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Required TGT Sanskrit & PRT Teachers - Savanu International School - Alipur, Delhi

Sanskrit Jobs - Thu, 08/03/2017 - 10:58
Required TGT Sanskrit & PRT Teacher for a reputated school in situated in North West District. Interested candidates can send their resume....
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Executive Engineer – The Anya Gurgaon - SOEG - Gurgaon, Haryana

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 08/02/2017 - 21:05
Meaning “different” in Sanskrit, Anya is the perfect name for this hotel, which presents worldly sophistication with a splash of Indian panache and contemporary...
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Guest Relations Executive (GRE) – The Anya Gurgaon - SOEG - Gurgaon, Haryana

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 08/02/2017 - 21:05
Meaning “different” in Sanskrit, Anya is the perfect name for this hotel, which presents worldly sophistication with a splash of Indian panache and contemporary...
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TGT Sanskrit - kamal model sr. sec. school - New Delhi, Delhi

Sanskrit Jobs - Tue, 08/01/2017 - 09:08
Qualification: - B.A. Sanskrit, B.Ed. and CTET cleared Job Type: Full-time Salary: ₹15,000.00 ₹15,000 a month
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Sanskrit Translators / Scholars - Nithyananda University Press - Bengaluru, Karnataka

Sanskrit Jobs - Sun, 07/30/2017 - 13:48
We are hiring passionate sanskrit people, who have background in Sanskrit - either education or experience....
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Sanskrit Translators / Scholars - Nithyananda University Press - Bangalore, Karnataka

Sanskrit Jobs - Sun, 07/30/2017 - 13:48
We are hiring passionate sanskrit people, who have background in Sanskrit - either education or experience....
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KARMA PHALA AND THE ROLE OF GOD

