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Semester No.

Course Title

Course Code

Lang.Course II (Adl.Lan.1)

SK. 1111.1

DRAMA AND PROSE


Aim of Course : The aim of the course is to facilitate the use of translation as a
tool for communication and to develop communication and to develop communication skill among the students.
Objectives of the course
To develop conversational skill and translation skill in Sanskrit.
Course outline
Module I

{xnk -

|lcE:

Module II

Ehb

Module III

+vEhb

Module IV

+hEhb

Module V

Translation from prescribed texts

Essential Reading
Module I

Svapnavasavadatham of Bhasa. Act - I

Module II

Balaramayanam Balakandam

Module III

Balaramayanam - Ayodhyakandam

Module IV

Balaramanayam - Aranyakandam

Module V

Relevant portions of Svapnavasavadatta and Balaramayana

General Reading
1. Ramayanam
2. Dasarupakam
3. Introduction to Translation studies - jacqueline - Denise Schnese

Semester No.
II

Course Title

Course Code

Lang.Course V (Adl.Lan.2)

SK. 1211.1

KAVYA AND PRAKARANA IN SANSKRIT


Aim of Course : The aim of the course is intended to develop the sudents
ability to know Sanskrit poetry, Sanskrit drama and develop communication
skill among the students.
Objectives of the course
1. To make the students to understand the Mahakavyas
2. To develop the communication skill among the students
3. Understanding Sanskrit Drama
Course outline
Module I

Mrcchakatikam Act I

Module II

Kumara Sambhavam Canto I

(1 to 30)

Module III

Kumara Sambhavam Canto I

(31 to 60)

Module IV

Translation from the prescribed Texts

Essential Reading
Module I

Mrcchakatikam Act I

Module II

Kumara Sambhavam Canto I

( 1to 30)

Module III

Kumara Sambhavam Canto I

(31 to 60)

Module IV

Relevent portions from the prescribed Texts

General Reading
1. Mrcchakatikam by Sudraka
2. Kumara Sambhavam by Kalidasa
3. Kamadhenu

Semester No.
III

Course Title

Course Code

Lang.Course VII(Adl.Lan.III) SK. 1311.1

KAVYA NATAKA ALANKARA AND VRTTA


Aim of Course : The aim of the course is to introduce Sanskrit Literature and to
bring up the aesthetic sense of the students.
Objectives of the course
1. To enrich the morality of the students and inculcate poetic sense
2. To redeem ego and familiarize prose romance
3. To introduce different types of Rupakas
4. To Improvise the vision of the life, sense of aesthetics and rythm
Course outline
Module I
Subhasitham - 10 Nos
Module II
Poetry
Module II
Natakam
Module IV
Vrttam and Alankara
ix
- +xn{, {{iO, <xpX, i]E, x, xnGxi
+bE: - +x|: {h{, n{E, {E, : +lxix:
Essential Reading
Module I
Subhasita Sahari Ed, by D. Sreeman Nampoothiri
Sl No.
Sloka No.
1
13
x S............
(|Mh)
2
16
i Ii............
(V|xv)
3
42
i i{Yx..........
(ihbM)
4
57
{n v...............
(i:)
5
77
=PMx ............
(P]E{E)
6

83

E x.......

(i:)

7
8
9
10

207
212
255
455

{hi..........
{{uSi.........
{hE...........
xxnxnxix{h.......

(EMxj)
(i:)
(ihbM)
(i:)

Module II

EiVx - Canto 1 verses 1 to 25

Module III

+YxExi -

Module IV

kixE and Exxn

Act I only

General Reading
1. Subhasitarathnakaram
2. Subhasitabhandaguram
3. Subhasitamala, Dr. Anand Dilip Raj

Semester No.
4

Course Title

Course Code

Lang.Course IX (Adl.Lan.IV) SK. 1411.1

INFLUENCE OF SANSKRIT ON INDIAN CULTURE


Aim of Course : The aim of the course is to give awareness about culture and
civilization of mankind and particularly the Indian Culture.
Objectives of the course
To create a general awareness about Vedic literature and Indian culture.
Course outline
Module I
Impact of Vedic literature on Indian culture - Vedas, Vedangas,
Upanisads, Puranas
Module II

Epics and Kavya literature

The Indian Epics-Ramayana and Mahabharata . The Panchmahakavyas Orgin


of Drama, Important dramas, Sandesakavyas, Historical kavyas and Campu
kavyas.
Module III
Temple Art forms of Kerala - Koothu, Kootiyattam,
Ramanattam, Krishnattam, Kathakali, Kurathiyattam, Ottenthullal, theyyam,
Tira.
Module IV
Reform Movements in Kerala - Sree Narayana Guru,
Chattampiswamikal, Ayyankali, Sahodaran Ayyappan
Essential Reading
Module I

A short history of Sanskrit Literature - Prof.


T.K. Ramachandra Ayyar

Module II

A short history of Sanskrit Literature - Prof.


T.K. Ramachandra Ayyar

Module III

Cultural Heritage of Kerala - An Introduction Chapter VI &


VII- Prof. A. Sreedhara Menon

Module IV

Kerala Samskaram - Prof A. Sreedhara Menon

General Reading
1. Narayana Guru - An Anthology - The centenary publication committee, Cochin
2. Keraleeya Samskrita Sahitya Caritram - Vadakumkur Raja Raja Varma.

SANSKRIT COMPLETARY TO MALAYALAM LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Semester No.
I

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course II

SK. 1131.2

POETRY AND GRAMMAR I


Aim of the Course : The course aims at developing the students talents for
creative writing in Malayalam. For this, knowledge in Sanskrit is very essential.
The study of Sanskrit Language and Literature encourage them to read widely
and through which they can easily improve their vocabulary and style of language
enormously.
Objectives of the course
1. An oriented outlook on life through highlighting the ethical aspects and
moral values.
2. To stimulate the students humanistic outlook on life and maintain an
emotional harmony in their lives.
3. To equip students to create excellent style of writing and to improve standards
in use of language.
4. To promote creativity imagination and innovation
Course outline
Module I

This module helps to create value oriented education

Module II

This module help the students to understand the Sanskrit


Literature

Module III & IV


This module helps the students to accustomed with and to use
better language for performing moderate style in writing

Essential Reading
Module I

Subhashitani (Selected Fifteen numbers)

t x x {vE |SUzM{k vx t ME JE tMh M::*


1. t
txv
txvVx nMx t{ ni t V {Vi x i vx tx: {: **
2. {xi xt:
t: x: x nxi x I ::*
vv i xii : {{E i i:
:**
3. xi xi: Mxnx vx: *
+xvni: i{ : vn: B {{Eh **
4. Vhx l xx Mhi x{h
ilh Vhxxx i xx n **
5. nE{ {, n{ n:* on: {j, n{j p: **
6. {nE nxE ES Ei Sxp Ei ESG *
xli Vv{ V nni xi: {i EiM:**
7. B h Vxi C Yx{: i x k {j : *
+Gvi{: I |iv xVi { Ehn { h **
8. E x xi { x SxpV: x xx x {x x E xbEi vV: *
hE bEi { Ei vi Ixi J hx ii Mh hh **
9. {{zi Vi i Mx Mi Mhx |E]Ei *
+{Mni S x Vi nni E xj Ihn |nxi xi: **
10. xi i IE H: *
ni : i{: Ix{i{V S iM: **
11. =n i H: HSi il * {k S {k S iE{i **
12. iIE nxi IE: : SE {SU Mb. nVx **
13. xxi Sxi ESxnix *xE SE EhE ix *
14. i k x: Ex: {hbi: : ix MhY: *
B H S nx : Mh: E\Sxxi **
15. {hE x Ei n +vP] v{i xx *
ux Ex x Ei M V{xi fi Mhx: **

Module II

Nalopakhyanam (50 & 51Adhyaya)


(+pV x x xi ..............+E E ni
xk*)

Module III

Grammar - Declension
a. Nouns (Masculine - Rama, Hari, Guru, Pitr)
Feminine

- Matr

Neutre

- Vana

b. Pronouns : Tad (in three genders)


c. Conjunction : The forms in six lakaras of Bhu
(Lat, lit, lrt, lot, lang, vidhiling)
General Reading
1. Sidharupam (published by H&C Publishing house, Thrissur)
2. Sanskrit Vyakarana Paravesika ( published by R.S Vadyar & Sons,
Palakkad)
3. Samskrita Bhasha Pravesika by Prof. K. Devadas
4. Sanskrit Readers (published by Bharatiya Vidyabhavan, Bombay)
5. Balahitaishini by Prof.R. Vasudevan potti.
6. Dhatumanjari (published by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad )
7. Nalopakhyanam (published by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad )
8. Mahabharatam
9. Nitisatakam by Bhartr Hari.
10. Subhashita Sahasri by D. Sreeman Namputhiri

Semester No.
II

Course Title

Course Code

Compl.Course IV

SK. 1231.2

POETRY AND GRAMMAR II


Aim of the Course : The aim of the course is to sensitize the student with the
aesthetic cultural and social aspects of literary appreaciation and also to make
acquainted with great works of famous writers
Objectives of the course
1. To create a self discipline, secular outlook on life and sense of fraternity,
solidairity among the students
2. To understand the literary works as cultural and social events
3. To make acquainted with the impact of Sanskrit on the mother tongue and
the realization of the indispensibility of Sanskrit in the usage of Malayalam
4. Tp familiarize with the close relationship between Sanskrit and Malayalam
Course outline
Module I

Introducing major texts and significant elements of literary


history

Module II

Through this module the students will familirize the close re


lationship with Sanskrit Mahakavya

Module III&IV This module aims to introduce the basic composition of San
skrit Grammer through classification and identification by
providing examples from relevant areas.
Essential Reading
1. Epic poem - Bhagavat Gita Chapter II (from 1st to 30th Sloka)
2. Petry

- Srikrshnavilasam - Canto III (First 40 Slokas)

3. Grammar

- Declension

a.

