Sanskrit Language Course, Audio CD, Learn, Speak, Instruction
- $265.00 set of 8 Audio CD Volume 1 + $12.50 p & h or $44.80 foreign delivery, with insurance
Item Code : AMER4148Includes 8 Audio CD discs ( = 8 hours), plus a 130-page textbook. Volume 1 contains eleven full-page illustrations of the mouth positions essential for learning to pronounce Sanskrit. Both Volumes 1 and 2 include pages which are color-coded and in ring binging to allow you to see the symmetry of the language and facilitate memorization. Vyaas Houston, a Sanskrit scholar and Yoga teacher, designed the method. "I want to tell you how impressed I am with Sanskrit by CD and what a tremendous support for our students it is. It greatly facilitates their learning in the oral aspects of Sanskrit -- pronunciation and the recitation of both paradigms and verses, and all this in a format which is clearly and beautifully presented. I'm all admiration for the service that you've done for Sanskrit studies." -- Nadine Berardi, Instructor of Sanskrit, Columbia University ? New York, NY
- $355.00 set Volumes 1 & 2 + $18.50 p&h or $54.80 foreign delivery with insurance
Item Code : AMER4150*** (savings of $35.00!) *** Parts 1 & 2 (Lessons 1 thru 12) $_$_START_LIST ? 12 compact disks in a handsome white Vinyl carrying case. ? 275 large (8-1/2 x 11") pages with large, sharp type -- makes reading Sanskrit a pleasure. ? 3-Ring soft binder, with the Sanskrit Alphabet; with color-coded indexes. ? 22 full-page illustrations of mouth positions, essential for learning pronounce Sanskrit. ? 18 pages of color-coded diagrams showing the symmetry of the language. Instructive exercises that help you to master the material; with answer key. Teaches the forms most essential to Sanskrit literature, in order of frequency of usage. $_$_END_LIST "You've made it so easy, even a bear could learn it... You love Sanskrit the way I love Bach." --Vladimir Feltsman, World renowned concert pianist
Item Code : UHAW4152It is a stimulating and infectious approach, designed to cultivate rapid and lasting enthusiasm for Sanskrit. Important features of the work are the use of connected passages for exercise which are intrinsically more interesting and challenging than the unrelated sentences found in other grammars; the great deal of attention given to the explanation of the Devanagari system; and the extensive appendices and glossaries in a separate volume. Customer Review: "I have seen a few others and tried using one of them, but this set by Maurer is easily the best I have come across. The script is easy to read and the grammar is carefully presented to make it possible for the beginner to start using and enjoying the language immediately. Additionally, the second volume provides a historical overview of the language and other Indo-European tongues, all the conjugational and declensional paradigms, and a two-way dictionary for easy reference. It's expensive - the author sacrificed his royalties to force the publishers into a hardcover - but well worth the money."
- $46.95 + $5.50 p&h or $12.50 foreign delivery
Item Code : MRAW4153Do you want to read Indian classics in the original? Do you want to progress quickly beyond the basics? Do you want to reach a high standard? Teach Yourself Sanskrit is not only a primer, but also a work of scholarship, for the book contains much original material on Sanskrit syntax and usage. The carefully graded chapters explain Sanskrit grammar and style with exceptional clarity. The text includes an introduction to the n?gar? script, a useful explanation of how to use Sanskrit commentaries, plenty of examples from actual Sanskrit works, extensive vocabularies into and out of Sanskrit and a full key to all the exercises.
- $17.95 + $5.50 p&h or $12.50 foreign delivery
Item Code : HIPP4155
- $20.95 + $5.50 p&h or $12.50 foreign delivery
Item Code : HIPP4156The book contains all the grammatical information students of Sanskrit will need during their first three years of study. It begins with a comprehensive pronunciation guide and an introduction to the Devanagari alphabet. Subsequent sections cover such topics as syntax, verb classes, and declension patterns. All Sanskrit material appears in both Devanagari script and Roman transliteration. Paperback. 324 pages. Size 5?"x8?.