VEDVIKAS - Fri, 07/28/2017 - 21:16
In the scheme of nature, there is a free will for an individual to do something or not to do something or do differently. This is the free space available to us.Destiny, on the other hand, plays its trick starting with the birth of a child. Why one is born poor and another rich ? Why one is healthy and another has serious birth defects? One loses the mother the moment it is born? One is born dead? The questions are too many.But what is the force which causes such disparities ? Whether God is to be blamed for this partiality?The only logical answer could be the Karma Theory which explains that the human being takes birth to exhaust his PrArabdha Karma. This gets extinguished only by experiencing in the world, going through the vicious cycles of pleasures and pains. In the process there is always a little scope to do some action within a limited domain. Just like a Cow which is tied by a long rope has the freedom to move within the space determined based on the length of the rope, human beings have some free will to exercise. Beyond that limited area the tied cow cannot roam about. This represents the force of destiny. The reason why some selected people lose their precious life suddenly due to accidents, diseases, natural calamities like Tsunami , earthquake, floods,  fire and so on cannot be otherwise explained.Self- effort is absolutely essential for any one without taking shelter under the guise of destiny. Therefore one has to do his Svadharma in a given environment without any attachment to the fruits of action. If destiny decides otherwise, one should have the will power to take it in his stride in a positive manner without losing heart. For this meditation techniques help a lot to make one develop equanimity towards the dualities. One should take caution not to abuse the little free will that is available to him.Despite one's best intentions and efforts, the effect of PrArabdha Karma embedded as VAsanAs may suddenly manifest and impact one any time. But that is the embedded secret of life .The role of God in the scheme of Karma is that he has created the process of cause and effect and ensures that it works out without any flaw whether it is an ordinary person or a mighty man. God’s worship mitigates the impact of  the numerous problems of life  caused by one’s bad karmas and gives him the moral  strength to bear them and come out of them.In order to get released from  the vicious circle of birth and death  caused by one’s accumulated Karmas over many births, BhagavAn offers a secret and secure route of grace which is available for one whose mind is focused on the Supreme and who has unconditionally surrendered unto him. For those great souls, BhagavAn neurtralises all their  bad deeds and grants them his divine association for ever.It is very difficult to  understand properly the concept of Karma and Karma phala. KarmaNohyapi boddhavyam boddhavyam ca vikarmaNah akarmaNasca boddhavyam gahaNa karmaNo gatih ॥--- Bhagavad GItAAs per Dharma SAstras, there are different types of Sins classified as mahApApa, PAtaka, anupAtaka, upapApa, atipAtaka, mahApAtaka, upapAtaka, jAtibhramsakara, SankarIkaraNa, apAtrIkaraNa, malAvaha, PrakIrNaka and so on.Just like a drop of oil  spreading over water, the sin gets transmitted from one person to another by association with a sinner.sankrAmanti hi papAni taila bindurivAmbhasi cAndrAyaNam Yavakam tulA purushairiva ca ॥One who blesses the sinner gets infected by the sins of the latter.Kurvantyanugraham ye tu tat pApam teshu Gacchati SarIrasyAtyaye prApte vadanti niyamam tu ye ॥--- ParASara smrtiThrough DakshiNa the sins get transferred to the BrAhmaNa and through the recitation of the Vedas, the pApas of the BrAhmaNa get nullified.DakshiNAnAm BrAhmaNena BrAhmaNasya chandobhi:chandaSam svAdhyAyenapahata pApmA......---- TaittirIya AraNyakaKarma MargaBy doing prAyascitta as per dharma SAstras, one’s sins get destroyed.prAyascitta Sabdah pApakshayArthe naimittike karma viSesha rUdah --- vijnAneSvarahJnAna YogaRegarding distribution of Karma of a Self-realized person, Atma bodha explains that the critics share his sins and the followers share his puNyas.Ye jnAninam nindanti, dvishanti, du:kha pradAnam kurvanti tAnprati jnAnikrtam sarvamAgAmi kriyamANam yadavAcyam karma tatpApAtmakam gacchati ---Tatva BodhaBhakti yogaBhagavAn KrshNa assures that He would deliver one from all sins if one unconditionally surrenders to Him. Hence there is no sin which the Supreme cannot nullify.Sarva dharmAn parityajya mAmekam SaraNam vraja Aham tvA sarva pApebhyo mokshayishyAmi Ma Sucah ॥--- Bhagavad GItakalau kalmasha chittAnAm pApadravyopa jIvinAm vidhikriyA vihInAnAm gatir govinda kIrtanam ॥natAvat pApamedheta yannAmnA na hatam hare:atireka bhayAdahu: prAyascittAntaram vrthA ॥--- Yoga YAjnavalkya:sakṛdeva prapannAya tavAsmIti ca yAcate abhayaṃ sarva bhUtebhyo dadAmi Etat vratam mama ॥--- VAlmIkI RAmAyaNamImpact of Bad deeds on the Doer and his Family(1) Depending on the gravity and intensity of the sins, it can affect only the doer or along with him his wife or son or daughter or any one associated with him or  some or all of them together at any point of time.(2) The Sins can be destroyed by following Karma yoga, jnAna yoga or Bhakti yoga as aforesaid. Else it may affect the person and his family depending on the severity of the Sins committed.(3) Unconditional surrender to the lotus feet of the Supreme by following Bhakti Yoga will definitely nullify all sins and one will get released. This is applicable to all. (4) All the lineal descendants including sons , daughters, grand sons and grand daughters may get impacted depending upon the severity of the Sin. It will be very difficult to draw a matrix of all the sins in the world and then say who are all will be affected, to what extent, when (whether in this birth or later), in what sequence, to what extent, why and how. The Prarabdha Karma has to be experienced by all.Karma Phala (Fruit of Action)(1) Like a young calf which recognizes the mother cow amidst thousand other cows, the karma done by a person follows him meticulously.(2) Like the tree which yields flowers and fruits at the appointed seasons, the fruit of action also manifests at the proper time.(3) If a person cuts trees with an axe, then the person who cuts incurs the sin and not the Axe nor the maker of the Axe.(4) For one's action Supreme is not responsible.(5) There is the Supreme who by his Laws dispenses the Karma Phalam.(6) Good and bad deeds rotate like a wheel.(7) When there is great natural calamity like famine etc, all the people including great Rishis by-pass the dharma and adopt what is known as the Apad dharma(8)In the case of a realized person, whatever karma he does after realization gets distributed to those who praise and follow him and also to those who find fault with him. The former gets his puNya phala and the latter the PApa, if any. He experiences the prArabdha karma while his Sancita karma gets neutralized.(9) Karma done without the sense of doership and offered at the feet of the Supreme does not bind one.(10) The Supreme intervenes in the case of a very select few (who truly deserve) and neutralises their karma due to his divine grace.prAyascittAnyaSeshANi tapah karmAtmakAni vai  yAni teshamaSeshANAm KrishNAnussmaraNam param ॥जय जय श्रीराधे 
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KALKI VANDANAM