Nouns - Masculine - Rajan, Feminine - Mati, Rema, Neuter--vari

b.

Pronouns - Asmad, Yushmad

4. Conjuction - The forms in six lakaras ofVand(lat,lit,lang,lrt, vidhiling,lot)

General Reading
1. Sidharupam (published H&C Publishing house, athrissur)
2. Sanskrit Vyakarana Pravesika (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
3. Sankrit Readers (published by Bharatiya Vidyabhavan, Bombay)
4. Sanskrit Bhasha Pravesika by Prof. K. Devadas
5. Blahittaishini by Prof. R.Vasudevan potti
6. Dhatumanjari (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
7. Bhagavat Gita Commentary by Sankarcarya
8. Bhagavat Gita Commentary by Prof. G. Balakrishnan nair
9. Srikrshnavilasam by Sukumar

Semester No.
3

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course III

SK. 1331.2

DRAMA &GRAMMAR
Aim of the Course : The course aims at developing the students talents in
usage of language properly
Objectives of the course
1. To understand the indebtedness of Malayalam dramas to Sanskrit.
2. The growth of the school of drama through Bharata Munis Natysastra is
remarkable.
3. To realize the interface of literature and performing arts.
4. To impart skills to enable students to practice a good communicative skill.
Course outline
Module I

Providing list of texts for detailed study to understand the


influence of Sanskrit dramas in Malayalam dramas.

Module II

Conversationalisation in drama helps the students to impart


skill in communication

Module III

This module aims to develop appropriateness of language as


correctness of language

Essential Reading
1. Drama :-

Madhyama vyayoga of Bhasa

2. Grammar :- (i) Sandhi, special uses of cases and Grammatical peculiarities


from the prescribed text.
(ii) Sentence making : l-il, n-i, {, i, |i, J
<nx, x, +{, EnSi , x, xx, +, n-in *
References
1. Lakhusidhanta Kaumudi, 2. Sanskrit Vyakarana Pravesika (published by
R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad), 3. Sanskrita Bhasha Pravesika by Prof.K
Devadas 4. Balahitaishini by Poovattoor Ramakrishna Pillai, 6. Bhasanataka
Chakra, 7. Bhasanataka Sarvasva by Sudhamsu Chathurvedi, 8. Madhyama
Vyayoga commentary by T.K. Ramachandran Iyyer.

Semester No.
4

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course IV

SK. 1431.2

LYRIC POEM, FABLES AND TRANSALATION


Aim of the Course : The course aims at develop maganimous thinking among
students which helps them to develop leadership qualities and also to maintain
a good relationship with the society. Translation as tool helps them for developing
better communicative skill with the divergent groups of people
Objectives of the course
1. To understand Mahakavya of Kalidasa
2. To understand our traditional culture
3. To enable the students to engage with conceptual issues relating to cultural
and civilization
4. Understanding translation as a linguistic and cultural activity
Course outline
Module I
Kalidasas Reghuvamsa is best among the Panchamahakavyas
in Sanskrit. This module aims to understand the litarary merits of Kalidasa
Module II
The didactism embodied in Panchatantra will enable the
students to understand our traditional culture which is fast being replaced by a
western culture where negative values are constantly being fed to the young
minds through popular elctrinonic media
Module III
To enable the students to engage with conceptual issues-nature
and culture-culture and civilization-culture and modernity
Module IV

Dicourse models-oral and written

Essential reading
1. Reghuvamsa of Kalidasa-canto II
2. Panchatantram - two stories from Aparishitakarakan

(i)

Kshapanaka katha

(ii)

Brahmani Nakula katha

3. Translation- from the prescribed texts


References
1.

Complete works of Kalidasa

2.

Panchatantra of Vishnu Sharma

3.

Panchatantra -English commentary by M.R. Kale

4.

Panchatantra - Commentary by Dr. Gangasagar Raya

SANSKRIT COMPLEMENTARY TO
HINDI LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Semester No.
I

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course II

SK. 1131.1

KAVYA AND GRAMMAR I


Aim of the Course : The course aims at developing the students talents for
creative writing in Hindi. For this, knowledge in Sanskrit is very essential. The
study of Sanskrit Language and Literature encourage them to read widely and
through which they can easily improve their vocabulary and style of mother
tongue enormously.
Objectives of the course
1. An oriented outlook on life through highlighting the ethical aspects and
moral values.
2. To stimulate the students humanistic outlook on life and maintain an
emotional harmony in their lives
3. To equip students to create excellent style of writing and to improve stanards
in use of language
4. To promote creativity imagination and innovation.
Course outline
Module I

This module helps to create value oriented education

Module II

This module, not only help the students to understand the


Sanskrit Literature but also to plan a humanistic outlook on
life

ModuleIII&IV This module helps the students to accustomed with and to use
better language for performing moderate style in writing

Essential Reading
1. Narayaniyam - 22nd dasakom (Ajamilamokham) 87th dasakam
(Kuchelavrttam)
2. Subhashitani - Selected fifteen numbers
1. x SS x x{ix x iV x Ei *
Ei vi B xi tvx
tvx vxi |vx **
2. i i{Yxi S ui|h S i S *
Bix vi ux x E : {`i ux **
3. {n vn I nE{]i v G: *
SS x i |Ei rn xx **
4. xi xi: Mxnx vx: *
+xvni: i{ : vn: B {{Eh **
5. E x xi { x SxpV: x xx x {x x E xbEi vV: *
hE bEi { Ei vi Ixi hx ii Mh hh **
6. ui S x{i S x i EnSx*
n {Vi V ux j {Vi **
7. +Ii i]i nIi Ii ni xi *
Vixl{ xVi: Ei|ix{ M x Vi **
8. =t
tx nvxi Eh x xl ::*
x {i |xi J M: **
9. I Hx Hx h I *
I EiE I E x nvi **
10. Si iMi x Jn:J: *
nIh SxkS ii S nMh:
11. Ii VO. VO jxv:*
VO xvx |{i VO h Q *

12. Ux Exi i]xi i{ *


x{ {l I: i{ < **
13. {n{x ii {nx n*
{ix Xi vx nVxn**
14. nE{ {, n{ n:*
nn: {j, n{j p: **
15. {n vn I n C{]i v G: *
SSx i |Eivnn ix **
3. Grammar

4. Conjugation -

Declension (a) Nouns-Masculine-Rama, Hari, Guru, Pitr


Feminnine-Matr, Neuter-Vana. (b) Pronouns-Tad (in
three genders)
The forms in six lakaras of Bhu
(lat, lit, lang, lrt,vidhiling, lot)

Genaral Reading
1. Sidharupam (published by H& C Publishing house, Thrissur)
2. Sanskrit Vykarana Pravesika (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
3. Samskrita Bhasha Pravesika by Prof. K. Devadas
4. Sanskrit Readers (published by Bharatiya Vaidyabhavan, Bombay)
5. Balahitaishini by Prof.R. Vasudevan potti
6. Dhatumanjari (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
7. Narayaneeyam by Meppathur Narayana Bhattathiri
8. Nitisatakam by Bhartr Hari
9. Subhashita Ratna Bhandakaram
10. Subhashita Sahasri. Sreeman namputiri published by Kerala Sahitya
Academy, Thrissur

Semester No.
2

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course II

SK. 1231.1

KAVYA AND GRAMMAR II


Aim of the Course : The aim of the course is to sensitize the student with the
aesthetic cultural and social aspects of literary appreaciation and also to make
acquainted with great works of famous writers.
Objectives of the course
1. To create a self decipline, secular outlook on life and sense of fraternity,
solidarity among the students
2. To understand the literary works as cultural and social events
3.

