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A Smaller Sanskrit Grammar is specially intended for the Matriculation and the ordinary College students. Its plan of arrangement is the same as that of the ‘Higher Sanskrt Grammar.’ In it the more intricate rules and matter which was thought quite unnecessary for the students for whom it is intended have been omitted. The chapter on the Conjugation of Verbs has been almost the same as in the ‘Higher Sanskrit Grammar’, Frequentative verbs only being omitted. The last chapter contains but the commonest rules of Sanskrt Syntax.

“Those who desire a more thorough knowledge of Sanskrit Grammar may use ‘Higher Sanskrit Grammar.’ The wording of many rules has been the same in both, so that the two grammars may be used side by side.”

(From the author’s preface to the first edition of this book)

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25 Responses to “A Smaller Sanskrit Grammar – MR Kale”

  1. ramachandran ps says:

    Thanks a lot.

    Ramu

  2. Sampath says:

    I was searching for this book. I am glad that I found it here. Thank you very much.
    sampath

  3. adbhutam says:

    This is just to inform readers/visitors to this site that an article in Sanskrit concerning the Brahmasutra Bhashya of Shankaracharya is available for reading here:

    http://tinyurl.com/3aoweu2

    It is titled: जिज्ञासाधिकरणे वर्णकचतुष्टयम्

    Kindly give your valued comments on the same. I wish to improve my Sanskrit vocabulary and presentation skills.

    Regards,
    subrahmanian.v

  4. Pankaj Kamra says:

    Thank you I am pankaj and started learning Sanskrit can u tell me which books do i need to start from the basics i:e I just have done Sanskrit till Tenth. I need to be very good at sanskrit as i am going to take it as my Optional in UPSC/IAS.

  5. maria says:

    muchas gracias.

  6. safal sharma says:

    Thank you for having huge collection of Sanskrit, I also want to learn Sanskrit but i don t know where to start with, The Sanskrit teacher is no longer available, so please tell me where to find the basic book for learning Sanskrit. I appreciate your great work.
    safal

  7. Prof S K Kshirsagar says:

    This is the best book on Grammer in Sanskrit.It should be studied by Sanskrit lovers as well as all graduates.It is the mother of Sanskrit and Marathi language.His book on Uttarramayan is super.I owe to Shri M R Kale immensely.T o achieve perpetual satisfaction and pleasure every one must devote some time in the study of this language
    SKKshirsagar

    • JITENDRA says:

      This is the best book on Grammer in Sanskrit.It should be studied by Sanskrit lovers as well as all graduates.It is the mother of Sanskrit and Marathi language.His book on Uttarramayan is super.I owe to Shri M R Kale immensely.T o achieve perpetual satisfaction and pleasure every one must devote some time in the study of this language
      JITENDER PRASAD GAUTAM
      9782909700

  8. Gionei Gomes da Silva says:

    I loved reading everything you Mentioned.
    Please, who was born first: the Panini’s grammar or the grammar Greek?
    Within the grammar of Panini, who rises first: the verb or noun?
    Historians claim that Panini said: “ The noun was born before the verb”
    That may be true?
    Very grateful
    Gionei – Brazil

  9. akash patel says:

    i always thankful for this site for giving me such a good samskrit book

  10. surajit manna says:

    i can not download any books

  11. Shubham says:

    I want to become a sanskrit expert.|||||

  12. Savitri sharma says:

    I want Sanskrit book for biggner

  13. v.n.vadgama says:

    Sir,want to learn sanskrit. please introduc me book. and where i bought it.
    can i download it from net. if book is avalable in market. suggest price and address. if by post send me. what have i do.please reply.

  14. mahinda thero says:

    I want about ten lakara. please give me about it for my email.thanks my email is tmahindathero@gmail.com

  15. Sandra Sookdeo says:

    Thank you

  16. Naina says:

    Hari Om, Looking for krudanta suffixes of various dhatus with
    examples.(eg. Pathitavyam, pathitah, pathitha, pathitam, pathitavaan etc) Which sanskrit book should one refer to? Please guide. Thank you.

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