The Story of Rama books (Parts I-II) together relate in 16 episodes, the story of the Ramayna.
Part I introduces the standard method of transliteration; the gerund (‘having done something’); and the declension of the Sanskrit word for ‘that’ in all three genders.
Part II covers an introduction to the imperative mood; other important noun and pronoun declensions; ‘having done something’ used with prefixes; the past passive participle; the conjugation of the middle voice and the verb ‘to be’ in present, future and past tenses; and the completion of the standard method of transliteration.
About the Author:
Elena Jessup Sanskrit teacher with 16 years' experience educating children and adults of all ages. Have designed systematic and creative Sanskrit language courses, textbooks, and materials. Interested in fostering connections between the East and West, especially any new initiatives in this area.
Textbook writing, translating, language teaching (Sanskrit), academic writing skills, special needs, alternative educational strategies, graphic novel writing.