To make acquainted with the impact of Sanskrit on Hindi language and


literature

4. Appreciation of literature using the best specimens provided as a reading


list
Course outline
Module I

Introducing major texts and significant elements of literary


history

Module II

Through this module the students will familiarize the close


relationship between Sanskrit and Hindi and evaluate and com
pare the literatures

Module III&IV This module aims to introduce the basic composition of Sanskrit
Grammar through classification and identification by providing
examples from relevant areas
Essential Reading
1. Poetry - Sundara kanda of Valmiki Ramayana 1st 50 Slokas
2. Bhagavat Gita Chapter II (from 1st to 30th)
3. Grammar - Declension. (a) Nouns-Masculine-Rajan, Feminine-Mati, Rema,
Neuter-Vari. (b) Pronouns-Asmad, Yushmad Conjugation-The
forms in six lakaras of Vand (lat, lit,lang,lrt, vidhiling, lot)

General Reading
1. Sidharupam (published by H&C Publishing house, Thrissur)
2. Sanskrit Vyakarana Pravesika (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
3. Sanskrit Readers (published by Bharatiya Vaidyabhavan, Bombay)
4. Samskrita Bhasha Pravesika by Prof. K. Devadas
5. Balahittaishini by Prof.R. Vasudevan potti
6. Samskrita Samiksha by Prof. Poovathoor Ramakrishna Pillai
7. Dhatumanjari (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
8. Bagavat Gita commentary by Sankaracarya
9. Bagavat Gita commentary by Prof. G. Balakrishnan Nair
10. Valmiki Ramayana - sundara kanda commentary by Prof. Poovathoor
Ramakrishna Pillai.

Semester No.
3

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course III

SK. 1331.1

PROSE AND DRAMA


Aim of the Course : The course aims at developing the students talents in usage
of language properly
Objectives of the course
1. To understand the indebtedness of Hindi Dramas to Sanskrit
2. To understand our traditional culture
3. To realize the interface of literature and performing arts
4. To impart skills to enable students to practice a good communicative skill
Course outline
Module I

Providing list of texts for detailed study to understand the


influence of Sanskrit Dramas on Hindi dramas

Module II

Conversation in drama helps the students to impart skill in


communication

Module III

The dedactism embodied in Panchatantram will enable the


students to understand our traditional culture

Essential Reading
1. Drama - Dutavakya of Bhasa
2. Panchatantram - two stories from, Aparikshita karakam
i)

Murkhapandita kadha

ii)

Malsyamandukakadha

General Reading
1. Bhasanatakachakra
2. Natyasastra
3. Panchatantra of Vishnu Sarma
4. Panchantra - English commentary by M.K. Kale

Semester No.
4

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course IV

SK. 1431.1

PROSE AND POETRY


Aim of the Course : The course aims to develop maganimous thinking among
students which helps them to develop leadership qualities and also to maintain
good relationship with the society. Translation as a tool helps them for developing
better communicative skill with the divergent groups of people.
Objectives of the course
1. To understand our traditional culture
2. To enable the student to engage with conceptual issues relating to culture
and civilization
3. Understanding translation as a linguistic and cultureal activity
4. Learn Sanskrit for effective communication in different spheres of life
Course outline
Module I

To make acquaitance with the cultural history of ancient India

Module II

This module helps to understand the origin and developments


of prose literature

ModuleIII

To enable the students to engage with conceptual issues - nature


and culture -culture and civilization- culture and modernity

Module IV

Discourse models - oral and written

Essential Reading
1. Kumarasambhava of Kalidasa Vth sarga from the beginning upto 50th sloka
2. Mrchakatikakatthasamgraham from Natakakadha sangraha by
Anandacharya
3. Translation - from the prescribed texts
General Reading
1. Complete works of Kalidasa.
2. Kumarasambhava Commentary by Mallinatha
3. Kumarasambhava Gadya Pribhasha by Kuttikrishna Marar
4. Mrchakhatika of Sudraka

SANSKRIT COMPLETARY TO MUSIC


Semester No.
I

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course 1

SK. 1131.3

PROSE, VERSE & GRAMMAR


Aim of the Course : All books describing the scientific theories and most of the
kritis in music are in Sanskrit language. Through attaining systematic knowledge
in Sanskrit, the students can learn and understand the above authentic works.
Objectives of the course
1. The position of each letter (varna) and the effort required to articulate it
will improve the rendering of the keerthanas for the Music students.
2. To equipstudents to create excellent style and atandards in use of Sanskrit
language
3. To introduce the language through simple narratives
4. By introducing them to the kritis, we can teach them to split the words into
meaning full units that will convey the bhava, embodied in that particular
kriti to the listeners
Course outline
Module I

To introsuce svarasthanas through samjnaprakana of


Laghusidhantakaumudi

Module II

To give excercise to the students for proper pronounciation

Module III

To introduce the structure and usages words and sentences


through simple narratives in Sanskrit language

Module IV

To teach to split the words into meaningful units that will


convey the bhava embodied in each kritis.

Essential Reading
1. Prose - Sxp{bSi - from the beginning up to {xiB B i
iMhvi

2. Verse - Swathithirunal kriti (two number) related to their prescibed text


a)

tZh tZh Iem-bm-antX

b)

ImcWw hn\m-Imcyw

3. Grammar

ambm-am-f-h-Kuf

Imwt_mPn

(a)

Samjna prakarana - Sthana prayatnani.

(b)

Nouns - Masculine - Rama, Hari, Guru, Pitr-Feminine - Matr,


Neuter- Vana

(c)

Pronouns -Tad ( in three genders). Conjugation - The forms in


six lakaras of Bhu (lat, lit, lang, lrt, vidhiling, lot)

General Reading
1. Sidharupam (published by H&C Puplishing house, Thrissur)
2. Sanskrit Vyakarana Pravesika (published by R.S. Vadyar & Sons,
Palakkad)
3. Samskritha Bhasha Pravesika by Prof. K. Devadas
4. Sanskrit Readers (published by Bharatiya Vidyabhavan, Bombay)
5. Balahittaishini by Prof. R. Vasudevan potti
6. Dhatumanjari (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad )
7. Chandrapeedacharitam by Anandacharya (published by R.S Vadyar & Sons,
Palakkad )
8. Kadambari by Banabhatta
9. Swati Thirunal Kritikal - published by Samskrita Prasidheekarana Vakupu,
Govt. of Kerala

Semester No.
2

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course II

SK. 1231.3

POETRY AND SASTRA - PAPER I


Aim of the Course : The aim of the course is to sensitize the student with the
aesthetic culture and social aspects of literary appreaciation and also to make
acquainted with great works of famous writers in Music.
Objectives of the course
1. To create a self discipline , secular outlook on life and a sense of fraternity,
solidarity among the students.
2. To understand the literary works as cultural and social events.
3. To make acquainted with the impact of Sanskrit on music and the reliazation
of the indispensability of Sanskrit in the learning of music
4. To familiarize with the close relationship between sanskrit and music
Course outline
Module I

To introduce Sanskrit kavyas and to understand the style of


Sanskrit language

Module II

The fundamentals of sruti can be comprehented. This will


enable the students to understand the necessity of learning
Sanskrit

Module III & IV


This module aims to introduce the basic composition of sanskrit
Grammar through classification and identification by providing
examples from relevant areas
Essential Reading
1. Srikrshnavilasa I Canto 1-40 slokas

2. Two Tulasivana kritis a)

Bhajamanasavighneswaramanasam - Bahudari

b)

Syamakalebaram - Hindolam

3. Grammar - Declension
a)

Nouns
Masculine - Rajan
Feminine - Mati, Rema
Neuter

b)

- Vari

Pronouns - Asmad, Yushmad


Conjugation - The forms in six lakaras of Vnad (lat, lit, lang,
lrt, vidhiling, lot)

Semester No.
3

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course III

SK. 1331.3

POETRY AND SASTRA - PAPER II


Aim of the Course : The aims is to unveil the importance of Sanskrit language
in the learning of Music
Objectives of the course
1. To understand the gratitude of Sanskrit in music.
2. To impart skills to enable students to practice a good style in rendering the
keertanas.
3. To develop approproateness of language as correctness of language.
Course outline
Module I

This study will benefit them as apreface to the comprehensive


study of musical notes

Module II

It will benefit them as a preface to the comprehensive study of


the krits of Thyagaraja Swamikal.

Module III

This module aims to develop appropriateness of language as


correctness of language

Essential Reading
1. Bhajagovindam of Sankaracharya (complete)
2. Thyagaraja kritikal (two numbers) from their prescribed text
1.

koXm-I-ym-W-ssh-t`m-Kta

\htcmPv

2.

cLp-]tX

ilm\

3. Grammar
a)

Upasargas

b)

Sandhi

- (i)

Swarasandhi - dirgha, guna, vrddhi,


yan, ayadi and purvarupam

General Reading
1. Sidharupam (Published by H&C publishing house, Thrissur)
2. Sanskrit Vyakarana Pravesika (published by R.S. Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad)
3. Samskritha Bhasha Pravesika by Prof. K. Devadas.
4. Sanskrit Readers (published by Bharatiya Vidyabhavan, Bombay)
5. Balahitaishini by Prof. R. Vasudevan potti
6. Dhatumanjari (published by r.S. Vadyar & Sons, Palakkad
7. Thyagaraja Kritikal.

