NOC:Intermediate Level of Spoken Sanskrit


Lecture 1 - Introduction to the devanāgarī script: varṇamālā or alphabet


Lecture 2 - Introduction to the devanāgarī script: combining consonants


Lecture 3 - Revision and practice of vibhakti - declension forms: masculine words


Lecture 4 - Revision and practice of vibhakti - declension forms: feminine words


Lecture 5 - Revision and practice of vibhakti - declension forms: neuter words


Lecture 6 - Revision and practice of vibhakti - declension forms: first and second person pronouns in the singular


Lecture 7 - Introduction to the first and second person pronouns in the plural forms - Part 1


Lecture 8 - Revision and practice of the first and second person pronouns in the plural - Part 2


Lecture 9 - Introduction of the first person pronoun in the dual form - Part 1


Lecture 10 - Introduction of the first person pronoun in the dual form - Part 2


Lecture 11 - Introduction of the second person pronoun in the dual form - Part 1


Lecture 12 - Introduction of the second person pronoun in the dual form - Part 2


Lecture 13 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/f) in the plural - Part 1


Lecture 14 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/f) in the plural - Part 2


Lecture 15 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/f) in the plural - Part 3


Lecture 16 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the plural - Part 4


Lecture 17 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the plural - Part 5


Lecture 18 - Revision and Exercises: third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the plural


Lecture 19 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the dual - Part 1


Lecture 20 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the dual - Part 2


Lecture 21 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the dual - Part 3


Lecture 22 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the dual - Part 4


Lecture 23 - Third person pronouns and nouns (m/n/f) in the dual - Part 5


Lecture 24 - Revision of the third person pronouns and nouns (m/n) in the dual - Part 1


Lecture 25 - Revision of the third person pronouns and nouns (f) in the dual - Part 2


Lecture 26 - Introduction to the verb conjugations in the kriyātipatti-lṛṅ (the conditional)


Lecture 27 - Introduction to the verb conjugations in the vidhi-liṅ (the optative)


Lecture 28 - Introduction to the conjugation of ‘as’ (to be) from the adādigaṇa (2nd group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 29 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb ‘dā’ (to give) from the juhotyādigaṇa (3rd group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 30 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb ‘div’ (to shine, to sport) and ‘vid’ (to know) from the divādigaṇa (4th group)


Lecture 31 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb ‘śru’ (to hear) from the svādigaṇa (5th group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 32 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb from the kṛ (to do) from the tanādigaṇa (8th group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 33 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb 'mil' (to meet) from the tudādigaṇa (6th group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 34 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb 'bhuj' (to protect) from the rudhādigaṇa (7th group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 35 - Introduction to the conjugation of the verb ‘jñā’ (to know) from the kryādigaṇa (9th group) in the various tenses and moods


Lecture 36 - Introduction of nouns (m) ending with ‘u’ and ‘i’ in the three vacanas


Lecture 37 - Introduction of nouns (n) ending with ‘u’ and ‘i’ in the three vacanas


Lecture 38 - Introduction of nouns (f) ending with ‘u’ and ‘i’ in the three vacanas


Lecture 39 - Introduction of nouns (m) ending with ‘in’ and of nouns (n/f) ending with ‘n’ in the three vacanas


Lecture 40 - Introduction of nouns (m/n/f) ending with ‘t’ in the three vacanas


Lecture 41 - Introduction of nouns (m/f/n) ending with ‘ṛ’ in the three vacanas


Lecture 42 - Introduction to the svarasandhi


Lecture 43 - Introduction to the visargasandhi


Lecture 44 - Introduction to the vyañjanasandhi


Lecture 45 - Summary and Conclusion