This 2 volume set is an introductory text to Sanskrit grammar & literature. The author has included the cream of Sanskrit literature in every lesson so as to elevate the mind of the students to a high plane of morality and devotion and inspire it with a spirit of respect and reverence for all that is great and good, respect for learning and wisdom, respect for power and authority, and reverence for God.
Special features of the book:
(a) The book winds up with a large selection of prose and poetic passages. The prose passages are taken from the Panchatantra, the Dasakumaracharita, the Kadambari, and the works of Sankaracharya. They thus supply the student with different specimens of style. The poetic passages are Selected from the works of Chanakya, Bhartrihari, Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, and various other works.
(b) A language is best learnt by the study of its poetic literature which contains wise thoughts clothed in felicitous expression. The committing to memory such gems of literature ensures a command over the language and deepens a taste for it. The object of meeting this requirement is specially kept in view in the selection of verses in lessons and also at the end of the book, which has so many as about 200 of them.
(c) The student is introduced to a knowledge of Sanskrit metres and figures of speech. The characteristics of the ganas are explained and the student supplied with definitions of a few leading metres such as Malini, Vasanta-tilaka, Hariri, and Sikharini. The leading features of a few figures such as the Upama, the Rupaka, the Arthantaranyasa, and the Anyokti are elucidated in lessons and notes at the end.
(d) The student is directly taken to literature, grammar being made subordinate as it ought to be. This object is attained in the following way. Every lesson opens with a few sentences which are translated into English and in which new grammatical forms are printed black to draw the attention of students. Then follows a paradigm of forms ready made and lastly come the rules which are deduced from them. The method followed is thus analytic. It will be educative and interesting both to the school student and to the person of advanced years who has a mind to acquire a knowledge of it. The former should first learn to recognise the forms and then study them. For the latter it will do if he only learns to recognise them.
Thus, the book comprehends in a small compass all the salient points of Sanskrit grammar, the knowledge of which is essential for the study of Sanskrit literature.
A very usefull book for sanskrit teachers and students.
Where is the Part 2. The above link contains only Part 1.
I had uploaded both the parts together on the same page at archive.org.
If you look on the left hand side of the web page, you will see two pdf links. Part 1 is 9.8 MB and Part 2 is 9.5 MB. Anyway I will give direct links to both the parts, so that there won’t be any confusion.
Mahodhay, page no. 335 to 350 is missing in PDF file of Part-2 of “The Sanskrit Teacher” book which I downloaded from the link. Please share.
Rajesh Kumar, I don’t have hard copy of the book. The pdf files were downloaded from Digital Library of India. So, there is nothing that I can do from my end.
Thanks for the prompt response.
Ok.Thanks for the instant response.
A very useful upload
I have just started to learn Sanskrit and I find that these 2 books contain lessons in a systematic manner. I am sure I will be benefited greatly by following these.
i have learn sanskrit is very fast thanks to Kamalashankar’s books.
I am lucky to find out
useful books for students as well as teachers since sanskrit is trying to languge.
I have just started reading this book and It seems to be really good
Thank you very much for uploading and sharing such treasure with us
i have found Sanskrit teacher part i but where is the part ii? can you provide it? it will be helpful all the students.
The link for part 2 is also given below that of part 1 – at the bottom of the blog post. Or You may download it from http://ia700301.us.archive.org/16/items/TheSanskritTeacherKamalashankarTrivediParts12/TheSanskritTeacherKamalashankarTrivediPart21926.pdf
thanks for providing the link i have downloaded the two parts, can you please tell me where i can find agni samhita?
I have not heard about Agni Samhita. I could not locate it anywhere on the internet.
ok sir but can you provide the book of nirnaya sindhu ?
I have emailed you the link to download “Nirnaya Sindhu”.
Bharateeya ji, can you please tell me where I can find the site to download the “Nirnaya Sindhu”.
There are various editions of Nirnaya Sindhu at Digital Library of India. I give a few links below. You may download them as PDF files using DLI Downloader, a free software.
NIRNAYASINDHU-KRISHNABHATTA KRUTYAKHYASAHTIH., 2020120002429. KAMALAKARA BHATTA. 0. hindi. enter subject of the book. 772 pgs.
NIRNAYASINDHU-KRISHNABHATTA KRUTYAKHYASAHTIH., 2020010012744. KAMALAKARA BHATTA. 1930. HINDI. enter subject of the book. 772 pgs.
Nirnay Sindhu., 4990010095175. Bhatta, Kamalakar. 1906. sanskrit. RELIGION. THEOLOGY. 480 pgs.
Nirnay Sindhu., 4990010220667. Bhatta, Kamalakar. 1906. sanskrit. RELIGION. THEOLOGY. 480 pgs.
Nirnaya Sindhu., 1990030083638. Kamalakara Bhatta. 2006. sanskrit. RELIGION. THEOLOGY. 101 pgs.
