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Tuesday, April 18, How to learn Sanskrit First of all, if you are really serious and plan to read, understand and speak fluent Sanskrit, be prepared for a few years of training at a minimum.

For an average person, I would say 3 years of dedicated work to be able to read well; years for deep insight, fluency where you can think or even dream in Sanskrit in dreams you speak the language you use most and are fluent in.

Also be prepared for learning by heart and memorizing quite a lot of stuff in the first few years years. We would, therefore, suggest that memorising should not be frowned at and that it should be judiciously employed at different stages, both earlier and later, and for particular types of the material taught. The paradigms of declension and conjugation of Sanskrit come under the category referred to above, and all that can be said in caution is that, when making the students get them by heart, he may also be, according to his age and receiving capacity, taught to grasp intelligently the principles behind those paradigms, so that he may develop enough initiative to apply them to other stems and roots and not shy at venturing forth into the developed forms of stems and roots not memorised by him.

Whatever simplification of language or grammar or teaching method a gifted educationist might evolve, there is no getting away from a certain quantum of memorising. This we want to emphasise, as, with a certain unreality, there goes on an indiscriminate decrying of memorising, which has adverse repercussions on the very growth of the intellect and learning habits of the modern child.

Memorising in Sanskrit has its compensations. If the paradigms are dry, the Subhasitas, which one learns by heart in the early years, become his friend, philosopher and guide all through his life and equip him in his life and public activity with ready wit and wisdom. And if a Sanskritist cultivated memory for the verses of Valmiki and Kalidasa or for the rolling symphonies of Bana, they would prove a never-failing relaxation and delight to him.

The learning process is kind of tedious in the first 6 months or so. Then the fruits of the hard work start coming in. This is not a simple "Teach yourself quick in 30 days" kind of a book. It is simple, yet comprehensive enough for starters and takes about a year to finish it, if you are planning to read every day. Finish the book to almost 12th chapter during the first year.

You can then stop this book, start with some others I will explain shortly and then come back to finish other chapters. Every chapter begins with a few paragraphs of some historical or some linguistic intricacies of the concepts covered in the chapter.

If you cannot understand them, it is OK. Leave them, you can come back to them a few years afterwards if you like. Read every chapter every paragraph carefully. There is a wealth of info in each chapter. The good thing about this book is that the exercises have solutions.

If the exercises that ask you translate English text to Sanskrit are too tough often it is impossible to do identical translation; it is not a matter of difficulty, but the fact is that a sentence in English cannot be translated exactly in Sanskrit; it sounds odd. You have to "think" in Sanskrit to do a good translation. That comes after a few years of reading Sanskrit books , it is OK; Use them also as "Sanskrit-English"type exercises and use the solution as exercise and the actual exercise as solution.

Somewhere after a few chapters you have to pause, go to the appendix, learn by heart all the vibhaktis of all pronouns saH, ahaM, tvaM, etc. Fortunately for all the chapters till chapter 12, all you need to present tense, at least for the most part.

Once you have finished chapter 12, you can start reading Pancatantram etc. If you feel not knowing the verb forms are a bit decapacitating, you can go ahead start on the second book of grammar which I will describe shortly.

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Tuesday, April 18, How to learn Sanskrit First of all, if you are really serious and plan to read, understand and speak fluent Sanskrit, be prepared for a few years of training at a minimum. For an average person, I would say 3 years of dedicated work to be able to read well; years for deep insight, fluency where you can think or even dream in Sanskrit in dreams you speak the language you use most and are fluent in. Also be prepared for learning by heart and memorizing quite a lot of stuff in the first few years years. We would, therefore, suggest that memorising should not be frowned at and that it should be judiciously employed at different stages, both earlier and later, and for particular types of the material taught. The paradigms of declension and conjugation of Sanskrit come under the category referred to above, and all that can be said in caution is that, when making the students get them by heart, he may also be, according to his age and receiving capacity, taught to grasp intelligently the principles behind those paradigms, so that he may develop enough initiative to apply them to other stems and roots and not shy at venturing forth into the developed forms of stems and roots not memorised by him.

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