VEDVIKAS - Fri, 07/28/2017 - 09:07
कल्कि वन्दनम्
KALKI VANDANAM
जगन्नाथाय देवाय विश्वेश्वराय विष्णवे ।महाकालाग्निरुपाय कल्किस्वरूपिणे नमः ॥
जय जय श्रीराधे 
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Wanted LADY Teacher : PGT ,TGT AND LADY Office Assistant - rising public school - Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 07/26/2017 - 14:52
*FRESHER CANDIDATE WILL BE GIVEN MORE PREFERENCE* *PLEASE APPLY ONLY THOSE CANDIDATE WHO ARE FROM GWALIOR AND NEAR BY LOCATION .* REQUIREMENT 1 PGT AND TGT...
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marathi / hindi / sanskrit / english - Smart Learning Centre - Wagholi, Maharashtra

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 07/26/2017 - 14:38
Urgent requirement for hindi , marathi and Sanskrit faculty....at our coaching classes. Please call on seven five five eight three five zero two two two....
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Text of the Brochureॐ तत्सत् Sanskrit is not just a language but an inexhaustible treasure of knowledge. If we allow this to be lost we will be swept backward in the pursuit of knowledge. To know how YOU can contribute to the revival, pl join our campaign. ॐ तत्सत्
Objectives of Kaushalam Trust1. Preservation of knowledge Treasure.2. Propagation of language and literature.3. Learning + Teaching which can be quick and higher.4. Research and revalidation of Indian traditions and knowledge (पुनः प्रस्थापना)5. Felicitation and highlighting of scholars, institutions, and families who preserved manuscripts and protected the knowledge.6. To apply modern technology for 1 - 5.7. Explore Sanskrit as tool for modernity.8. Apart from literature, explore Astrology, Ayurveda, Mantra-sound, Environment-cleansing, Geography, Archaeology, Music (गान, तन्त्र), Economics, Toursim, Yoga, Health Science, Political Science, etc.9. Apply Six systems of Philosophy and other prevalent thoughts 10. Explore use of Sanskrit grammer in next-gen computers (eg trials by NASA)
Why and What of a TV serial Sanskrit Ki DuniyaNo copyright. All ideas, concepts, visions and plans described here are free to all. Anyone can copy, reproduce, preach, assimilate, practice or produce by taking clues from these ideas.
Why a serialSanskrit has an intellectual as well as emotional value for Indians.To capture both, we should design a weekly serial that will keep our continuous presence before public.V
iewers like it as it offers tremendous flexibility to them, thus avoiding to make demands on their time – they may decide that it is very interesting and hence participate or see with interest and remember and talk to others, or see for entertainment and forget or ignore to see , but it will all be their wish.
Why and what shall we do for Sanskrit through the TV serial Sanskrit ki duniya. ?
1. If Indians don’t do then who will do? Hence our decision2. Sanskrit has a huge treasure of knowledge – to explore it3. Father was a Sanskrit scholar, and only when he was no more did we realize what a treasure of knowledge in Sanskrit was lost. There are many more scholars like him, advancing in their age. We must facilitate and ensure the flow of their knowledge to appropriate receipients.4. People interested in Sanskrit are of 3 categories –· Peripheral learners, students etc who want some shlokas, some quick-learning lessons, a bit of grammar, and vocabulary so that when they read a small passage, they can savor its beauty and contents· Somewhat deep learner, not very keen on language itself but wanting to know from the vast treaure of knowledge contents in Sanskrit· Great scholars, keen on attaining further heights as well as giving their acquired wisdom to others, researchers, institutions etc.5. We would build up network among all those who are doing good work for Sanskrit. Hence emphasis will not be on telling the world that we are doing a great job but to tell world what all great jobs are being done by all those people for whom the network will be created.6. why would the youth learn Sanskrit – 1 prominent reason is the growing of market economy. With MNCs wanting to capture Indian market and also trying to source their raw-material and production from India, they need a middle-management that can deal with customers and workers both in Indian languages. They would need to use icons, symbols and philosophies which are essentially Indian. Hence the knowledge of Sanskrit and its treasures of wisdom is necessary. Example I would like to quote is the high TRP for 'Aaj Tak’ program Tej Tare. This is also important because wherever they go in India these icons, symbols and philosophies are the same.7. That is why learning Sanskrit and becoming the champion of our rich cultural heritage are not very far from each other.8. Involve Senior citizens to once again build up the tradition of story-telling to build up the bond between them and their third generation. For this we shall begin with the stories of Mahabharat, the world’s largest epic.Vision, Mission and FAQs




