You are on page 1of 18

1 ववददद ववदद: चतवदर:

2 ववददद ववदसय भदग: आरणयकमम

3 ववददद ववदसय भदग: ससहहतद

4 उपहनषदम #१ उपहनषदम चदनददकयमम

5 उपहनषदम #२ उपहनषदम कठ:

6 दररनदहन दररनदहन आहसतकदहन नदहसतकदहन च

7 दररनदहन ससनयवदद: मदधयहमकद: बपदद:

8 दररनदहन आहसतकदररनदहन षटम

9 पपरदणदहन पपरदणदहन अषददर

10 वयदकरणरदसदहण #१ अषदददहय पदहणहन:

11 वयदकरणरदसदहण #२ हसददनतककमपहद भटदहज ददहकतद

12 वयदकरणरदसदहण #३ महदभदषयमम पतञहल

13 रदमदयणमम रदमदयणमम वदलमदहकद

14 महदभदरतमम महदभदरतमम ववदवयदस:

15 रपकद: #१ अहभजदनरदकप नतलमम कदहलददस:

16 रपकद: #२ उतररदमचररतमम भवभसहत:

17 रपकद: #३ सवपनवदसवदत: भदस:

18 रपकद: #४ ववहनससहदरमम भटनदरदयण:

19 रपकद: #५ ममचछकहटकमम सपदक:

20 पञमहदकदवयदहन #१ रघपवसरमम कदहलददस:

21 पञमहदकदवयदहन #२ कप मदरसमभवमम कदहलददस:

22 पञमहदकदवयदहन #३ हकरदतदजपरनदयमम भदरहव:

23 पञमहदकदवयदहन #४ हरसपपदलवददमम मदघ:

24 पञमहदकदवयदहन #५ ननहषददयचररतमम शदहषर:

25 गदकदवयदहन #१ कददमबरद भदण:

26 गदकदवयदहन #२ वदसवदतद सपभनदप:

27 गदकदवयदहन #३ दरकप मदरचररतमम दणडद

28 चमपपकदवयस #१ चमपपरदमदयनमम भसजदवव:

29 चमपपकदवयस #२ चमपपभदरतमम आननदभट:


30 चमपपकदवयस #३ हवशवगपणदररचमपप: ववङटदरर:

31 चमपपकदवयस #४ नदलकणठहवजयचमपप: नदलकणठददहकत:

32 चमपपकदवयस #५ यरहषतलकचमपप: सदमदवव:

33 कदहलददससय रपकमम मदलहवकदहगहमतमम कदहलददस:

34 कदहलददससय रपकमम हवकमसवररदयमम कदहलददस:

35 शलदकद: नदरदयण: सरहसजसहनहवष:

36 शलदकद: पदवरतद अनपसरहण

37 शलदकद: रदरदददवहव कदशमदरपपरवदहसनद

38 वयदकरणमम चदरहयतवद कतवदनतस रपमम

39 वयदकरणमम तथदहप यदहप

40 वयदकरणमम हपतरर सपमदहवभहक:

चनदगपप: मघदवर:
आहदकदवयमम / आहदकहव:
पञम: ववद:
दपषयनत: / रकप नतलद

उदयनद / वदसवदतद

चदरदत:

महदकदवयमम
सहवतममणडलमधयवथर
1 No bone or head, arm no finger, no legs, hugs you tight. Shirt

Man wants in kaasi - mrutyu, desirable to king in war - jayam, most venerable among gods - mrutyun
2 jayah

Calm amongst women - sita, king who has all good qualities - ramah, thing that is respected by the
3 learned - vidhya

a person who is well versed in all branches of learning. 2 letters in middle omit. Remaining means
4 heaven. Naagarika - naaka

roams about the three worlds, beloved consort of Visnu, in whose name if a letter is added in the
5 beginning and one in the end it would mean equal - maa, samaanam

no beginning and end. In the middle is in you and me. Na in start and end and ya in middle. You and I
6 have it. Eyes.