Semester No.
4

Course Title

Course Code

Compl. Course IV

SK. 1431.3

POETRY AND NATYA SASTRA


Aim of the Course : The course aims to create awareness about the devoted
achievements and enormous position occupied in the field of science of music
by the ancient Indian seers and the indispensable role of Sanskrit language in
that great achievement.
Objectives of the course
1. To introduce them to the authentic text related to the rhythms and there by
gain a complete understanding of their subject
2. It provides a scope for future research in related areas.
3. To promote creativity, imagination and innovation
Course outline
Module I

It helps to know about the authentic texts and there by gain a


complete understanding of their subject

Module II

Classification and identification of examples from relevent


areas

Module III

Texts to be prescribed for detailed studying

Module IV

This module helps to create value oriented education.

Essential Reading
1. Narayaneeyam of Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri (54th, 55th dasakam,
Kaliyamardanam)
2. Natyasastram - Bharatamuni (31st chapter 1-30 slokas)
3. Dikshita Kritikal (2 numbers from their prescribed text)
1.

kc-kzXo\tam-kvXptX

Bc`n

2.

alm-K-W-]Xnw a\-km-kva-cman \m

General Reading
Natya Sastra of Bharata Muni Vol III Text with comentery of Abhinava
Bharati and English translation by Pupendra kumar published by New Bharathiya
Book corporation.

First semester BA/BSc Degree Examination


Language Course II for BA/Bsc
SANSKRIT
SK.llll.l Drama and Prose (Additional Language)
Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :
or in

Weight : 30
Answer may be written either is Sanskrit or in English
Malayalam

I. E`: Six =kh Ji*


A)

1.

( 4 x 1 = 4 weight)

{xxnk Ei +bE: xi ?
(j:, Si:, ] {i)

2.

{xxnk xE E ?
({ni, nk, +x, vj)

3.

|u x bE{n{Vi ?Whose words are these?


(=nx, nk:, Mxvh, E\SE)

4.

+Vxx{ : { ? Whose words are these?


(nl:, {ni:, i{{:, S]:)

B.

5.

i{xx xilVxS M? Who said this?


(nk, E\SE, i{, {ni)

6.

+vi - Whose ?
(Mxvh, =nx, {ni: nk:)

7.

h Ei E:?
(:, +xxnxhj:, En:, E:)

8.

xx xi xM E ?
(+v, l, +xixM, Mv)

C.

ix xi n xEhbE Ei E ?
({h, i]E, ], i)

10.

l|iYi S J - Who ?
(nl:, xj:, :, i:)

11. ={lixlr E Mv - Who said this ?


(EE, xl, nl:, E)
12.

+xi < x]Y - Who ?


(:, EE, nl:, xl)

13.

vxv: { M n < - Who ?


(:, Ih:, nl:, i:)

14.

xi: : |i Ih SI{*
(:, v:, bM:, iIh:)

15.

h ix nvx v ii - Who ?
(iIh:, +Mi:, bM:, v:)

16.

i: EhxE SSUn - Whose ?


(i]E:, {h:, xl:, +:)

II. Answer any eight in a sentence or two


17.

BxYix nixvxi*

18.

SG{bH MSUi M{bH:*

19.

x* rCxiG MSUi v:{Iix

20.

+vi *

21.

Mi: ix i Mi i {i Mi:*

22.

+|{ {l Hi:i<S E:*

23.

x Y: |iEi vi*

24.

nl r r VxEiV

25.

+VE ] x{i*

26.

j xi iux{ i xxnx*

27.

+{j {jVx inMx x*

28.

E v {l xx x: o

( 1 x 8 = 8 weight)

III. Answer any five of the following


29.

nl {ji{k::

30.

jMIh *

31.

kxi:*

32.

S-kxi

33.

MiM:

34.

nk: |SUzEh*

( 2 x 5 = 10 weight).

Translate in to Malayalam.
35.

{ni x{i j
o]{kl : |l |i]*
ii|ii Ein x rCxiG MSUi v:{Iix**

36.

Vx ii |nx: { Ej
B* +|{ {l H:
i<S E :* inOi i{ {h +i{ uC iE:*

IV. Write are essay on any two of the following


37.

{ik |lbEl I{ Ji*

38.

SUz{]]EEl ni*

39.

xE El I{Ji*

( 2 x 4 = 8 weight).

Second Semester BA/ Bsc Degree Examination


Language Course V ( Adl. Lang II)
Sk. 1211.1 Kavya and Prakarana In Sanskrit
Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :

Weight : 30
Answer may be written either is Sanskrit or in English
or in Malayalam

I. E`: Six =kh Ji*


A)

1.

li : {l < xnhb:*E:?
(ix{:, {l, :)

2.

{\SE x +xii *
(Pni, P, E)

3.

E {hvEi Si E E ?
(kh{h, xn{h, {h)

4.

{ix E ?
({i, x, Ml)

5.

{{ix E?
({i, x, i)

6.

S{xnn S*E: ?
({i, +xcM:, x)

7.

nEpIi h x* E Ii?
({i, P, +xvE)

8.

x M{ Vi *E: ?
(, ix, <xn:)

9.

rJ Vx* E ?
(xEh` Eh`:, MVi, <:)

( 4 x 1 = 4 weight)

10.

SUEE Ex {E +xii ?
(|Eh, xE, |x)

11

xix E?
(Y, xiE, MhE)

12

xiii xi <iMSUi J:*E:?


(Snk:, :, E:)

13

----------------- x *?
(+{j, +j, np)

14

---------- MGh xi xi S*
(xn, vv, vx)

15

--------------------- +xxiE n:J *


(h, E, np)

16

----------- J +xM Eh*


(iE:, xn, Mh:)

II. x +x =ki*
17

v{i xi`i*E:? Ei?

18

vx{* E:?E?

19

Vxx v |{n*E?

20

Gb xi *E? El?

21

E {x |H? E?

22

ix|ni {Mxi* E? En?

23

MiE x E?

24

i nIh, nIhi * E?

25

SUEE |l cE x E?

26

x:E:?

27

i |{ iVx |x]? E? E |x?

28

Eo i?

( 8 x 1 = 8 weight)

III. {\Svk
29

( 5 x 2 = 10 weight)

: {E{ i, li nMv nnI*


xi ixx vIS, {l{n] nnvG**

30

+J \Si Pxx, Uv:xMi *


=uVi ]xi, <=Mh i{z r:**

31

bMI{{ iiiIxpSh:*
lH MVn Ez {VxI:**

32

|i J n{jM jn M:*
Ei M x, i {I i**

IV

33

Snk SjEh Ei*

34

ix ixx cMSUi - E Sxn ni*

35

V\V: {ii E]Jf:E*

36

xvxi {n{n - ni*

u =ki

( 2 x 4 = 8 weight)

37

={ En - + Sx cMi ni*

38

hx*

39

E pEvEi BE |xv Ji*

Third Semester B.A/BSc Degree Examination (CBCSS)


Language Course VII (Adl. Lang III)

SK -1311.1 Kavya Nataka Alankara and Vritta


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam


I E`: Six =kh Ji:
A)

1.

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

hhx vC ...................+RE: *
(|ii{, n{E, ={ )

2..

+ vV]: Itx nMv{: Ihi* - +jRE: E: ?


(:, n{E, {E)

3..

kj Ei Mh: xi ?
(n, x, +])

4..

: <ij Mh E: ?
(Mh:, Mh:, iMh:)

B)

5..

+M x xi x xi: - EH ?
( Jx, Eh, i)

6..

+YxExi xE: E: ?
(Eh:, nxi:, j:)

7..

{hE x Ei .....................*
(, n, vx)

8..

x S..................*
(vx, t, h )

C)

9..

EiVx Ei M: xi ?
({in, +]n, i)

10..

EiVx xE: E: ?
(v]:, nvx:, +Vx:)

11..

i x S n S: -, E =H: ?
(v], xS, )

12..

M
MhxMh i xv{ x - E x ?

13..

.............i V{xi
( u:, Ex:, `:)

14..

+ v nx - EH: ?
(nxi, nE, Eh)

15..

ix uh xi j * EH: ?
(nxi, Eh, nE)

16..

xxvii nE E ix - +j - +RE: E: ?
({E, +lxix: :)

II BEx Cx u +]x =kh Ji

(1 x 8= 8 weights)

17..

={RE Si P]Ex Ji

18..

x k Ii*

19..

xnGxi: =nh Ji*

20..

nxi: El Eh{ VM*

21..

v]: El xS xRH*

22..

{\SEx Ex ?

23..

t: i Ji*

24..

h: i Ji*

25..

xih |]x i{lx x * E =H?

26..

+ijh : j - E?

27..

hRM ni: S - Ej ?

28..

Mxh Ii { - {xEx - E?

III {\Sx =kh xJi:

(2 x 5= 10 weights)

29..

i x S n S:

S: - * ni*

30..

+
vi -* ni*
+ nxi uvi

31..

{{iO xi IhH =nh xi *

32..

E E xvi E{i t - ni *

33..

