This page organizes the content of this course into modules for ease of reference.
All content was produced by me unless otherwise noted, and can be shared widely with attribution in accordance with the terms of the CC-BY-SA license.
This is a list of all of the video lessons we’ve done in this course:
Exercises and resources for learning the Dēvanāgarī script.
Nouns, adjectives, and pronouns.
Another useful reference is the Mādhavīyadhātupāṭhaḥ, also available on the Sanskrit Library, which can be sorted according to class, meaning, form, etc. For convenience, here is the same set of verbal roots as a Google Spreadsheet.
Participles associated with a particular stem (e.g., present, perfect) should be consulted in the relevant section.
How sounds are transformed when they come into contact with other sounds.
One good resource for learning sandhi is Murray Emeneau’s book, Sanskrit Sandhi and Exercises [Google Books; here is a download link]. Most of the exercises have been converted into online forms (see below).
Another excellent at-a-glance reference is the Arṇanidhi handout made by Somdev Vasudeva.
Here is a general handout on feature spreading in Sanskrit.
The following exercises are all drawn from Murray Emeneau’s Sanskrit Sandhi and Exercises.