A companion volume to the First Book of Sanskrit, this work contains as much Grammar as is needed for all practical purposes.
Each lesson in this volume consists of four parts:
- Sanskrit Sentences for Translation into English
- English Sentences for Translation into Sanskrit
- A Vocabulary
The author has attempted to render this book as much a Sanskrit Reading Book as a book on Sanskrit Grammar. With this objective in mind, good many extracts containing examples of the particular rules, from original Sanskrit works, have been given nearly in all the lessons.
A useful book for the Teachers and Students of Sanskrit and a medium for facilitating and promoting the study of the language.
About the Author:
Ramakrishna Gopal Bhandarkar (1837-1925), the orientalist and social reformer, educated at Ratnagiri and Elphinstone College, Bombay; Acting Professor of Sanskrit and Oriental Languages in Elphinstone College; Assistant Professor many years till 1881; Professor of Sanskrit at Deccan College, Pune, 1883-92; Fellow of Bombay University from 1866; Syndicate, 1873-81; Vice-Chancellor, 1893-95; retired in 1893; Hon. LL.D., 1904; Hon. Phil., Dr. Gottingen University: has contributed largely to the journals and transactions of learned societies on philological and antiquarian subjects and edited the text of Malati-Madhava and Early History of the Deccan.