Vision
" To revive Sanskrit to its well-deserved glory and pride, lest its vast treasure of knowledge is lost," to uncover and consolidate researchable premises from the scattered Sanskrit granthas on Ayurved, mathematics, science, astronomy, geography, social sciences etc," to authenticate and re-establish through testing in educational institutes, laboratories, academic centers by integrating them with modern knowledge, tools and techniques, and" to bring out areas where the premises can be applied in modern science and societal functionswe need a network and a platform where all the scholars and institutions can achieve a free exchange and spread of this knowledge.We propose to create this platform with a TV series, costing $ 5000 per episode for production and telecast.
Mission StatementKaushalam Trust, with the support of Doordarshan, will bring out a weekly TV sereis named Sanskrit Ki Duniya (Hindi program of 30-minutes duration) for the revival and promotion of Sanskrit, and endeavors to raise sponsorship through this appeal.
Kaushalam Trust will, through an editorial board of Sanskrit scholars, make the programme engaging by ensuring that" It is informative - both about the hidden treasure of knowledge and about the experts and the institutes working to uncover the treasure." It is educative - giving lessons for learning Sanskrit in a creative and entertaining way." It is archival - containing lots of recitals which people are fond of listening to." It gives information about career avenues associated with the study of Sanskrit." It identifies research ideas, the laboratories to work on them (e.g. Ayurved), and sources of funding for such research.
Each episode will be divided into 4 segments of 4-6 minutes each:Dharohar (Heritage),Janen Sanskrit, Padhen Sanskrit (learning Sanskrit),Jeevika-Vritti (Career opportunities) andVritta-Manch (news and events and future announcements).
There will be all India coverage and participation of Institutes, scholars, schools, seminars and events. The TV series will be a 2-way communication as well as platform to show-case pioneering work from within country and abroad.
FAQsStatementKaushalam Trust, with the support of Doordarshan, proposes to bring out a weekly TV sereis named Sanskrit Ki Duniya (Hindi program of 30-minutes duration) for the promotion of Sanskrit, and endeavors to raise sponsorship through this appeal. Each episode will cost around Rs. 3 lakhs ($ 5000) including broadcasting charges.FAQQ 1 – Why promote Sanskrit?The language holds a treasure of knowledge and if we do not do anything for its preservation, promotion and research, this treasure will be lost.
Q 2 – Who is intended by “we”?We here may be expanded to include the world, but for the present, we means Indians or people of Indian origin for whom the language is a heritage and an ancestral legacy.
Q 3 – Why a TV series? (as opposed to a single show)In our opinion, a TV series is needed to ensure a continuous presence before the viewers. The series will showcase the good institutes and experts on Sanskrit from all over the world. The programming will appeal to the viewer in different ways. Most people may see the TV program for entertainment. Some will like it for the information it provides about the great source of knowledge. Some will learn Sanskrit through it and some will be equipped to do research. Some will come forward to help the program by contributing their money, ideas and Time. Each will come forward to the extent of her or his emotional need and expertise.
Q 4 – Have you identified the key features of the series?Yes. An editorial board of Sanskrit scholars will oversee the production of the series. The producers will ensure that the programme is engaging by seeing to it that- It will be informative – both about the hidden treasure of knowledge and about the experts and the institutes working to uncover the treasure.- It will be educative – giving lessons for learning Sanskrit in a creative and entertaining way.- It will be archival – containing lots of recitals which people are fond of listening to.- It will give information about career avenues associated with the study of Sanskrit.- It will give research ideas and information about laboratories to work on these research projects (e.g. Ayurved), and identify sources of funding for such research.
Q 5 – Broadly what will be the items in a typical episode?Each episode will be divided into 4 segments of 4-6 minutes each: Dharohar (Heritage),Janen Sanskrit, Padhen Sanskrit (learning Sanskrit),Jeevika-Vritti (Career opportunities) andVritta-Manch (news and events and future announcements).For details of these segments pl see
http://sanskrit-ki-duniya.blogspot.com/2010/06/concepts-contents-and-methodology-of.html

