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Aspects of Paninian Semantics
Aspects of Paninian Semantics
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From the Jacket:

This volume brings together the papers presented in the seminar on 'Panini and Modern Semantics' by eminent linguists, logicians and grammarian at a seminar organized by the Sahitya Akademi. The topics discussed at the seminar were of a wide range from karaka theory to the computer. Compatibility of Sanskrit and from sicio lingustics to structural grammar. Here the manifold conceptual domains of Paninian are being subjected to meaningful exploration. This collection opens up possibilities for a dialectical interaction between conventional and formal grammar and semantics.

A unique feature of the Indo-European languages is their capacity to build compounds and this tendency has developed into unusual proportions in later classical Sanskrit. The great Panini has exhaustively documented the contours of compound formation, which take into, account both syntactic and semantic issues. Some scholars demonstrate through their papers how the semantic predilection of Panini is manifest in his compound rules, as in the distribution of vocabulary into fields.

The present collection will serve as a useful guide book initiating aspiring reader into realms of Panini Semantics.

About the Author:

C. Rajendran (b. 1952), the editor of the present collection is currently Professor of Sanskrit at the University of Calicut. His main works are The Traditional Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala, A Study of Mahimabhatta's Vyaktiviveka. A Transcultural approach to Sanskrit Poetics and monograph of Mahimabhatta and Abhinavadarpana, apart from more than 150 research papers published in India and abroad. He received Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Literary Criticism for his work Pathavum Porulum and the G.N. Pillai Endowment award for his treatise Saundarya-sastram.

CONTENTS

Preface 7
Introduction9
Panini and Sanskrit Grammar
Dr. K.K.N. Kurup
15
Welcome speech
Dr. K. Satchidanandan
18
Paniniyan Arthavijnanam (synopsis)
Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharoti
23
Socio-Semantic Dimension of Panini's Grammar
Dr. C. Rajendran
24
Words and their Etymology - A Case of Semantics
Dr. Biswanarayan Shastri
30
'Intention' as a Semantic condition in Panini
Dr. K.N. Neelakanthan Elayath
36
Semantics in Structural Linguistics
Dr. A.P. Andrew Kutty
44
Metarules of Panini
Dr. J.P. Dimri
55
Panini and Metaphor
Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja
61
Semantic Problems in the Computation of Paninian Rules
Veda Varidhi P. Ramanujan
69
Panini and Computer
Dr. K. Maheswaran Nair
82
Objects, Relations and Karakas
Dr. V.N. Jha
89
Logical Structure of Karaka
Dr. V.R. Prabodhachandra Nayar
96
Nuances of Vivaksa as Discernible in the Karakas
Dr. K.S. Kannan
103
Semantic Problems of the Genitive Case
Dr. P. Narayanan Namboodiri
107
Theory of Gender and its Generation in Panini
Dr. Kapil Kapoor and Dr. Santosh Kumar Shukla
114
Semantic Perspective on Stripratyayas
Prof. D. Prahlada Char
124
Gender Description in Vyakarana
Dr. Meera Chakravarthy
132
Semantic Problems of Number
Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri
139
Grammatical Number and Numerals in Panini
Dr. G. Gangadharan Nair
149
A Semantic Perspective on Primary Suffixes
Dr. Meenambal Narayanan
158
A Semantic Perspective on Secondary Suffixes
Prof. V. Venkataraja Sarma
163
Semantic Dimensions of Taddhita Affixes
Dr. Avanindra Kumar
188
Semantic Predilections of Panini (with special References to Compounds)
Dr. M.Srimannarayana Murti
195
Semantic Conditions of Compounds - Panini and Kaunda Bhatta
Dr. Vanitha Ramaswamy
210
Panini on Reduplication
Prof. K.V. Ramakrishnacharyalu
218
Lexical Perspectives in the Ganapatha
Dr. Hukum Chand Patyal
230
Indeclinables - A Semantic Survey
Dr. K. Vijayan
235
Semantic Problems in Vedic Grammar
Dr. M. Sivakumara Swamy
242
Influence of Paninian Sanskrit on Modern Oriya Semantics
Dr. Kshirod Chandra Dash
247

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Aspects of Paninian Semantics

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IDE694
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Edition:
2002
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812601413X
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English
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8.8" X 5.8"
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252
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From the Jacket:

This volume brings together the papers presented in the seminar on 'Panini and Modern Semantics' by eminent linguists, logicians and grammarian at a seminar organized by the Sahitya Akademi. The topics discussed at the seminar were of a wide range from karaka theory to the computer. Compatibility of Sanskrit and from sicio lingustics to structural grammar. Here the manifold conceptual domains of Paninian are being subjected to meaningful exploration. This collection opens up possibilities for a dialectical interaction between conventional and formal grammar and semantics.