RE IhEi =nh xi *

34..

+lxixRE IhH =nh xi *

35..

nEi: J Mhtxi xi: - ni*

IV u ={xi 36..

xS v] |i =H: *

37..

{ERE nx nh ni *

38..

+YxExi |lREEl n *

(4 x 2= 8 weights)

Fourth Semester B.A / BSc. Degree Examination


Language Course IX for ( Additional Language IV)
SANSKRIT

SK -1411.1: Influence of Sanskrit on Indian Culture


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be written in Sanskrit or English or Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer :
A)

1.

(4 x 1= 4 weight)

Mahabharata have ...................parvas.


(18, 14, 24, 7)

2.

The author of Naishadheeya charitha.


(Bharvi, Sree Harsha, Magha, Dandin)

3.

Meghaduta is the work of ................


(Bharavi, Kalidasa, Magha, Dandin)

4.

Mrcchakatika belongs to .......................


(Nataka, Prakarana, Natika, Prahasana)

B)

5.

The Aitariyopanishad belongs to .......................


(Rig vida, Yajur veda, Sama veda)

6.

Samkhyana kalpasutra is attached to ....................


(Rig vida, Yajur veda, Sama veda)

7.

Nirukkam deals the subject .....................


(etimology, grammar, metre, astronomy)

8.

Founder of Nyayasastra
( Kanadan, Badarayanan, Gautama)

C)

D)

9.

Bilhama is the author of ....................

10.

The author of Venisamhara is ...................

11.

Ramayanachanpu is written by ...................

12.

Padma Purana extoles the glory of ................

13.

The name of Kunjan Nambiar is associated with .................

14.

Krishnattam is expounded by .....................

15.

The instrument used in Koothu is .................

16.

Theyyam is an art form of ..................

II Write answer in one or two sentences ( any eight )

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

17.

What are the Vedangas ?

18.

Which are the Upanishads belong to krshnayajurveda ?

19.

Who is the author of kokilasandesa ?

20.

Who is the author of Kadambari ?

21.

Who is the author of Bharatachampu ?

22.

Write about two reforms of Ayyankali ?

23.

Mention two works of Bhasa ?

24.

Mention two works of Sree Narayana Guru ?

25.

Mention two didactic poem of Bhartrhari ?

26.

Name five sakhas (J:) in Rigvedasamhita ?

27.

Name the Upanishad which belongs to talavakara brahamanam ?

28.

What is Atharvangiras?

III Answer any five of the following :


29.

Sahodaranayyappan

30.

Bhavabhuti

31.

Jainism

(5 x 2= 10 weight )

32.

Sandesakavyas

33.

Stotrakavyas

34.

Samaveda

35.

nMi{h

36.

Ottanthullal

IV Write essays on any two of the following .

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

37.

Contribution of Sri Narayana Guru to social life .

38.

Describe the Panchakavyas in Sanskrit.

39.

The Vedangas.

First Semester B.A Degree Examination


Complementary Course II for Malayalam

SK -1311.2 Poetry and Grammar I


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer
1.

x{x Oxl: E: ?
(h, i, Exi, P)

2..

V: E: ?
(+v, n, xv, l)

3..

{j E ?
(nxi, {i, i, >)

4..

i |z nx: nn - E ?
(x, , xnv, <xp)

5..

iE VO {Ih - E: ?
(:, x:, :, nx:)

6..

x xni - E:
(nxi, :, :, :)

7..

x xM i xni ESi - Who ?


(x:, nxi, i, >)

8..

+E E - Whose ?
(x, nx, Y, )

9..

tx: ...............*
(j:, i, {:, xv:)

10..

{nE ................ES Ei *
(Sxp:, nxE:, t, xv:)

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

11..

{k S {k S .............BE{i *
(i, S, Sxp, np)

12..

Mh: ............. +xi *


(E\Sx, {z, np, n])

13..

i <ij H: E ?
({\S, {i, ], Sil)

14..

n ] Sx{
(:, h, , )

15..

vi: ] |l{Sx{ *
(l, i:, :, )

16..

xi <ij E: E: ?
(], b, ], ])

II Answer any eight in a sentence or two

(8 x 1= 8 weights)

17.

i vi - Who ? Whom ? For what ?

18.

io]: E i - Whose ?

19.

=iV {i: - Who ? Whom ?

20.

ix x {px - Who ?

21.

iiSxi{ nx hnx E - Who ? Why ?

22.

I E E E i ?

23..

xj Ih E ?

24..

{{Eh E ?

25..

E { h ?

26..

<i +xiRH Sxx Ji ?

27..

Ei E: Ei ? E ?

28..

i <i vi{nE{Sxx Ji *

II Answer any five of the following


29

Mn {h Ji *

30..

{in {h Ji *

31..

x |i Sxx Ji*

32..

nxi |i Sxx Ji*

33..

{{E i Ji*

34..

i i n *

(5 x 2= 10 weights)

+lJi
35..

{hE x Ei n +vP] P{ixx*


ux Ex x Ei M V{xi fi Mhx: **

36..

{xi xt: x: x nxi x I:*


vv i xii: {{E ii: **

IV Write essays on any two of the following


37.

Eii x{x i |i{ni*

38..

xnxi: Sjh Ei*

39..

t, {{E, i Bi i n*

(2 x 4= 8 weights)

Second Semester B.A Degree Examination Malayalam


Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK - 1231.2 Poetry and Grammar II


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer
A.

1.

xii{{ti - E ? What ?
(C, v, xi, {hbi)

2..

ij x i - E:? Who?
(v:, {hbi:, V, x:)

3.

< n: ...............*
(xi:, +xi:, +xixi:, +:)

4.

x xi xx - E:? Who?
x:, <:, +i, |h)

B.

5.

MixMix S xxSxi - E? Who?


(v:, x:, {hbi:, h:)

6.

lx xhhxnuxi: - E:? Who?


(Eh:, n:, E:, xxnM{:)

7.

x xp Vxx - E:? Who?


(E:, Eh:, n:, xxnM{:)

8.

l{i{j V ..........* E:? Who?


(E:, xxn:, Eh:, n:)

C.

9.

iS n: |i{t - E? Whom?
(Eh, xxnM{, E, xn)

10..

i xi {{Eh] - E? Who?
(i]E, {ix, n, {hJ)

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

11..

{i {{i i - E? What?
(E], =J, +, x{)

12.

Shn\Sxh Mx - E? What?
(=J, E], ], +)

13.

Vx n Sil BESx {*
(Y, Y, Y:, Y)

14..

n |l Sx {*
(h, h, , :)

15..

+n n ii BE Sx {*
(, , , i)

16..

xn - +j E:*
(], ], R, ])

II Answer any eight in a sentence or two


17..

+ii E{i* - Ei:? Why ?

18.

ii v i * Ei ? Why ?

19..

x i Si * Ei? Why ?

20.

+S xix:* E: ? Who ?

21..

ix n { - Ei:? Why ?

22.

x xp Vxx - Ei:? Why ?

23..

=H l: E xnx - E? What ?

24.

v i iEi - E:? Who ?

25..

l{i{j V xxn: - El ? How ?

26.

i ii x:* El? How?

27..

+n n Sil {h Ji*

28.

xn vi: ] =k{ {h Ji*

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

III Write short essays on any five of the following .


29.

vij x Si* ni*

30..

x xi xx * ni*

31.

inv i* ni*

32.

lx xhhxni xi: - ni*

33..

xxnM{ |i n Sxx Ji*

34.

ME V E: - ni*

35.

n n {h Ji*

36..

xn vi: R {h Ji*

IV Write essays on any two of the following .

(5 x 2= 10 weight)

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

37.

E]Vx Mx El xii <i Min hi*

38.

+ix |i ES Sxx Ji*

39..

Eii Eh |vx Ji*

Third Semester B.A Degree Examination Malayalam


Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK - 1331.2: Drama and Grammar


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer
A.

1.

vM Ei ............*
(En:, :, Mh{ij:, Sxp+)

2..

x]ESG ............ {Eh xi ?


(BEn, un, jn, Sin)

3.

x]Ex |EE:...............*
(Mh{ij:, En:, pE:, vSin)

4.

vM El ............ =nvi?
(hi, i, Exii, {\Sixji)

B.

5..

vM xE:E: - Who ?
(:, P]iES:, vhE:, En:)

6..

Bx Y{ - Who ?
(:, jv:, b, En:)

7..

xjiiE <Ei{i - Who ?


(:, P]iES:, rh:, b)

8.

nhb l vi, l: - Who ?


({hb:, E:, h:, v:)

C.

9.

E]: Ihx ............={SJ*


(+u, x, np, n:J)

10..

+ M: J ..............*
(i{, :, b, P]iES:)

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

11..

+iI J i .........*
(Sx, n:J, {j:, )

12..

Si J ............*
(:, b, h]:, P]iES:)

D.

13.

B - +j{nSUn:*
B
(B + <, B + B, B + B, B + <)

14..

Ez
Ez - +j {nSUn:
(Ex + x, E + x, Ei + x, E + z)

15..

