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Nouns and Declensions In Sanskrit

(SAN-1003) Gain proficiency in the first five declensions, the simple present, and future tenses, and the Imperative mood in detail, through simple stories and conversations. Students will also get introduced to the different types of literature in Sanskrit.

The course price includes the cost of Kusumam book with shipping charges within the USA. 

$358.00

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Course Code: SAN-1003

Credit Hours: 3

Course Level: 100

$358.00

(SAN-1003) Gain proficiency in the first five declensions, the simple present, and future tenses, and the Imperative mood in detail, through simple stories and conversations. Students will also get introduced to the different types of literature in Sanskrit.

The course price includes the cost of Kusumam book with shipping charges within the USA. 

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Course Content

  1. The first declension / Nominative case
  2. Introduction to rAmAyaNam
  3. The second declension / Objective case, the simple present tense
  4. Introduction to nAtya-shAstram
  5. The third declension / Instrumental case, the future tense
  6. Introduction to pancha-tantram
  7. The third declension / Instrumental case, the imperative mood
  8. Introduction to vyakarana-shAstram
  9. The fourth declension / Dative case
  10. Introduction to mahAbhAratam
  11. The fifth declension / Ablative case
  12. Introduction to darshana-shAstram

Learning Objectives: In this course, students will be able to: 

  • Distinguish and Classify noun declensions;
  • Appreciate basic verses from select passages;
  • Examine and Recognize the grammatical outline of Sanskrit;
  • Practice reading, writing, and composing simple passages; and
  • Use different parts of speech and their variations.

Required / Elective: Required 

Area of Study: Sanskrit Studies

Program of Study: Certificate Program in Sanskrit Proficiency (CP SP)

Prerequisites: Successful completion of SAN-1002 

Faculty / Instructor: Sri Chandrashekhar Raghu / Sri Srinath Chakravarthy

Quarter Offered: Fall 2020

Start Date: Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

End Date: Saturday, December 12th, 2020

Day: Every Wednesday & Friday

Time: 09:00 pm  EST -10:30pm EST

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Quarter Offered

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