continued looking at Vedic accents. We looked at accents of single words, lack of accent and double accents. We also started looking at the use of accents in various … Continue reading Lesson 45 – Vedic Sanskrit – Accents – 3