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Tenses, Parts of speech, Poetry Analysis in Sanskrit

(SAN-2001) Gain proficiency in the different lakAras, the Vocative case, adjectives, gerunds, prepositions, wise sayings, rearranging the words in verse to figure out the meaning (both in English and Sanskrit prose order), through shlokas, stories, and conversations. Students will also learn to write longer stories and make longer conversations in Sanskrit.

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Course Code: SAN-2001

Credit Hours: 3

Course Level: 100

$300.00

(SAN-2001) Gain proficiency in the different lakAras, the Vocative case, adjectives, gerunds, prepositions, wise sayings, rearranging the words in verse to figure out the meaning (both in English and Sanskrit prose order), through shlokas, stories, and conversations. Students will also learn to write longer stories and make longer conversations in Sanskrit.

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Course Content

  1. Introduction to lakAra, especially the 4 important ones
  2. The sambodhanam declension / Vocative case
  3. Use of some prepositions and their associated declensions
  4. How to rearrange a shloka to understand the verse meaning
  5. Adjectives and their genders

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

  • Identify and utilize tenses, cases, and parts of speech;
  • Recognize various adjectives and associated genders;
  • Interpret poetic verses and define their prose order; and
  • Compose stories and conduct conversations in detail.

Required / Elective: Required 

Area of Study: Sanskrit Studies

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

Prerequisites: Successful completion of SAN-1004

Faculty / Instructor: Sri Chandrashekhar Raghu / Sri Srinath Chakravarthy 

Quarter Offered: Spring 2021

Start Date: TBD

End Date: TBD

Day: TBD

Time: TBD

Additional information

Quarter Offered

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