Without teeth, eats stone. Without life, speaks much, possessed with wealth of virtues, moves on with
7 others' feet (thread stiches) - sandal

without legs it moves far. Full of letters not a scholar. Speaks distincly without mouth. The one who
8 knows it is a scholar - post card

Lives on the top of tree. Not lord of birs. 3 eyes. Not God Siva. Wears clothes made of skin. Not
9 mendicant. Contains water. Not pot or cloud - coconut

killed the demons after going to the forest with his brother - ramah, 3 letters in the middle of that word
10 and say what sort of person Ravana was - raakshasoottamah
Book
# what ? # Who To Whom When

1
2

1
66
Full Answer
A student says this (Teacher! I have come for studying) to a scholar in Kasi when he approaches
the teacher to study under his guidance. Count
The teacher says this (God is all - pervasive) to the student when the student cross-questions
the teacher on where God is not present showing his intelligence. Count
The scholar says this (Dear boy, Where is god?) to the student when the scholar wants to test
the wisdom of the student Count
The student says this (Where does God not exist?) to the teacher when the teacher asked him
where God is present. Count

The student says this (Your kind self may please explain) to the teacher when the teacher asked
him where God is present and he cross questions the teacher on where God is not present
Count
The crow says this (how do I drink water?) to itself (thinks) when it finds that there is only a
little water in the pot. Count
The jackal says this (The grapes are sour) to itself when it becomes angry and blames the fruits
since the grapes are not reachable. Count

The old man says this (how can I get the fruits?) to himself (thinks) when he was wondering
how to reach the mangoes in the tall mango tree as he had no strength in his body to climb up.
Count

The old man says this (how will I go up?) to himself (thinks) when he was wondering how to
reach the mangoes in the tall mango tree as he had no strength in his body to climb up. Count
The old man says this (I have no strength in my body) to himself (thinks) when he was
wondering how to reach the mangoes in the tall mango tree Count
The king says this (I want you to be a minister in my court) to Raama when he invited the
learned Rama to become his minister. Count

The rat says this (I will make a hole) to itself (decided) when when it saw the box inside which
the hungry snake was present and though there were eatables in the box. Count
The rat says this (There are eatables in the box.) to itself (thought) when when it saw the box
inside which the hungry snake was present. Count

The ministers says this (Let Asamanja be banished from the country) to King Sagara when he
got reports from people that his son Asamanja was wicked and sought the advice of his
ministers. Count

Author says this (Oh! How great is the king's faith in righteousness!) to readers when explaining
how King Sagara accepted the minister's decision to banish his own son Asmanja. Count

The wise says this (In the interest of the family, one child / indiscriminate person may be
sacrified) to us when / after explaining how King Sagara accepted the minister's decision to
banish his own son Asmanja. Count
King Sagara says this (what should I do now?) to his ministers when he got reports from people
that his son Asamanja was wicked. Count
The rat says this (I will make a hole) to itself (decided) when when it saw the box inside which
the hungry snake was present and though there were eatables in the box. Count

The saint says this (It will not leave its nature.) to the man on the river bank when the man
asked the saint not to try to save the scorpion as it was biting the saint again and again. Count

The saint says this (Scorpion is a lowly insect. Biting is its nature) to the man on the river bank
when the man asked the saint not to try to save the scorpion as it was biting the saint again and
again. Count

A man on river bank says this (This scorpion is harmful) to the saint when he found that the
scorpion was biting again and agin the saint who was trying to save it from drowning. Count

The saint says this (how will I give up my helping nature?) to the man on the river bank when
the man asked the saint not to try to save the scorpion as it was biting the saint again and
again. Count

The woman says this (That is why his mouth is bloody) to herself (thought) when she saw the
mouth of the mongoose was smeared with blood and assumed that it had eaten her baby.
Count

The woman says this (This mongoose has eaten my baby) to herself (thought) when she saw
the mouth of the mongoose was smeared with blood and assumed that it had eaten her baby.
Count

Candragupta says this (Distribute these blankets to poor people. ) to Caanakya when he sent
caanakya some blankets and instructed him to distribute it among the poor. Count

Caanakya says this (I have renounced all pleasures and I am contented with what I have) to the
thieves when explaining the reason why he is not using the blankets sent by the king for
distribution among the poor. Count

Caanakya says this (I have no authority to use them) to the thieves when explaining the reason
why he is not using the blankets sent by the king for distribution among the poor. Count

Caanakya says this (I will distribute them tomorrow) to the thieves when explaining the reason
why he is not using the blankets sent by the king for distribution among the poor. Count
Grand Count
Count bookUnique questions
2 1 Which are the vedaangaas?

