Modern Sanskrit Grammar (Anuvaad Chandrika)

By Tulasivallabha Das

Certificate Course

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Course Duration

36 hours


01 hour each

No. Of Sessions


Sessions per week




None - Fresher's can also join

Schedule of Classes


Starts on


07:30 pm to 08:30 pm IST

Regular classes on

Tue, Thu & Sat

About the Teacher


Tulasivallabha Das

Tulasivallabha Das,

Acharya in Sanskrit from Rastriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Tirupati.

Member of Sanskrit Bharati and Bharatiya Jyotish Samsthan.

Studied Astanga Hrudayam Ayurveda siddhanta from Varkala, Kerala.

Teacher at Lokasamskrita Pathashala, Vrindavan, U.P.

Course Overview

Course Description:

Brihat Anuvaad chandrika by Chakradhar Nautiyal is a grammar book for the fresher's. It talks about the roopas/ forms of shabdas and dhatoos which we use in our day to day life. 

In this book we get a complete set pf such siddha roopas that are useful for the students. 

In regular grammar we learn how to form such words with sutras but here we deal with the outcome. Therefore anyone can read this book and understand the science without any difficulty. Also there's no sutra memorization. All we do is to identify the roopas and directly imply them

Course Contents: 
Following chapters will be covered:-

  1. Sanjna
  2. Sandhi
  3. Vibhakti and Karaka
  4. Dhatu
  5. Kridanta
  6. Samas
  7. Taddhit

Target Audience: Anyone can learn

Assessment Plan: 

Course Requirement: Fresher's can also join

Important Guidelines for the Students: Maintaining regularity and sincierity

What will students gain from this course?

  1. An introduction to Sanskrit gramma
  2. Step by step understanding the science
  3. Learning different applications
  4. Usage of different verbs
  5. Formations of various padas/words
  6. Forming grammatically correct sentences
  7. Understanding Slokas and its grammar
  8. A complete entrance to the Sanskrit literature.

Why should one attend this course?

For understanding the scriptures.

What problems of the students are we solving through the course?

Will be able to understand the meaning of the shastras through grammar.

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