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Introduction to Sanskrit Part 2

Introduction to Sanskrit 2, along with part 1, completes the 2 volume set. It provides both students and teachers with a tool with which you can study of the basics of Sanskrit, one of the oldest known and used languages. Often referred to as the origin of Indo-European languages, Sanskrit has a wide and varied histroy.


Price:  $24.95  $19.95 
Author: Thomas Egenes
Format: Paperback
Pages: 437
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Introduction to Sanskrit Part 2


Description from Book:

Introduction to Sanskrit, in two volumes, is designed to open the door to India’s rich spiritual literature. This self-teaching guide presents Sanskrit pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary in simple and systematic steps allowing students to easily master the fundamentals of this enchanting language. Each lesson includes instruction in alphabet, grammar, and vocabulary, with concise explanations and easy practice exercises. Also included in Part One is a reading from the Bhagavad-Gita and Sanskrit quotations from the RR Samhita, Upanisads, Yoga Sutras, Brahma Sutras, and Manu Smrti. Part Two uses verses from the Bhagavad-Gita to teach principles of grammar and includes additional essays on Sanskrit grammar and pronunciation.

Excerpts from Reviews:


“A useful primer acceptable to all Sanskrit students, no matter what their orientation. It fills a real need in supplying an approach which does not rush past the all-important foundations of ample practice with simple sentences.”

DAVID REIGLE, Sanskrit Professor

“...endorses this book and strongly recommends it for use by Sanskrit students.... It is the finest textbook for beginners.”

The India Times, February, 1992

“Since we are conducting Sanskrit courses in our academy, we have been researching suitable teaching books. Having come across Thomas Egenes’s Introduction to Sanskrit, we seem to have found what we were looking for.”

Sanskrit academy, Brunate, Italy

“A didactically well-structured and student-friendly text.”

PROF. G. VAN HAREN, The Netherlands

“It you’re interested in do-it-at-home learning of basic Sanskrit, this is among the best books we’ve seen. It is calibrated to small learning steps with appropriate exercises. The description of grammatical rules is clear...great place to start.”

Hinduism Today, September, 1990

“Introduction to Sanskrit, by Prof. Thomas Egenes, is now undoubtedly the number one introductory Sanskrit text in use in the world today.”

theosophy.net/hct/hct9703.pdf

“Whether you are a teacher or a student, this is best book on the market. It includes the alphabet, pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary. Both Devanagari script and transliteration are used.”

sanskrit.bhaarat.com/Date/Books

“I have been using Introduction to Sanskrit in my first-year class at the University of Colorado at Boulder. After an unhappy experiment with another first-year text, I have been very satisfied with this one. The students like it, and it works well for them.”

SUSAN TRIP, University of Colorado

“Egenes is the best that I have seen.”

IANC’s Sanskrit Granthalaya Bookstore

“Thomas Egenes's Introduction to Sanskrit seems the one to choose, judging from the reviews,  
which appear well-informed.”  

cs.mt.nl/dick/Summaries/Misc/NatLang.html

“Introduction to Sanskrit, in two volumes is designed to open the self-teaching guide, present Sanskrit pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary in simple and systematic steps, allowing students to easily master the fundamentals of this enchanting language."

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 4 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Ma-Sarada Priya on August 26, 2013 
This is a shorter copy of what yogis had to memorize, and it is extremely interesting to just read. I know it will help my Sanskrit practice. Thank You!This is a shorter copy of what yogis had to memorize, and it is extremely interesting to just read. I know it will help my Sanskrit practice. Thank You! Read less

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 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Norman Daw on March 06, 2014 
Great service, thank you and Hare Krishna! पूर्णम् अस्ति धन्यवद NormanGreat service, thank you and Hare Krishna! पूर्णम् अस्ति धन्यवद Norman Read less

1 person found this helpful

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Dev Bhattacharyya on November 02, 2015 
Amarasara is a must-have book for anyone who wants to enhance his skills in Sanskrit. This is an established book in Sanskrit grammar and usage and teaches through examples. This book has an unusual w... Read more Amarasara is a must-have book for anyone who wants to enhance his skills in Sanskrit. This is an established book in Sanskrit grammar and usage and teaches through examples. This book has an unusual way of page numbering along with a small footprint that deceives the eye - this book is exhaustive and self contained. Cons: The book uses very cheap paper, which makes for obscured prints and twisted pages. Overall, five stars for the price and contents. Read less

1 person found this helpful

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Dev Bhattacharyya on December 03, 2015 
A must for all Sanskrit translators (advanced or amateur). This is an abridged version of Amarakosh which once was the only Sanskrit thesaurus. This comes very close to the parent. The only cons I can... Read more A must for all Sanskrit translators (advanced or amateur). This is an abridged version of Amarakosh which once was the only Sanskrit thesaurus. This comes very close to the parent. The only cons I can think of is the arbitrary page numbering. I have to keep several bookmarks to figure out where I would want to return. Other than that, this is a very useful book. Of course, for the price, it is unbeatable. Read less

1 person found this helpful

     

 4 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Frank Quintero on April 14, 2012 
A good dictionary it looks like-if you can read Sanskrit!-there are no Roman transliterations....that was my oversight,not a lack on the books part.A good dictionary it looks like-if you can read Sanskrit!-there are no Roman transliterations....that was my oversight,not a lack on the books part. Read less

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Catherine McNabb on April 22, 2012 
Will be learning to read sanskirt soon so this will come in handy. I am happy to have found it on here. Not to many bookstores in my area have such.Will be learning to read sanskirt soon so this will come in handy. I am happy to have found it on here. Not to many bookstores in my area have such. Read less

     

 4 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Ma-Sarada Priya on August 26, 2013 
This is a shorter copy of what yogis had to memorize, and it is extremely interesting to just read. I know it will help my Sanskrit practice. Thank You!This is a shorter copy of what yogis had to memorize, and it is extremely interesting to just read. I know it will help my Sanskrit practice. Thank You! Read less

     

 2 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By hanka adamus on November 18, 2015 
It is very nice pocket dictionary but of no use to me as I do not know to read Sanskrit and there is no English transliterationIt is very nice pocket dictionary but of no use to me as I do not know to read Sanskrit and there is no English transliteration Read less

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Dictionary
By Avinash Polra on March 05, 2021 
Something I needed to upscale my learning in Sanskrit. Great asset to have when needed. Thanks!! राधे राधे जी।❤️Something I needed to upscale my learning in Sanskrit. Great asset to have when needed. Thanks!! राधे राधे जी।❤️ Read less

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Part 1
By Tiffany Cooper on October 21, 2015 
A fantastic way to start a Sanskrit education! I love the approach of this book!A fantastic way to start a Sanskrit education! I love the approach of this book! Read less

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Part 2
By HAMZA ÖMER CELİK on September 03, 2014 
An alternative work for those who want to learn this languageAn alternative work for those who want to learn this language Read less

     

 5 of 5 Stars!  Sanskrit: Part 2
By Tiffany Cooper on October 21, 2015 
The most comprehensive Sanskrit book I've seen. It's also fun to use! I'm looking forward to using it more!The most comprehensive Sanskrit book I've seen. It's also fun to use! I'm looking forward to using it more! Read less

     

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