|A Practical Sanskrit Introductory - a direct scan of an entire free book by Charles Wikner, containing 15 introductory lessons on the Sanskrit Language and Devanagari Script|
13-November-2001 - 16:10:50|
Wikner Rocks! I have found Wikner's stair-step approach and use of limited vocabulary has allowed me to easily transition from Roman to Devanagari script. His lessons ealily guide the student to familiarity with fundamental gramatical concepts.
Art 27-March-2002 - 08:29:25
This link is no longer functional. Too bad.
Carrie 27-March-2002 - 16:02:16
Art - it may have been temporarily down earlier today. Try it again; it seems fine now.
Chris 06-June-2002 - 10:13:03
I have been using this book as an aid to study for over 2 years and I have found it to be extremely useful. It is very handy where it points out the differences (which are minor) in different traditions, that often seem to be the cause of much confusion. Also the instructions for using the Monier-Williams Dictionary are priceless and should be included in the M-W dictionary itself!
Dario Chioli 15-June-2002 - 11:30:37
I have appreciated the clear and large exposition of Mr. Wikner. I hope he can prosecute his work and write a syntax too.
Michelle 03-August-2003 - 15:07:47
I like the format, works for me.
Puneet Seth 13-October-2003 - 04:45:42
Just too good an effort by a superior human being.
Shishya 04-January-2007 - 00:17:04
A great introduction to all the elements necessary to start working directly with Sanskrit texts. The author also maintains a refreshingly positive tone in regards to the inherent value and spiritual meaning of Shruti. Well done!
Manohar Gurukondala Narasimhan 27-May-11 - 01:14:07
Just want to learn
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