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"It is clear, simple, well thought out. it uses english grammatical terms, the Devanagari is big and clear... If you are learning or teaching sanskrit, this is definitevely the best choice." Amazon Com "This primer is useful 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 "If you are interested in do it at home learning of basic Sanskrit, this is among the best book we have seen. It is calibrated to small learning steps with appropriate exercises. the description of grammatical rule is clear." --Hinduism Today --by the customer

It introduces concepts in an easy to understand, tabular format - which is easy for a western student, while at the same time being respectful of the traditional teaching. The entire text is a fun read, with plenty of 1) examples (in form of tables) throughout the text 2) translation exercises at the end of each chapter (with answers right there) 3) 1 Bhagwad Gita Shaloka in each text with full grammatical analysis and word meanings right there. 4) Plenty of vocabulary in each chapter The language used by the Author does not feel technical, while at the same time introducing various topics with completeness and clarity. The whole book is a fun reading. I highly recommend this book. Would also recommend 'Sanskrit without apprehension', and 'Sanskrit Sambodhini' by Dr. Madhav Deshpande. I also highly recommend 'Elementary Grammar' by Monier Williams. This book is a gentle introduction and reinforcement to Sanskrit Grammar. --Pankaj Gupta on October 12, 2009

Easy to follow, continues in the great tradition of the first volume. The devanagari script is large and easy to read, all grammar is taken from Bhagavad-Gita verses, there are plenty of exercises for practice. In short, a perfect tutorial that keeps your interest and continues to inspire. --Kjell Benson on September 21, 2009

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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 Rk Samhita, Upanisads, Yoga Sutas, Brahma Sutras, and Manu Smrti. Part Two uses verses from the Bhagavad-Gita to teach principles of grammar, and includes additional essays on Sanskrit pronunciation and grammar.

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Par Evelyne le 1 septembre 2012
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Ce livre est à conseiller. Evidemment il faut avoir "étudié" le premier volume pour profiter pleinement des explications données.
C'est un livre qui convient très bien pour "auto- didactes".
A conseiller pour personnes voulant apprendre le Sanskrit à leur ritme . Et ceci en se "plongeant" dans les textes millénaires de la Bhagavad Gita. Une expérience unique!
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Le livre est très pratique. Nous avançons pas par pas. La langue entre et en même temps le Bagavat Gita. Très enrichissant. Grand merci.
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HASH(0x92c1dd38) étoiles sur 5 Great Book 12 octobre 2009
Par Pankaj Gupta - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an excellent and a very delightful book.

It introduces concepts in an easy to understand, tabular format - which is easy for a western student, while at the same time being respectful of the traditional teaching.

The entire text is a fun read, with plenty of
1) examples (in form of tables) throughout the text
2) translation exercises at the end of each chapter (with answers right there)
3) 1 Bhagwad Gita Shaloka in each text with full grammatical analysis and word meanings right there.
4) Plenty of vocabulary in each chapter

The language used by the Author does not feel technical, while at the same time introducing various topics with completeness and clarity.

The whole book is a fun reading.

I highly recommend this book. Would also recommend 'Sanskrit without apprehension', and 'Sanskrit Sambodhini' by Dr. Madhav Deshpande. I also highly recommend 'Elementary Grammar' by Monier Williams.

This book is a gentle introduction and reinforcement to Sanskrit Grammar.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x92c22e40) étoiles sur 5 Why we study Sanskrit in the first place 21 septembre 2009
Par Kjell Benson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Easy to follow, continues in the great tradition of the first volume.
The devanagari script is large and easy to read, all grammar is taken from Bhagavad-Gita verses, there are plenty of exercises for practice. In short, a perfect tutorial that keeps your interest and continues to inspire.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x92c22e04) étoiles sur 5 Best Sanskrt book available 28 mai 2013
Par Ben - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have several other books on Sanskrt but they tend to be confusing ambiguous and overwhelming even for me and I speak several languages. This book is clear and straight forward as can be. It doesn't have any audio companion to aid in learning pronunciation but I haven't found any that do. Help in pronunciation can be found at a great Sanskrt web site however www.learnsanskrit.org. The web site pretty much follows this book very closely.
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HASH(0x97772114) étoiles sur 5 Binding a problem 10 avril 2010
Par R Rosen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The text itself is an excellent introduction to a ridiculously difficult language. But I bought the less expensive hard-back from Motilal Banarsidass, and as is typical of books published in India, the binding fell apart immediately. Still would highly recommend text, but beware the binding, I've had to tape mine back together.
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HASH(0x97772174) étoiles sur 5 Not as good as Part I 21 septembre 2013
Par Floral Symphony - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I consider Part I a five star book, but don't be surprised if you have more trouble with this one, as it has not been written as carefully for those still shaky on the learning path.
Lessons are so long and unwieldy that by the time I get to the end of one I cannot remember the beginning. And that means the exercises, which are challenging, don't work for me as a method to drill and consolidate.
The grammatical explanations are simple, perhaps even occasionally lacking in adequate explanation, but they are presented at such a pace and in such a way that consolidation is not there.
The vocabulary in part one is gentle and easy to assimilate, but insufficient for a really confident wide-ranging grasp of basic sanskrit. Then part two suddenly jumps into abstract nouns, verbs and concepts, and abstract in sanskrit is abstract indeed. The fault for this lies in the choice of the baghavad gita as the primary and only source. Although this is a wonderful piece of literature, the sanskrit is not simple. It consists mainly of philosophical conceptualisation and discussion expressed in abstract words. It is too much of a jump to go from part one to this.
On the positive side the grammatical tables at the end of the book are a great summary, reference and learning tool.
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