Q 6 – Will this be a stand-alone series or are there plans for supporting activities too?The TV series will be supported by a Radio series (At a cost of Rs 60,000 or $1000 per episode), a web-portal, a magazine, academic program and events.
Q 7 – Where should these programs lead to?The programming is expected to- lead to a spread in general familiarity with Sanskrit among the viewers (through awareness and learning) and- promote the collaboration between researchers in fields of science, technology and humanities with Sanskrit experts, drawing from the knowledge available in Sanskrit texts.
Q 8 – What is the legal status of Kaushalam Trust?The Kaushalam Trust has been registered on the 2nd of April, 2008 at the office of Charity Commissioner of Pune. (No E-5134). Its founder is Hrishikesh Mehendale , and the trustees are Vrinda Gupte , Dr. Rohini Kulkarni , and Kshitij Korde . The Chief Patron is Leena Mehendale .
Q 9 – Are there other players partnering with Kaushalam Trust in this effort?Presently, IGNOU is actively considering a proposal for collaboration with Kaushalam. After the outcome is known, Kaushalam Trust will approach others for collaboration and membership.
Q 10 – Who can become a member?Anyone who is emotionally attached to the idea of promoting Sanskrit, networking for it and pursuing research may become a member. Kaushalam Trust will approach Sanskrit institutes for Institutional support and schools, libraries, teachers and housewives for their help to organize events. Individuals offering their help – either monetary or physical, will be offered membership.

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Translator Sanskrit to English - Nithyananda University Press - Bengaluru, Karnataka

Sanskrit Jobs - Mon, 07/24/2017 - 18:43
Sanskrit to English. Basic level of Sanskrit And experienced in translation required. Research and translation on yogic scriptures....
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Translator Sanskrit to English - Nithyananda University Press - Bangalore, Karnataka

Sanskrit Jobs - Mon, 07/24/2017 - 18:43
Sanskrit to English. Basic level of Sanskrit And experienced in translation required. Research and translation on yogic scriptures....
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Need teachers for home tuitions part time - MySmartPros.com - Gurgaon, Haryana

