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by Arthur Anthony MacDonell

eBook A Vedic Grammar for Students epub
  • ISBN: 0195602315
  • Author: Arthur Anthony MacDonell
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 18, 1976)
  • Pages: 518 pages
  • ePUB size: 1297 kb
  • FB2 size 1390 kb
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Countless Vedic Students and Scholars have been inspired and motivated by this book.

Countless Vedic Students and Scholars have been inspired and motivated by this book. I would recommend an intermediate level Classic/Epic Sanskrit before attempting this. 30 of the 1,028 hymns of the Rig Veda are examined in detail.

A Vedic Grammar for Students. by Arthur Anthony MacDonell (Author). This book is a companion version of the book "Sanskrit Grammar for Students" by the same author that describes Classical Sanskrit grammar. ISBN-13: 978-0195602319. Every section in the Vedic book references the corresponding section in the Classical book, explaining and highlighting only the Vedic specific grammar/usage.

A Vedic Reader for Students, Arthur Anthony Macdonell, Oxford, 1917. Clark, Walter E. (March 1936).

Arthur Anthony Macdonell, FBA (11 May 1854 – 28 December 1930), 7th of Lochgarry, was a noted Sanskrit scholar. MacDonell, Arthur Anthony (1900). A Vedic Reader for Students, Arthur Anthony Macdonell, Oxford, 1917. Arthur Anthony Macdonell (1854–1930)". Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A Vedic Grammar for Students. The present work is to a great extent based on the author's large Vedic Grammar. It is however, by no means simply and abridgement of that work. For besides being differently arranged so as to agree with the scheme of his other work Sanskrit Grammar it contains much matter excluded from the Vedic Grammar. Thus it constitutes a supplement to the Vedic Grammar.

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Title: A Vedic grammar for students Author: Arthur Anthony Macdonell. This is an exact replica of a book published in 1916. survey of Vedic sounds as enabling the student to understand The employment of transliteration has been necessary because by this means alone. The book reprint was manually improved by a team of professionals, as opposed to automatic/OCR processes used by some companies. However, the book may still have imperfections such as missing pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were a part of the original text. adequately indicated.

A Vedic Grammar for Students by Arthur Anthony MacDonell (Paperback, 2000). New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. See the seller's listing for full details. See all condition definitions– opens in a new window or tab. 98. 3 rub. + 21. 8 rub p&p. By (author) Arthur Anthony Macdonell.

Vedic Grammar for Students Hardcover – August 1, 2002.

Comments: (5)
Road.to sliver
This is one of just a handful of rare books that exist on Vedic Sanskrit grammar. This book is a companion version of the book "Sanskrit Grammar for Students" by the same author that describes Classical Sanskrit grammar. Every section in the Vedic book references the corresponding section in the Classical book, explaining and highlighting only the Vedic specific grammar/usage. The assumption is that the reader is already familiar with the classical usage found in the companion book, so you need to buy that book to refer to really understand this book.

This book (Vedic grammar) is a scanned facsimile copy of some old library book and has many marks, writings, side notes, stampings, etc. typical in library books. I guess the publishers could have erased the marks after scanning, but they didn't do it. The font is huge and the print is clear, so the marks don't affect the readability, just the aesthetics. One other thing, the Sanskrit text is not in Devanagari font but in transliterated Roman font, unlike the companion book which uses the Devanagari font for Sanskrit text.

Overall a very useful and lucid book that walks you step-by-step through the intricacies of Vedic Sanskrit grammar. Such books were always a rare find, and more so nowadays.
Ffyan
such books should not be sold. The title is misleading: this is NOT the "Vedic grammar" most readers are thinking about - instead, it is the shortened version, "The Vedic Grammar for Students" (it actually says so inside of the book, but not on the cover). It is a very good book, too, of course, but those looking for the longer version should by no means buy this poorly photographed cheap edition. A real shame publishers are allowed to get away with such poor work.
VAZGINO
The author explains that, while the intended audience is the Vedic student, it is appropriate to know basic Sanskrit first. I don't but intend to. Nonetheless, I've found it tremendously helpful with pronunciation and grasping some of the nuances of the allegoric literature. Although a more extensive edition exists, the information in this one is massive and cogently organized. The order arrived within days.
Kanal
The quality of the print is quite poor and difficult to read.
Samulkis
MacDonnell's Vedic Grammar is the classic reference book for the beginner and, indeed, for the advanced student of the Rg-Veda. It is traditionally arranged, covering phonology issues, accent, and morphology. The book thoroughly covers the nominal and the verbal systems, which may be especially confusing for the student. A separate chapter discussing sandhi is especially well written.
I recommend this book as the best Vedic grammar published in English , although it has its drawbacks - for example, some (more or less obscure) verbal forms do not appear. But, even with all the deficiences in mind, MacDonnell's book is still an excellent grammar, a must for anyone who wishes to study the Vedic language.
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