Nirnaya Sindhu., 5990010102359. . 0. sanskrit. LANGUAGE.LINGUISTICS.LITERATURE. 449 pgs.
Nirnaya sindhu., 99999990234060. Mishra, jwalaprasad. 1932. sanskrit. Vaidik sahitya. 1020 pgs.
Nirnaya Sindhuvu-Part I., 2020120035087. Kamalakara Bhattu. 0. telugu. -. 252 pgs.
Nirnayasindhu., 1990030083639. Kamalakara Bhatta. 2006. sanskrit. RELIGION. THEOLOGY. 240 pgs.
Nirnayasindhua., 1990030083640. Pandit Shivadattan. 2006. sanskrit. RELIGION. THEOLOGY. 525 pgs.
nirnaya_sindhu., 2020010006525. narayan_ram_acharya. 1949. sanskrit. NULL. 472 pgs.
Nirnaysindhu., 4990010200593. Bhatta, Kamalakar. 1944. sanskrit. RELIGION. THEOLOGY. 648 pgs.
The Nirnayasindhu., 5010010002076. Kamalakar Bhatt. 1940. sanskrit. . 475 pgs.
the_nirnaya_sindhu., 2020010008716. sri kamalakar bhatta. 1940. sanskrit. NULL. 471 pgs.
how to download nirnayasindhu pdf
I hope you have seen the links to ‘Nirnayasindhu’ in the above comment. You can download books from Digital Library of India in PDF format using a free software available at http://dli-downloader.blogspot.in/2013/04/fast-dli-downloader-tool-to-download.html
One can download books from Digital Library of India in PDF format using a free software available at http://dli-downloader.blogspot.in/2013/04/fast-dli-downloader-tool-to-download.html
Firstly great work,
I want Vigyan Bharav book , i have its 2 volumes But others are missing .
You have not mentioned the name of the publishers of which you have 2 volumes. As you might know there are various editions of Vigyan Bhairava.
how to download the books from digital library of india ? i tried to download but i only found it only downloads one page only? how to download the whole book?…
how to download the books from digital library of india ?
You need to use a software for this purpose. You will find the details about these softwares and links at the following site –
Thanks for Sanskrit Teacher Part I & II. It seems Part II file has been damaged but I could download after a few attempts.
I am searching books,literature (beginner level) on Anubhashya, Subodhini, Shodash Granth written by Shrimad Vallabhacharya. I have heard that most publication has been from Rajasthan and Gujarat. I will appreciate if you can suggest some sites from where i can read or download the material.
Almost all the books that you need are there at Digital Library of India (DLI) hosted at http://www.dli.gov.in/
You will need a software to download books from DLI. All information in this regard is available at the following web page – http://sanskritdocuments.org/scannedbooks/
I’ve recently started learning Sanskrit..it’s so heartening to see so many people wanting to learn Sanskrit.. God bless all..
A very great work done by you peoples
thanks again and again
ahm ista sidhhi namakam grantham ichchhami
It is available at Digital Library of India and can be downloaded in PDF format using a free software available at http://dli-downloader.blogspot.in/2013/04/fast-dli-downloader-tool-to-download.html
Ista-Siddhi., 99999990166345. Hiriyanna M.. 1933. sanskrit. NULL. 750 pgs.
Please let me know how do download sanskrit grammer book in hindi…
I am finding books in english language.
There are plenty of Sanskrit grammar books in Hindi at Digital Library of India. You can download them in PDF format using “DLI Downloader” which is a free software available at http://dli-downloader.blogspot.in/2013/04/fast-dli-downloader-tool-to-download.html
Giving below direct link to Samskrita Swayam Sikshak Prabha. It is a very good book for beginners to learn Sanskrit grammar in Hindi.
Hello all, I wish to buy a hard copy (book) to learn sanskrit grammer with english descriptions (something similar to school books from standard 1st to 10th standard or a cumulative one book). Could somebody suggest me one or more good books and guide me as where i can buy them. I am from Hyderabad, i could not get access to hard copy of a good one. Expecting to hear from you. – Kumar (9030003379)
You can try ‘A smaller Sanskrit grammar’ and ‘A higher Sanskrit grammar’ by M R Kale. Both must be available at Motilal Benarsidass (mlbd.in).
Hello Mr. Bharateeya,
Thank you for your valuable guidance. I am ordering this book.
Thank you once gain.
Dear sir I want book Because I am not using computer or Android mobile phones.
Thank you very much for uploading this ebook
PLEASE GIVE YOUR CONTACT DETAILS
You can contact me through http://www.sanskritebooks.org/contact-us/
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Sir can u give videos link or pdf to study parichaya in sanskrit through english so far all links in samskritha sikhsanam are through hindi medium
I need full Hindi meaning of sanskrit Dhara book class 6and 7
Bahut bhaut aabhar ??
GOOD AFTERNOON MAM
From where will i get a proper guidance for writing my saral sanskrit shikshak’s parikshaya exam .. plzz guide me mam..