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He takes. he speaks. he carries. he stands. t ya case ending indicates the `instrument' in relation to the verb: it is that `by means of which' the action is accomplished. For example, `he goes home by car', `he cuts the wood with an axe': note that here `with' has the sense of `by means of', but in English it may also be used in the sense of accompaniment, for example, `he goes home with an axe', but this does not convey the sense of instrumentality. The fourth caturth case ending indicates the indirect object, the recipient or bene ciary or purpose of the action.
Relation is not to verb. From whom what? place from which action begins; also cause motive. indirect object To for whom what? recipient, bene ciary, purpose of action. 4 Exercises a Practise reading and writing all the letters of the alphabet. b Practise sounding the full declension of bala and phala. c Translate the following sentences into English: 1. am phalaya nayate 2. a
svah. am vahati 3. narasya a
svah. phalam balayah. labhate 4. am phalani a
svam labhete 5. balah. naran phalani a
svena nayante 6.
The tree and the horse are standing, 6. . 28 A Practical Sanskrit Introductory This page is intentionally blank: there aren't many of them, so enjoy the rest while you can! 1 Devanagar Alphabet Here are the next ten consonants in devanagar script. a and not just t. ha and da. q Q :Na ta Ta d ;Da na Note the form of the letters in relation to the 13 and 23 ruled lines. There may be a tendency to limit letters such as :Na and ta to the halfway point: this is a carry over from the Roman alphabet where it is appropriate, for example with `P' and `h'.
A Practical Sanskrit Introductory by Wikner.Ch.