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Ashtadhyayi of Srisa Chandra Vasu Complete

Ashtadhyayi of Srisa Chandra Vasu Complete

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 The A
†ådhyåy¥ of Påˆini
interpreted according to 
The Kåßikåv®tti of Jayåditya and Våmana
and translated into English by 
Ír¥ßa Chandra Vasu
Originally Published1891-1898
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Påˆini
ii
A
†ådhyåy¥
Original Publication Data
Book Location Publisher Year
I Allahabad Indian Press 1891II Allahabad Satyajnan Chaterji 1894III Allahabad Satyajnan Chaterji 1894IV Benares Sindhu Charan Bose 1896V Benares Sindhu Charan Bose 1897VI Benares Sindhu Charan Bose 1897VII Benares Sindhu Charan Bose 1897VIII Benares Sindhu Charan Bose 1898
Chandra Vasu's translation of the A
†ådhyåy¥ was originally scanned by Google Books and made availablethrough their web site in eight separate parts. In the present edition these scans have been cleaned,straightened, repaired, and in some cases partially replaced, and the resulting files combined into a singlevolume of more than 1600 pages. This process made it impossible to preserve the original Googlewatermark, but Google's cover page has been retained for the reader's reference as part of the preliminarymaterial.By way of introduction, excerpts of two additional works from the same era have been added to thiscompilation: an article on Sanskrit Grammar from the 1888
Encyclopedia Britannica 
, and an 1885 articleon Sanskrit Grammarians from the
Journal of the American Oriental Society 
. In the interests of clarity andaccessibility, both pieces have been edited to eliminate footnotes, remove obscure references, updatespelling, simplify the writing style, and so forth—hopefully without significantly altering the authors'meaning. Those who wish to delve into these matters more deeply are encouraged to consult the originals,both of which are available for free download from Google Books.The original contents of these three works are believed to be in the public domain in the United States; lawsin other jurisdictions may vary. Be sure to consult local authorities if you are not sure about the legality of any intended use.In order to discourage profiteering from something that ought to be freely available, this compilation, alladaptations of pre-existing material, and any modifications made to the original formatting are protected bycopyright:
© Copyright 2011-2012 James Roger Black 
Permission is hereby granted for this document to be downloaded, reprinted, reposted, or redistributed, inwhole or in part, without prior permission or compensation, provided that (1) it is made available withoutcost to the recipient, (2) any modified or derivative works are identified as such, and (3) this copyrightnotice is retained. Any other use is prohibited without prior written permission of the copyright holder.Corrections, comments, and inquiries should be directed to <jrblack@wisc.edu>.
 
Påˆini
iii
A
†ådhyåy¥
Contents
Sanskrit Grammar vSanskrit and the Hindu Grammarians viiiGoogle Cover Page xiOriginal Cover Page xiiDedication xiiiLetter from Max Müller xivTranslator's Preface xvThe A
†ådhyåy¥ of PåˆiniIntroduction 1Book IChapter 1 3Chapter 2 69Chapter 3 117Chapter 4 167Book IIChapter 1 213Chapter 2 255Chapter 3 277Chapter 4 307Book IIIChapter 1 347Chapter 2 407Chapter 3 483Chapter 4 555