Sanskrit Jobs - Sun, 07/23/2017 - 13:06
Need teachers for home tuitions part time You can get tuitions your near by areas 1 to 2hrs only, earn handsome salary per hr Rs. 200 to Rs. 2000 or monthly ₹10,000 a month
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Need teachers for home tuitions part time - MySmartPros.com - Bangalore, Karnataka

Sanskrit Jobs - Sun, 07/23/2017 - 13:03
Need teachers for home tuitions part time You can get tuitions your near by areas 1 to 2hrs only, earn handsome salary per hr Rs. 200 to Rs. 2000 or monthly ₹10,000 a month
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आत्मन्, राजन्, नामन्, जगत्,सरित् आदि

आत्मन्, राजन्, नामन्, जगत्,सरित् आदि

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1.आत्मन् (आत्मा) पुल्लिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाआत्माआत्मानौआत्मान:व्दितीयाआत्मानम्आत्मानौआत्मन:तृतीयाआत्मनाआत्मभ्याम्आत्मभि:चतुर्थीआत्मनेआत्मभ्याम्आत्मभ्य:पंचमीआत्मन:आत्मभ्याम्आत्मभ्य:षष्ठीआत्मन:आत्मनो:आत्मानाम्सप्तमीआत्मनिआत्मनो:आत्मसुसम्बोधनहे आत्मन् !हे आत्मानौ !हे आत्मान:!
राजन्
2.राजन् (राजा) पुल्लिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाराजाराजानौराजान:व्दितीयाराजानम्राजानौराज्ञ:तृतीयाराज्ञाराजभ्याम्राजभि:चतुर्थीराज्ञे` राजभ्याम्राजभ्य:पंचमीराज्ञ:राजभ्याम्राजभ्य:षष्ठीराज्ञ:राज्ञो:राज्ञाम्सप्तमीराज्ञि,राजनिराज्ञो:राजसुसम्बोधनहे राजन्!हे राजानौ !हे राजान:!
नामन्
3. नामन् (नाम) नपुंसकलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमानामनामनी ,नाम्नीनामानिव्दितीयानामनामनी, नाम्नीनामानितृतीयानाम्नानामभ्याम्नामभि:चतुर्थीनाम्नेनामभ्याम्नामभ्य:पंचमीनाम्न:नामभ्याम्नामभ्य:षष्ठीनाम्न:नाम्नो:नाम्नाम्सप्तमीनाम्नि,नामनिनाम्नो:नामसुसम्बोधनहे नाम, हे नामन्!हे नामनी,नाम्नी!हे नामानि!
जगत्
4. जगत् (संसार) नपुंसकलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाजगत्जगतीजगन्तिव्दितीयाजगत्जगतीजगन्तितृतीयाजगताजगद्भ्याम्जगद्भि:चतुर्थीजगतेजगद्भ्याम्जगद्भ्य:पंचमीजगत:जगद्भ्याम्जगद्भ्य:षष्ठीजगत:जगतो:जगताम्सप्तमीजगतिजगतो:जगत्सुसम्बोधनहे जगत्!हे जगती!हे जगन्ति !
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5.सरित् (नदी) स्त्रीलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमासरित्सरितौसरित:व्दितीयासरितम्सरितौसरित:तृतीयासरितासरिद्भ्याम्सरिद्भि:चतुर्थीसरितेसरिद्भ्याम्सरिद्भ्य:पंचमीसरित:सरिद्भ्याम्सरिद्भ्य:षष्ठीसरित:सरितो:सरिताम्सप्तमीसरितिसरितो:सरित्सुसम्बोधनहे सरित् !हे सरितौ !हे सरित: !