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What is "vyakaranam"

Notably, these sutras cover all the different types of usage found in the Bhagavata Purana and in Gaudiya literature. He also translated the two commentaries on Hari namamrta namely Amrtasvadini and Bala-tosani and included his own commentary, called Samsodhini, which provides further clarification and additional information on the topics covered by Jiva Gosvami. Foreword Hari-namamrta-vyakarana is the best treatise on Sanskrit grammar. In a clear way, Jiva Gosvami included both the rules set by Panini and the additional rules written by Katyayana Varttika , Patanjali Mahabhasya and others. On occasion, Jiva Gosvami himself created rules to reflect the usage of the Sanskrit language in the Puranas. The Sanskrit language was primarily a spoken language: The rules were made to reflect the usage in the bhasa spoken language and in the scriptures. Every full treatise on Sanskrit grammar must contain at least seven chapters prakaranam on the classical topics.


This text consists of eight chapters, each divided into four padas, cumulatively containing sutras. The study of grammar and the structure of language is traceable to the Rigveda , or 2nd millennium BCE, in hymns attributed to sage Sakalya. One school, for example, held that all nouns have verbal roots, while another held that not all nouns have verbal roots. There were many schools of Sanskrit grammar in ancient India, all established before the mid 1st-millennium BCE.



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