Sanskrit and panini

Posted on February 24, 2007. Filed under: Uncategorized |

My fascination and curiosity on sanskrit all these days have surfaced again after i read a few articles and research papers by subhash kak. Read his research on the grammar notation which was used by Panini (a 5th century b.c. grammarian) which is another reflection of the concepts forming the root of the Backus-Naur form (1959) which is presently used to represent grammar of computing languages. I also came across a website by seshukarthik. Here is the link to his sanskrit site – sanskritvoice.com. I’ve included a glossary link to my blog too which would present 3 random sanskrit words and their meanings. Mission – Learn sanskrit. 😉

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Good work!
Very interesting to know words in sanskrit.Also very proud that u r doing ur bit to promote sanskrit!

Keep going!

He he, u know my proficiency in learning languages.


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