सर्वनाम शब्द1.सर्व (सब) पुल्लिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमासर्व:सर्वौसर्वेव्दितीयासर्वम्सर्वौसर्वान्तृतीयासर्वेणसर्वाभ्याम्सर्वै:चतुर्थीसर्वस्मैसर्वाभ्याम्सर्वेभ्य:पंचमीसर्वस्मात्सर्वाभ्याम्सर्वेभ्य:षष्ठीसर्वस्यसर्वयो:सर्वेषाम्सप्तमीसर्वस्मिन्सर्वयो:सर्वेषुसर्व (सब ) स्त्रीलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमासर्वासर्वेसर्वा:व्दितीयासर्वाम्सर्वेसर्वा:तृतीयासर्वयासर्वाभ्याम्सर्वाभि:चतुर्थीसर्वस्यैसर्वाभ्याम्सर्वाभ्य:पंचमीसर्वस्या:सर्वाभ्याम्सर्वाभ्य:षष्ठीसर्वस्या:सर्वयो:सर्वासाम्सप्तमीसर्वस्याम्सर्वयो:सर्वासुसर्व (सब ) नपुंसकलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमासर्वम्सर्वेसर्वाणिव्दितीयासर्वम्सर्वेसर्वाणितृतीयासर्वेणसर्वाभ्याम्सर्वै:चतुर्थीसर्वस्मैसर्वाभ्याम्सर्वेभ्य:पंचमीसर्वस्मात्सर्वाभ्याम्सर्वेभ्य:षष्ठीसर्वस्यसर्वयो:सर्वेषाम्सप्तमीसर्वस्मिन्सर्वयो:सर्वेषु2.इदम् (यह ) पुल्लिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाअयम्इमौइमेव्दितीयाइमम्, एनम्इमौ, एनौइमान्,एनान्तृतीयाअनेन,एनेनआभ्याम्एभि:चतुर्थीअस्मैआभ्याम्एभ्य:पंचमीअस्मात्आभ्याम्एभ्य:षष्ठीअस्यअनयो:,एनयो:एषाम्सप्तमीअस्मिन्अनयो:,एनयो:एषुइदम् (यह ) स्त्रीलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाइयम्इमेइमा:व्दितीयाइमाम्इमे, एनेइमा:, एना:तृतीयाअनया , एनयाआभ्याम्आभि:चतुर्थीअस्यैआभ्याम्आभ्य:पंचमीअस्या:आभ्याम्आभ्य:षष्ठीअस्या:अनयो:,एनयो:आसाम्सप्तमीअस्याम्अनयो:,एनयो:आसुइदम् (यह) नपुंसकलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाइदम्इमेइमानिव्दितीयाइदम्, एनत्इमे , एनेइमानि,एनानितृतीयाअनेन,एनेनआभ्याम्एभि:चतुर्थीअस्मैआभ्याम्एभ्य:पंचमीअस्मात्,द्आभ्याम्एभ्य:षष्ठीअस्यअनयो:,एनयो:एषाम्सप्तमीअस्मिन्अनयो:,एनयो:एषुनोट- एतत् (एत) ,किम्(क) सर्वनाम शब्दों के रूप ‘यत्’ सर्वनाम के समान होते हैं |3.यद् (जो) पुल्लिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमाय:यौयेव्दितीयायम्यौयान्तृतीयायेनयाभ्याम्यै:चतुर्थीयस्मैयाभ्याम्येभ्य:पंचमीयस्मात् ,द्याभ्याम्येभ्य:षष्ठीयस्यययो:येषाम्सप्तमीयस्मिन्ययो:येषुयद् (यह) स्त्रीलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमायायेया:व्दितीयायाम्येया:तृतीयाययायाभ्याम्याभि:चतुर्थीयस्यैयाभ्याम्याभ्य:पंचमीयस्या:याभ्याम्याभ्य:षष्ठीयस्या:ययो:यासाम्सप्तमीयस्याम्ययो:यासुयद् (यह) नपुंसकलिंगविभक्तिएकवचनव्दिवचनबहुवचनप्रथमायत्येयानिव्दितीयायत्येयानितृतीयायेनयाभ्याम्यै:चतुर्थीयस्मैयाभ्याम्येभ्य:पंचमीयस्मात्याभ्याम्येभ्य:षष्ठीयस्यययो:येषाम्सप्तमीयस्मिन्ययो:येषु
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