Learn Sanskrit Nouns ending in a Consonant | संस्कृत हलन्त शब्द 40

संस्कृतम के इस पाठ में हम संस्कृत के हलंत शब्दों के रूपों, यानि विभक्तियों का अध्ययन करेंगे। संस्कृत में आठ विभक्तियाँ रहती हैं, जिन्हें कर्ता कारक, कर्म कारक, करण कारक, संप्रदान कारक, अपादान कारक, संबंध कारक, अधिकरण कारक और सम्बोधन कारक कहा जाता है। इस संस्कृत पाठ में हम इन कारकों को देखेंगे। पाठ के अंत में हम सरल संस्कृत वाक्य बनाएँगे।

The present video is a Sanskrit lesson on the Sanskrit declension. Here is described the Sanskrit Masculine Nouns ending in a consonant. A Sanskrit noun is declined in 8 case. These are the Subject case, the Object Case, the Instrumental Case, the Dative Case, the Ablative Case, the Possessive Case, the Locative Case and the Vocative Case. In the end of the lesson, we will make simple Sanskrit Sentences.

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