+n: +l: E ?

(xi:, nJ, J, +:)


16.

:: - +jH:

(|l, ], ui, V)
II Answer any eight in a sentence or two

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

17..

Enx vlM < oi - Who ?

18.

nhb lvi l: - Who ?

19..

E]: Ihxx{ ? How ?

20.

E{x - ? Who ? How ?

21..

+iI i Sx ? Whoes words ? Why ?

22.

+ nxs {: - Who said this ? About whom ?

23..

E v: - Explain.

24.

xiEs{{i? Who ? Whom?

25..

|i <i {n ={V C Ji*

26.

ElSi <i{n ={V C Ji *

27..

{R\iI: <ij Eh Ji *

28.

xiE: <ij Eh E ?

III Write short essays on any five of the following . (5 x 2= 10 weight)


29.

l{x +vEi JhbE Ji *

30..

jv +vEi JhbE Ji *

31.

What is the motive of Hidimba in asking her son to fetch a human


being for her meal on that day ?

32.

+iI J i Sx -

33..

j{{xxi: R - Explain the allusion.

34.

nhb l vi l: - Who ? How ? Explain.

35.

j{{xxi:RE : - Explain. ?

36..

+EiSS tE What is the +E ? By whom ii E?

What is it +iI *

IV Write essays on any two of the following .

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

37.

Describe the word tM and write an essay on the


significance of the title of the play.

38.

Describe the character sketch of Hero of the Madhyamavyayoga.

39..

Write a note on Bhasa as a dramastist and his style.

Fourth Semester B.A Degree Examination (CBCSS)


Malayalam
Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK - 1431.2: Lyric Poem, Fables and Translation


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers may be written either in Sanskrit or in English or in


Malayalam
I E`i Si =k xv Ji *

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

Write the answers choosing the correct word from the brackets.
A. 1 . +{x v Eix - Who ?
(n{:, nIh, xxnx, =)
2..

M{P - Who ?
(nIh, =, xxnx, n{:)

3.

E |i: M{i i ?
(n{, `, xxnx:, x:)

4.

r Iuvx{{z - Who ?
(nIh, xxnx, =, :)

B.

5..

{{ x{I{bH: - Whom ?
(nIh, n{, x, xxnx)

6..

+]i: ERE: E: ?
(n{:, En:, xE:, Px:)

7..

iVnixi: - Who ?
(`:, n{:, xxnx, nIh)

8.

{jEi s PVx - Whom ?


(xxnx, Exn, nn, )

C.

9.

{\Sixj Ek E: ?
(En:, +EE:, h:, :)

10..

E ihi ?
(E:, nxi:, SI:, ih)

11..

+{IiEE Ei ixj i ?
(|l, ui, Sil, {\S)

12..

E r: |hi ?
(vxE, xn, E{j, j)

D.

Hlxx { 13.

hxEEl {\ixj ..................+xii *


(|lixj, uiixj, iiixj, {\Sixj)

14..

Ei ......................*
({Ii, +xS, E{Ii, Eii)

15..

x: + +i = ......................*
(xi, xsi, xi, x:i)

16.

= + +{ = ......................*
(=s{, ={)

II Cx +] =ki *
Answer any eight in a sentence or two
17.. il ixMSUi * Who ? Whome ?

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

18.

xP s{xM: * Who ? Why ?

19..

{x: * Whom ? How ?

20.

xi x{ o] - What was the reason ?

21..

=SGi\Si i{xk{l Mi - Who two ?

22.

{{i tPiH - Where ? What was that ? Ej ? E ?

23..

{\Sixjh Ex ?

24.

hp: Ej |ii ?

25..

kx { E E x Vxi ?

26.

ixnxxRMnxn: {{ * Who ? Whom ?

27..

E {: SxnxniSi ?

28.

izh x Ei - What things are not to do ?

III {\S|x: v: -

(5 x 2= 10 weight)

Write short essays on any five of the following questions.


29.

n{ xxnx: Px|E: hi*

30..

ixx M{i Mx i ij i: o: E ?

31.

n{: E xxnx S ?

32.

x Iin: El n{ +P: ?

33..

hp: Ei: { n Mi: ?

34.

hp {xnx ni ?

Translate into Malayalam.


35.

ii:{ Mv ix | u xi {P Mb|: ibi* is{ i]x


BE i:* +x ziE: iEi{SG*

36..

+l EnSSU {j i VEn {iS - h! Vl


ibM * i {js xEpIh:**

IV Write essays on any two of the following .


37.

En |EiRE{ +vEi ={xi *

38.

{nElvEi BE |xv Ji*

39..

n{ S l: h Ji*

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

First Semester BA Degree Examination


Hindi
Compentray Course Sanskrit
SK 1131.1 Kavya and Grammar I
Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :

Weight : 30
Answer may be written either is Sanskrit or in English
or in Malayalam

I. Choose the correct answer


I. E`: Six =kh Ji*
A)

1.

EPEi Si E xh?
(h, ES, +V, iZ)

2.

xh Ei nEx xi?
(n, Yi, {\S<i, <i)

3.

ES M: E:?Who?
(+Vx:, Eh:, xn{x, xh]]i)

4.

+V: E:?
(+:, :, :, x:)

5.

{xxi {{ x xxi x E?
(+xxn, in:, h Eh)

6.

|{Vi i | S Vi* E Whom


(+V, Eh, ES, ]x))

7.

vxx |vx ----*


(h, t, V, i{:)

8.

------- ZHx ?
(vx, I v, t)

( 4 x 1= 4 weight)

Ii -----* ?
(VxO, M, vx, t)

10

{n{x ---- ?
(i, ii, nVxi Xi)

11

n{j -----*
({, p: n:, E{:)

12

vx -- i
(nVxi, Xi, ii, i)

13

Mn Sil bESx { EB?


(M, Mh, M, M

14

<Exi:n:E:?
(:, :,M:,i)

15

ixES E:E:?
(], ], b, ])

16

+ =ij E: E:?
(], b, ], ])

17

Ii -----* ?
(VxO, M, vx, t)

II. Answer any eight in a sentence or two


17.

| Eh`{ xi - Who

18.

Ei {{{ xEi: Ei - Who? How

19.

in{{ xJ nx - Who? To whom?

20.

Ei E vi ?

21.

E:j {Vi ?

22.

+<Hx E i?

23.

{ix Ei ?

24.

Eh El txi?

25.

{j <i{ +xicMH Sxx Ji

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

26.

Ei Ei H: xi

27.

<n ii {h Ji*

28.

xn vi:] |l{{h Ji*

III. Write short essays on any five of the following


29.

<i | ii{ - What did they say?

30.

E{i vi - Whose hands? when

31.

Sj{i xO: - Explain

32.

ii Mh h * ni*

33.

b {{Eh - ni*

34.

|Eitn ix* ni*

35.

vi:b {h Ji*

36.

I E E ri - ni*

IV. Write essays on any two of the following


37.

t: i {{iE ni*

38.

{in in S {h Ji*

39.

{k xh ]]ivEi B |xv Ji*

(2 x 5= 10 weight)

(2 x 5= 10 weight)

Second Semester B.A Degree Examination, CBCSS


Hindi
Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK - 1231.1 Kavya and Grammar II


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be in Sanskrit or English or Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer
A.

1.

(4 x 1= 4 weight)

n xM < - E: ? Who ?
(h:, :, E{:, M:)

2..

ilE h: - E il: ? Who stood?


(n:, j:, E{:, I:)

3..

no Mbx h M: - E ? What ?
(MMx, RM, nx, )

4..

i - Eo ? Which type ?
({Px, z, JbMz)

B.

5..

PE: * E: ? Who ?
(E{:, {i:, p:, xp:)

6..

< {nx] * - E: ? Who ?


(h:, :, jEh:, O:)

7..

SE{ Sx{: Who ?


(:, x:, +x:, h:)

8.

h {bxx {bSxx i:* +j : E:? Here who is denoted as


Hari ?
(:, xx, :, <xp:)

C.

9.

xxSxi {hbi: * - Ex ? Whom ?


(xvx, jx, |Ynx, Mix))

10..

xx Uxnxn jh* - E ? Who ?


(n, nx, x, +Vx)

11..

ii v i E:? Who ?
(Eh:, +Vx:, :, ph:)

12..

+x i iur * - E ii? What ?


(VMi, +i, n:, )

D.

13.

it
itv i * E Sxn ? Whose ?
(+Vx, Mi:, v], )

14..

Y - +j H : E ? What is the case here ?


(ii, Sil, {\S, ui)

15..

+SUn {\SSx - { *
(i, , +i, li)

16.

Denote the E of xn
(], ], R, ])

II Answer any eight in a sentence or two

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

17..

SE Mx i * E: ? Who ?

18.

BH i xx * ES ? What did he say ?

19..

+xVMxxi * E ? Who ?

20.

x i Si - Ei: ? Why ?

21..

vij x i * Ej ? Where ?

22.

sii E{i - E: ? Who ?

23..