A unique feature of the Indo-European languages is their capacity to build compounds and this tendency has developed into unusual proportions in later classical Sanskrit. The great Panini has exhaustively documented the contours of compound formation, which take into, account both syntactic and semantic issues. Some scholars demonstrate through their papers how the semantic predilection of Panini is manifest in his compound rules, as in the distribution of vocabulary into fields.

The present collection will serve as a useful guide book initiating aspiring reader into realms of Panini Semantics.

About the Author:

C. Rajendran (b. 1952), the editor of the present collection is currently Professor of Sanskrit at the University of Calicut. His main works are The Traditional Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala, A Study of Mahimabhatta's Vyaktiviveka. A Transcultural approach to Sanskrit Poetics and monograph of Mahimabhatta and Abhinavadarpana, apart from more than 150 research papers published in India and abroad. He received Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Literary Criticism for his work Pathavum Porulum and the G.N. Pillai Endowment award for his treatise Saundarya-sastram.

CONTENTS

Preface 7
Introduction9
Panini and Sanskrit Grammar
Dr. K.K.N. Kurup
15
Welcome speech
Dr. K. Satchidanandan
18
Paniniyan Arthavijnanam (synopsis)
Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharoti
23
Socio-Semantic Dimension of Panini's Grammar
Dr. C. Rajendran
24
Words and their Etymology - A Case of Semantics
Dr. Biswanarayan Shastri
30
'Intention' as a Semantic condition in Panini
Dr. K.N. Neelakanthan Elayath
36
Semantics in Structural Linguistics
Dr. A.P. Andrew Kutty
44
Metarules of Panini
Dr. J.P. Dimri
55
Panini and Metaphor
Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja
61
Semantic Problems in the Computation of Paninian Rules
Veda Varidhi P. Ramanujan
69
Panini and Computer
Dr. K. Maheswaran Nair
82
Objects, Relations and Karakas
Dr. V.N. Jha
89
Logical Structure of Karaka
Dr. V.R. Prabodhachandra Nayar
96
Nuances of Vivaksa as Discernible in the Karakas
Dr. K.S. Kannan
103
Semantic Problems of the Genitive Case
Dr. P. Narayanan Namboodiri
107
Theory of Gender and its Generation in Panini
Dr. Kapil Kapoor and Dr. Santosh Kumar Shukla
114
Semantic Perspective on Stripratyayas
Prof. D. Prahlada Char
124
Gender Description in Vyakarana
Dr. Meera Chakravarthy
132
Semantic Problems of Number
Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri
139
Grammatical Number and Numerals in Panini
Dr. G. Gangadharan Nair
149
A Semantic Perspective on Primary Suffixes
Dr. Meenambal Narayanan
158
A Semantic Perspective on Secondary Suffixes
Prof. V. Venkataraja Sarma
163
Semantic Dimensions of Taddhita Affixes
Dr. Avanindra Kumar
188
Semantic Predilections of Panini (with special References to Compounds)
Dr. M.Srimannarayana Murti
195
Semantic Conditions of Compounds - Panini and Kaunda Bhatta
Dr. Vanitha Ramaswamy
210
Panini on Reduplication
Prof. K.V. Ramakrishnacharyalu
218
Lexical Perspectives in the Ganapatha
Dr. Hukum Chand Patyal
230
Indeclinables - A Semantic Survey
Dr. K. Vijayan
235
Semantic Problems in Vedic Grammar
Dr. M. Sivakumara Swamy
242
Influence of Paninian Sanskrit on Modern Oriya Semantics
Dr. Kshirod Chandra Dash
247

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