It is a collection of some linguistic papers in Sankrit Grammar written by me. It deals with the linguistic approach of some subjects of Sanskrit Grammer, such as the Siva-sutra, the two a’s (a a iti) etc. for better understanding. These articles are scattered at different place and they have been put in one place. I hope it will be helpful to the readers. Some of the articles are revised and augmented. These articles are very valuable and I hope the readers will be much benefited by reading them. It is a kind of approach on the subject.
I am grateful to Dr. Mitali Chatterjee, Librarian, The Asiatic Society, Calcutta, and to Shri Dipankar Mukhopadhyaya, Senior lecturer of Sanskrit, Calcutta University, for supplying some of the Journals for my work. If these articles prove good to the readers, I shall consider my labour well-rewarded and the publisher’s endeavour will be successful.
|1||Sanskrit Studies and Research Methodology||1|
|2||Morphophonemic Alterations in Panini's Sivasutra||29|
|3||On the conception of Language and Phonetics in Indian Tradition vis-a-vis Greek and Latin authors||42|
|4||The Speculative Grammarians in the Middle Ages||62|
|5||Dionysius Thrax and Paninion Grammar||74|
|6||Was R Dental in Sanskrit?||96|
|7||On Sa meaning 'one' in Sanskrit||103|
|8||Sir William Jones||106|
Item Code: NAN410 Author: Prof. Satya Ranjan Banerjee Cover: Hardcover Edition: 2013 Publisher: Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar ISBN: 9789383368495 Language: English Size: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch Pages: 131 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 250 gms