+xx i xx n * Ex ? El ? What ? How ?

24.

= i x Vxi: * - i E ? Who ?

25..

in nix xxSi * Ei ? Why ?

26.

Write the forms of |l of the word n

27..

Write the forms of ] of the root xn *

28.

Write the meanings of xn .

III Write short essays on any five of the following .

(5 x 2= 10 weight)

29.

xx x`: <n Sxi * Narrate the words of Hanuman .

30..

{x EixSx xi {bi : x p{i: * Sad plght of Mahendra mountain.

31.

M {i * E: ? Who ? Why ?

32.

Write the r{s of the word Vx *

33..

+ix: +xi ni * Explain.

34.

ME V E: - ni*

35.

ij {nx E ? Ej ? What ? Where ?

36..

xn vi: ] {h ?

IV Write essays on any two of the following .

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

37.

MMxMh xi : j * Journey of Hanuman.

38.

+ix: xixi El |nii hi * Narrate the immortality of


Atman

39..

Write an essay on Bhagavadgita.

Third Semester B.A Degree Examination


Hindi
Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK - 1331.1: Prose and Drama


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer
A.

1.

x]ESG ............ {Eh xi *


(n, un, jn, BEn)

2..

niC xE: ..........i *


(:, nvx:, Eh:, +Vx:)

3.

........Eh vx: i *
(EnE, RM, {\SVx:, xxnE:)

4.

Ex: nvx ...............i *


(M:, i:, J, ni:)

B.

5..

{bExvi nixMi: E: ? Who ?


(nvx:, xh:, +Vx:, :)

6..

ix o]x Ex xil * Where ?


(Sj{], nvx, n, +Vx)

7..

xnx Sxx v]* Who said this ?


(n:, +Vx:, nvx:, Ex:)

8.

x E Ei * Who ?
(nvx:, E:, +Vx:, :)

C.

9.

Sisxn - Who ?
(n:, nvx:, E\SE:, ni:)

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

10..

xv xv: x- Who said this ?


(n:, nvx:, v]:, E\SE:)

11..

{bx E v - Who ?
(nvx:, n:, E\SE:, +Vx:)

12..

<] Ex Vi ?
(+REh, xvx, vh, x)

D.

13.

x i{z {hbi: E iVi ?


(v, +v, j, I)

14..

BEr p! Gb V * Who ?
(h:, iS:, hbE;, :)

15..

x BExix r{ |h * Who said this ?


(hbE:, h:, SGv:, hr:)

16.

Up ............... xi *
(M:, +xl:, v:, vxx)

II Answer any eight in a sentence or two

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

17..

{l: xjiSU - Who ?

18.

xIjv < {Mi: RE: - Who ?

19..

ixx < : ? Who ?

20.

Sj{] E +Ji ? Who ?

21..

is ix * Who ?

22.

i]
: - Who said this ? To whom ?
i]i innMi: {:

23..

xi {hb: - What ?

24.

SG ESG it * Whose ?

25..

ixVxMh MSU: Who said this? What was the reason ?

26.

{{jxi o] h: E +ni ?

27..

in z S* What ?

28.

i vH i* What did the fisherman say ?

III Answer any five of the following .

(5 x 2= 10 weight)

29.

{iVx {ii El Vi * - Explain

30..

Sj{] hi *

31.

l{x +vEi Ji *

32.

nn +vx hi *

33..

E\SEx o] nvx hi *

34.

ixn ii VMi * Ex* By whom ?

35.

+xE S Vx * - Who said this ? When ?

36..

bE: j +xV Mi: Explain the context.

IV Write essays on any two of the following .


37.

J{hbix El Ji *

38.

nvxn: h ni *

39.

nvx Sjh Ei *

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

Fourth Semester B.A Degree Examination


Hindi
Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK - 1431.1: Prose and Poetry


Time : 3 Hrs

Weight : 30

Instruction : Answers should be either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam


I Choose the correct answer
A.

1.

xxxn{ nx * Who ?
(x, {i, J, S:)

2..

=Sx { - Whom ?
({i, J, Sh, )

3.

+Sihx - Whom ?
(Sih, , x, )

4.

i{ i Si |SG - Who ?
(S, x, {i, J)

B.

5..

{:Jxi .............. *
(, Sx, Eh, xn)

6..

x vr ...............Ii *
(vx, :, Mh:, I)

7..

ESi .............i{x *
(np:, V]:, ExE, r:)

8.

..........+t J vPx*
(vx, , xn, )

C.

9.

inlMx ERIi - Who said this ?


({i, S, J, x)

10..

E |i: |l v: /- Whose ?
({i:, x:, J:, Sh:)

(1 x 4= 4 weight)

11..

E JbM +E |SUi * E: ? Who ?


(E:, SxnxE:, Snk:, E:)

12..

{j <i i {n: {{i * Who ?


(xix, vi, nxE, )

D.

13.

+ { hMi - Who said this ?


(Snk:, +E:, vxE:, SxnxE:)

14..

]J{nSi ix ixx MSUi <i- Whose words are these ?


(Snk, ], lxE +E)

15..

Vx{ nxi{ |] * E ? Who ?


(xix, nxE, vi, {i)

16.

+ +xSi - Who said this ?


(nxE, xix, vi, E:)

II Answer any eight in a sentence or two


17..

+Sihx - Who ? For what ?

18.

xv hE - Who ? Where ?

19..

us{ xI{<{i ? Who ? Where ?

20.

i{i Si |SG - ? Who ?

21..

i{Jx nvYSE ? Who ?

22.

|SG HxVZiG: - Who ?

23..

i{x{{ni Mi - What ?

24.

xixSnxi: |lnx Ej i ? Where ?

25..

x: E: Who ?

26.

+E: E: Who ?

27..

lxE: E: Who ?

28.

xix x E +ni ? What ?

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

III Write short essays on any five of the following . (5 x 2= 10 weight)


29.

RM{ |Ei - Explain

30..

x vr : Ii - ni *

31.

i{x iSS {x - How ?

32.

nxi{hi S i {n:

33..

r: |l l - Where ? When ? Explain

34.

hi +{j Bi Vxi * Why ?

35.

xix: |h{ El Ji * - Explain. ?

36..

SnxiMi Ex Ei +h{h ni *

Why ? Whom ?

IV Write essays on any two of the following .


37.

{i: i{: hi*

38.

{i |i Sh: E|xx hi *

39..

Snk Ji *

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

Fist Semester B.A Degree Examination (CBSS)


Complementary Course to Music
Complementary Course II Sanskrit

SK 1131.3 PROSE VERSE AND GRAMMAR


Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :

Weight : 30
Answer may be written either is Sanskrit or in English
or in Malayalam

I. Choose the correct answer :


A)

1.

( 4 x 1 = 4 weights)

Sxp{bSi Ei E: ?
(pE:, +xxnS:, En:, h]]:)

2.

n xM: V E: ?
(h]] :, pE:, Sxp{b:, V:)

3.

i{b {ix E ?
( En, i i, x)

4.

Ex {j: E:?
({x:, Sxp{b:, V: pE:)

B)

5.

SiH i i{jh - who said this ?


(pE:, RMV: Sxp{b:, ShbExE)

6.

{z: SnE |Vx S xl:- who said this ?


(i, Ex:, i{b:, pE:)

7.

Ex ={nM: |Ii +i- who ?


(pE:, Sxp{b:, <xnv:, E:)

8.

V: {j: E: ?
(i:, Sxp{b:, {x:, Ex:)

C)

9.

M <ij H: E

({i, {\S, Sil, ii*)


10.

@ h =SShlx E ?
(v, i:, +`:, Eh`:)

11.

] E { E
(i, , i, +i)

12.

+nSS ---------- Y: i
(Mh, +xxE, r:, h)

D)

13.

iSUn {RM {\SESx { E ?


(ix, i, i, ii

14.

E -----------(nxi`, Eh``, +`, nxi)

15.

VxxEh --------- *
(Yx, +v, v, E)

16.

xjxE:E: ?
(<xn:, Exi:, n:, h:)

II Answer any eight in one or two sentences

(1x8= 8 wight)

17.

{{hhb x |xipIi- E ? Ej ? Who ? Where ?

18.

Sxp{b <i x SE / E: Ei ? Who ?

Why ?

19.

Eih ExE - E ? En ? Who ?

When ?

20.

xxlMi xEE{ - E ? Ej ? Who ?

21.

<I +ni {ni{n{ x Mxi- ? E: Bni ? Who said this ?

22.

f nxxi - E Sxn ? E |i ? Whose words are these ?


To whom ?

23.

Ei Ei H: xi* i xx Ji *

24.

l <i vi{nE{Sxx Ji*

25.

V |i E h& +xixi*

26.

xn {iH {h Ji *

27.. {iEh E ?
28.. niVnx: E: ?

Where ?

III Write short essays on any five of the following

(2 x 5 = 10 weight)

29.

Narrate the circimstances that brought chandrapeeda to the Acchoda


lake .

30.

Describe the significance name Chandrapeeda

31.

