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Panini's Ashtadhyayi represents the first attempt in the history of the world to describe and analyze the components of a language on scientific lines. It has not only been universally acclaimed as the first and foremost specimen of Descriptive Grammar but has also been the linguist engaged in describing languages of different regions.

To understand Sanskrit language, and especially that part of it which embodies the highest aspirations of ancient Aryan people, viz., the Brahmanas, Samhitas, Upanisads, it is absolutely necessary to have a complete knowledge of the grammar elaborated by Panini. Being a masterpiece of reasoning and artistic arrangement its study is bound to cultivate intellectual powers. Western scholars have described it as a wonderful specimen or a notable manifestation of Indian intelligence.

This book is an English translation of Ashtadhyayi in two volumes and has won a unique position in the world of scholarship.

 

About the Book

Panini’s Ashtadhyayi represents the first attempt in the history of the world to describe and analyse the components of a language on scientific lines. It has not only been universally acclaimed as the first and foremost specimen of Descriptive Grammar but has also been a chief source of inspiration for the linguist engaged in describing languages of different regions.

To understand Sanskrit language, and especially that part of it which embodies the highest aspirations of ancient Aryan people, viz., the Brahmanas, Samhitas, and Upanisads, it is absolutely necessary to have a complete knowledge of the grammar elaborated by Panini. Being a masterpiece of reasoning and artistic arrangement its study is bound to cultivate intellectual powers. Western scholars have described it as a wonderful manifestation of Indian intelligence.

This book is an English translation of Ashtadhyayi in two volumes and has won a unique position in the world of scholarship.

Panini’s grammar of Sanskrit, written in the sixth century B.C., is the earliest linguistic description of the language and is the source and inspiration for the development of comparative philology and modern linguistics. The Astadhyayi remains the most correct and complete grammar ever written and is considered a model for all grammars. This is the first English translation of the work to use Roman transliteration for the Sanskrit text. Not only scholars of Sanskrit but also general linguists will find accessible this new presentation of the classic work, which relies on the Roman alphabet’s upper-and lower-case letters, italics, and small capitals to visually present the operation of Panini’s metalinguistic technique. This work also consistently indicates the manner in which the ellipsis created by the formulation of Panini’s strings of aphoristic rules is to be filled in by using his own metalinguistic procedures. Also included are helpful appendices and lists.

 

CONTENTS

 

Volume I
Book First
Chapter I 3-68
Chapter II 69-116
Chapter III 117-166
Chapter IV

 

167-212
Book Second
Chapter I 213-254
Chapter II 255-276
Chapter III 277-306
Chapter IV

 

307-346
Book Third
Chapter I 347-406
Chapter II 407-482
Chapter III 483-554
Chapter IV

 

555-602
Book Fourth
Chapter I 603-695
Chapter II 696-751
Chapter III 752-807
Chapter IV

 

808-849
Volume II
Book Fifth
Chapter I 850-896
Chapter II 897-945
Chapter III 946-981
Chapter IV

 

982-1036
Book Sixth
Chapter I 1037-1134
Chapter II 1135-1208
Chapter III 1209-1249
Chapter IV

 

1250-1314
Book Seventh
Chapter I 1315-1354
Chapter II 1355-1407
Chapter III 1408-1455
Chapter IV

 

1456-1490
Book Eighth
Chapter I 1491-1531
Chapter II 1532-1595
Chapter III 1596-1650
Chapter IV

 

1651-1681
Indexes :
        (I) To Panini's Sutras 1*-53*
        (II) To the Roots 54*-62*
        (III) To the Unadi Sutras 63*-69*
        (IV) To the Phit Sutras 69*
        Astadhyayi Sutra Patha 70*-106*

 

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The Ashtadhyayi of Panini: 2 Volumes

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Panini's Ashtadhyayi represents the first attempt in the history of the world to describe and analyze the components of a language on scientific lines. It has not only been universally acclaimed as the first and foremost specimen of Descriptive Grammar but has also been the linguist engaged in describing languages of different regions.

To understand Sanskrit language, and especially that part of it which embodies the highest aspirations of ancient Aryan people, viz., the Brahmanas, Samhitas, Upanisads, it is absolutely necessary to have a complete knowledge of the grammar elaborated by Panini. Being a masterpiece of reasoning and artistic arrangement its study is bound to cultivate intellectual powers. Western scholars have described it as a wonderful specimen or a notable manifestation of Indian intelligence.

This book is an English translation of Ashtadhyayi in two volumes and has won a unique position in the world of scholarship.

 

About the Book

Panini’s Ashtadhyayi represents the first attempt in the history of the world to describe and analyse the components of a language on scientific lines. It has not only been universally acclaimed as the first and foremost specimen of Descriptive Grammar but has also been a chief source of inspiration for the linguist engaged in describing languages of different regions.

To understand Sanskrit language, and especially that part of it which embodies the highest aspirations of ancient Aryan people, viz., the Brahmanas, Samhitas, and Upanisads, it is absolutely necessary to have a complete knowledge of the grammar elaborated by Panini. Being a masterpiece of reasoning and artistic arrangement its study is bound to cultivate intellectual powers. Western scholars have described it as a wonderful manifestation of Indian intelligence.

This book is an English translation of Ashtadhyayi in two volumes and has won a unique position in the world of scholarship.

Panini’s grammar of Sanskrit, written in the sixth century B.C., is the earliest linguistic description of the language and is the source and inspiration for the development of comparative philology and modern linguistics. The Astadhyayi remains the most correct and complete grammar ever written and is considered a model for all grammars. This is the first English translation of the work to use Roman transliteration for the Sanskrit text. Not only scholars of Sanskrit but also general linguists will find accessible this new presentation of the classic work, which relies on the Roman alphabet’s upper-and lower-case letters, italics, and small capitals to visually present the operation of Panini’s metalinguistic technique. This work also consistently indicates the manner in which the ellipsis created by the formulation of Panini’s strings of aphoristic rules is to be filled in by using his own metalinguistic procedures. Also included are helpful appendices and lists.

 

CONTENTS

 

Volume I
Book First
Chapter I 3-68
Chapter II 69-116
Chapter III 117-166
Chapter IV

 

167-212
Book Second
Chapter I 213-254
Chapter II 255-276
Chapter III 277-306
Chapter IV

 

307-346
Book Third
Chapter I 347-406
Chapter II 407-482
Chapter III 483-554
Chapter IV

 

555-602
Book Fourth
Chapter I 603-695
Chapter II 696-751
Chapter III 752-807
Chapter IV

 

808-849
Volume II
Book Fifth
Chapter I 850-896
Chapter II 897-945
Chapter III 946-981
Chapter IV

 

982-1036
Book Sixth
Chapter I 1037-1134
Chapter II 1135-1208
Chapter III 1209-1249
Chapter IV

 

1250-1314
Book Seventh
Chapter I 1315-1354
Chapter II 1355-1407
Chapter III 1408-1455
Chapter IV

 

1456-1490
Book Eighth
Chapter I 1491-1531
Chapter II 1532-1595
Chapter III 1596-1650
Chapter IV

 

1651-1681
Indexes :
        (I) To Panini's Sutras 1*-53*
        (II) To the Roots 54*-62*
        (III) To the Unadi Sutras 63*-69*
        (IV) To the Phit Sutras 69*
        Astadhyayi Sutra Patha 70*-106*

 

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Volume-2



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