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A Higher Sanskrit Grammar by M. R. Kale has been prepared with a view to meet the growing educational need of students. Many of the rules given here are translations of the relevant Sutras of Panini. The original Sutras are given in footnotes, where necessary. Sandhis and declensions are fully treated; compounds which dominate classical Sanskrit literature have received special attention; formation of feminine bases have been illustrated; Taddhita affixes have been arranged in an alphabetical order. The author has spared no pains to make this book as useful and complete as possible.



10 Responses to “A Higher Sanskrit Grammar – M. R. Kale”

  1. Balram says:

    dhanyavaadaah bhaaratiiya bandho !!!!!!!!

    adhamarnataam gato’smi !!!!

    shubhkaamanaah !!!!!!!

  2. raama says:

    I can not appreciate the service you are doing to the sanskrit loving people. may god bless you.
    I have a request, do you have this book handy ? or is it possible to get a copy of volume one. I have volume 2 I can provide the scan copy. But getting volume one is difficult http://books.google.com/books?id=lW7fkcd4i5kC&source=gbs_similarbooks

    • blogadmin says:


      Thank you for informing about this wonderful book. I searched this book at DLI and other sources. Though the original work is in public domain (as the author of the work expired in 1930), unfortunately e-copies of the book could not be found anywhere. Could you find out who published the first edition of this book? It may help us to locate soft copies of this book.

  3. Raji Ranganathan says:

    Thanks for the link, very helpful.

  4. Krishna Ronur says:

    Dear sir,
    kindly give Personal details of Sri. M. R. Kale,

  5. RAGHVENDRA says:

    Thank you so much more then more important book.

  6. Vivek Singha says:

    May I get any information about M.R.Kale? It is kind of very essential for my research work. Please help me know about M.R.Kale.

  7. Prat says:

    Aapka bahut bahut dhanyawaad !

  8. Rod says:

    For those who need a more simplified/colorized approach to Sanskrit Grammar, can see this table: https://www.yesvedanta.com/sanskrit/tenses – pure gold.

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