Describe the first meeting of Chandrapeeda and Mahasweta

32.

xj i jxxnx: Eni ?

33.. M n {h Ji
34.. vi: ] {h Ji
35.. Translate in to malayalam
Eh x E xi{Pi E{ E\Vxxi *
xnxxii niiVx nhvi **
36. Write the prose order
Vi{xS VxViJ{iE\S Eh*
niVnx! nxxv!
ivV {nx ! !
IV. Write essays on any two of the following ( 4x 2 = 8 weights)
37.

iixi ni*

38.

E{\V jx ni*

39.

Sxp{b Vxixi |i{ni*

Second Semester B.A Degree Examination (CBCSS)


Complementary to Music
Complementary Course Sanskrit

SK 1231.3 POETRY AND SASTRA PAPER -I


Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :

Weight : 30
Answer may be written either is Sanskrit or in English
or in Malayalam

I. E`i Sik xv Ji * Choose the correct answer :


( 4 x 1 = 4 weights)
A)

1.

:E: ?
(xp:, Mxp:, Ixp:, uVxp:)

2.

E nxx xi: ?
(Ih, n, Sxpxi, EEh)

3.

+bEx {j i * E ?
(vj, i, xn, xx)

4.

E\SxMh ---- xi* ?


(:, i|i{:, GbM:, nE:)

5.

{hnx:E: ?
(Eh:, nxp:, Mh:, h:)

6.

iPxi: E: ?
(nxp:, I:, Mh:, i:)

7.

E:E: ?
(Mh:, :, nxp:, Sxp:)

8.

Ex xE:E: ?
(i, i, xi, vi)

C.

9.

+n n ii Sx* ?
(+x, +, +i, +:)

10.

Vx n uiSx ?
(Vx, Y:, Y, V:)

11.

i n {iESx * ?
(i, i, i:, i:)

12.

n uiuSx?
(h, h:, h, h:)

D.

13.

nn n {iSx ?
(, n:, :, )

14.

xn vi:] E{ ?
(xnni, xnxi, +xni, xn)

15.

+xn <ij E:E: ?


( ], ], c, vc*)

16.

xni <ij E:E: ?


(], ], c, ])

II.

+]x |xxk BECx Cux Ji **Answer any eight in a sentence


or two?
(8 x 1 = 8 weight) ?
17.

EhE Ex Si ?

18.

nx nx \Si {{]*E ?

19.

Yi l x Cxxi* E ?

20.

=VZixn: |x {Vxi* E: ?

21.

x Ei xVvj* E: ?

22.

- <i +xibM HSxx Ji*

23.

+n -n ` H {h Ji *

24.

Vx n {iH {h Ji*

25.

h <i +xicM H Sxx Ji*

26.

n n uiH {h Ji*

27.

xn - <i E{ Sx Ji*

28.

xn vi: ] |l{ {h Ji*

III. Write short essays on any five of the following


29.

Yi l x Cxxi * Ei ?

30.

bMx j {Vxi? En ?

31.

ix{li i* E:? Ei ?

32.

vHl E`* Ei ?

33.

xn vi: ] E {h Ji*

34.

i n {h Ji*

35.

Translate in to malayalam :

(5 x 2 = 10 wt)

bEi ih ibMvcMh*
cE]h MEh cMxinvh
36

Write the prose order


V x Pxx V {{hnx Mh*
MVnx nivx Mnx ixE**

IV. Write essays on any two of the following


37.

I{h hi*

38.

h |i n:{nx Ji*

39.

n |iSx hi*

( 2 x 4 = 8 wts)

Third Semester B.A. Degree Examination (CBSS)


Complimentary course to Music
Complimentary course to Sanskrit

SK -1331-3 Poetry and Sastra -Paper II


Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :

Weight : 30
Answer may be written either is Sanskrit or in English
or in Malayalam. In Sanskrit Devanagari Script should
be used

I Choose the correct answers from the following brackets


(4 x 1= 4 weight)
A)

1.

VMxn Ei E: ?
(Mxn: RES:, EhSxp:, E:)

2..

E: Gbi MSUi ---------------------------*


(:, |i:, +:, Vx)

3.

{Sz{ S x {i * E: ?
(E:, E:, =n, E:)

4.

r i Mi * E?
ihb, nhb, hb, {hb)

B)

5.

VV xi * Ej ?
(n, M, E )

6.

i ix * Ex?
(n, , E, M)

7.

x VVxMR. * E?
(k, , Sk, )

8.

Mi E: -----------*
(EE:, E:, :, {:)

C)

9.

+O x: {b* E ?
(Vx:, x:, {:, |i:)

10.

ii xV{ ------------------*
(H:, i:, H:, x:)

11.

i {SUi E { -------------------M *
(S, <, B, x)

12

nx{------------------------- |i:*
(j:, {:, Vx, Vxx)

D)

13.

HHnn H{nS +l: E?


(HnE:, H nE:,EinE:, vxnE:)

14.

n{ <i {n n: E: ?
(V, {i:, h:, x:)

15.

xM {n +M +l: E:?
(n, nRM, ={xi, j)

16.

{ E:?
(h:, :, :, Eh:)

II Answer any eight in one or two sentences


A)

17.

i : E Ei SS* E?

18.

Yi ii E xi ?

19.

M E ?

20.

f V E V ?

21.

i {Sxi xExMf: * E?

22.

Sxi: j i* Ej ?

23.

E J x Ei * E?

24.

l E{* Ei:?

25.

xx n MiVi i E ?

26.

in{ - Split the sandhi

27.

Give one word for H nni <i *

28.

Point out the upasarga in h*

(8 x 1= 8 weight)

III Write short answers each in a paragraph on any five

IV

29.

xSxi * E ? E?

30.

E{ { { Ei E{ { ?

31.

i {SUi E{ x M * En ?

32.

xxnxniSh! E hn?

33.

in{ x \Si{:* En{ x \Vi?

34.

VVxMb E x ?

35.

P{i <i Eix Mhx Ji?

36.

ERE, HVx{{ <i {n: +l Ji ?

Write essays on any two of the following

(2x 4= 8 wt)

(2x 4= 8wt)

37.

iRM |vx RESHn ni?

38.

EE Vi xi E: +x ij E El |i{ni?

39.

VMxn q <i {{n El Vi <i Ji ?

Fourth Semester B.A Degree Examination (CBSS)


Complementary Course to Music
Complimentary Course to Sanskrit

SK 1431.3 POETRY AND NATYASASTRA


Time : 3 Hrs
Instruction :

Weight : 30
Answer should be written either in Sanskrit, English or
Malayalam

I. Choose the correct answer :


A)

1.

(4 x 1= 4 weight)

nh ni x{i:* E: ? Who ?
(Eh:, E:, <xp:)

2.

{i: hx E E: ? Who ?
(M{:, n:, Eh:)

3.

+xki nI Mi x {{: * Ej ? Where ?


iMx, VMi, )

4.

xxi iiS-Ex ? By whom ?


(Ehx, xxnM{x, h)

B)

Fill in the blanks


5.

jMi ----------------------------i*
(E], E, x:)

6.

----------------- i Y *
({\P, ], j)

7.

E E |hx --------------------------<iYi:*
(j, E, i)

8.

uP{ i i ----------------|Eii *
(u, {\S, BE )

C)

Split the Sandhi


9.

pil *

10.

PxiE *

11.

ix

12.

*
(Mh, +xxE, r:, h)

D)

Combine the following


13.

S + B

14.

x: + i

15.

il + B

16.

: + i

II Answer any eight in a sentence or two

(1 x 8= 8 weight)

17.

What is the meaning of the word ni*

18.

xxi i n{nS- E: ? Ej ?

19.

Who is referred to as Ex Why ?

20.

]n]SS]* E:? E ? Who ? Whom?

21.

Mention the meaning of the word E]|E*

22.

+C xilEi E:? En? Who? When?

23.

Explain i *

24.

What is Explain ?

25.

i Ei x: * Explain ?

26.

What is =nP]]: ?

27.

Explain the word V ? *

28.

jv E E: ? Which are they?

III Explain any five of the following with out omitting one with
anvaya.
( 5x 2 = 10 weight)
29.

in{xixi xvx:- E:? E ? Who ? Whose?

30.

+J inC V V *
hxvx S VnnMi i *

31.

l xii i M{i * Ei ? What happened ?

32.

x {\Sj xjMi E i *
x {\S Y MiE Exi *

33.

S\S{{]SS{] ni ? Explain ?

34.

+v ii: hVhx xxi i nS *


E\Vi x{\ViE EbEhn.=Chi **

35.

+l h Pi hx |ii EiPMx **
pil iMx{i ii {hS **

36.

Bxi{ni {iY: |Eii: *


ii Y: z{iil S **

IV Writes essays on any two of the following

(2 x 4= 8 weight)

37.

Explain i and Sii ?

38.

Bring out the beauty of kaliyamardana as Portrayed in


Narayaniya ?

39.

Explain the song beginning with i xi i .....*