3 2 which are the aastika darshanas?

4 2 write the names of the 10 upanishads.

3 3 how many puranas are there? What are they?

1 3 Which are the famous works in vyaakarana saastra?


1 3 which is panini's famous work?
1 6 How many draamas did Bhasa write?
2 7 which gadya kaavyam was written by bhana?

7 7 which are the 5 maha kavyas?

2 7 Which are the famous champukaavyaas? Who wrote them?

1 7 which are the famous gadya kaavas? Who wrote them?

2 8 which are the naatakas written by kaalidasa

2 8 Story of Shaakuntalam
2 9 Story of uttararaama charitam
1 10 Who wrote venisamhara?

2 2 how many purushas are there in sanskrit? What are they? Write with examples.
2 4 how many prayogaas are in sanskrit? What are they?

4 7 How many upsargaas are there in sanskrit? Which are they?

4 10 how many lakaaras are there? What are they?

2 10 What are the 10 ganas.

Year # Question
Feb-07 2 How many draamas did Bhasa write?
Aug-10 1 how many lakaaras are there? What are they?
Aug-12 2 how many lakaaras are there? What are they?
Aug-13 3 how many lakaaras are there? What are they?
Feb-11 3 how many lakaaras are there? What are they?
Feb-09 3 how many prayogaas are in sanskrit? What are they?
Aug-12 3 how many prayogaas are in sanskrit? What are they?
Aug-08 2 how many puranas are there? What are they?
Aug-11 2 how many puranas are there? What are they?
Feb-13 3 how many puranas are there? What are they?
Feb-07 1 How many upsargaas are there in sanskrit? Which are they?
Aug-10 2 How many upsargaas are there in sanskrit? Which are they?
Aug-11 1 How many upsargaas are there in sanskrit? Which are they?
Feb-12 3 How many upsargaas are there in sanskrit? Which are they?

Aug-09 1 how many purushas are there in sanskrit? What are they? Write with examples.
Feb-06 2 Story of Shaakuntalam
Feb-06 1 Story of uttararaama charitam
Feb-12 2 What are the 10 ganas.
Feb-09 1 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Feb-10 3 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Feb-11 2 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Aug-11 3 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Feb-12 1 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Aug-12 1 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Feb-13 1 which are the 5 maha kavyas?
Feb-09 2 which are the aastika darshanas?
Aug-09 2 which are the aastika darshanas?
Feb-13 2 which are the aastika darshanas?
Feb-12 4 Which are the famous champukaavyaas? Who wrote them?
Aug-13 2 Which are the famous champukaavyaas? Who wrote them?
Aug-08 3 which are the famous gadya kaavas? Who wrote them?
Feb-10 2 Which are the famous works in vyaakarana saastra?
Feb-10 1 which are the naatakas written by kaalidasa
Feb-11 1 which are the naatakas written by kaalidasa
Aug-07 1 Which are the vedaangaas?
Feb-08 2 Which are the vedaangaas?
Feb-08 3 which gadya kaavyam was written by bhana?
Aug-09 3 which are the famous gadya kaavas? Who wrote them?
Feb-07 3 which is panini's famous work?
Feb-08 1 Who wrote venisamhara?
Aug-07 2 write the names of the 10 upanishads.
Aug-08 1 write the names of the 10 upanishads.
Aug-10 3 write the names of the 10 upanishads.
Aug-13 1 write the names of the 10 upanishads.
Write the names of two works and their authors in Sanskrit grammer (vyaakarana
Aug-07 3 saastras)
Aug-08 1 what happens when hanuman is remembered?
Aug-08 2 Whose eyes does the guru open? How?
Aug-08 3 what all does saraswati give?
Aug-14 3 How many parvas in Mahabharata?
Answers
Siksa, Vyaakarana, Chandas, Nirukta, Jyotisa, Kalpa

Saankhya, Yoga, nyaaya, Vaisesika, Purva mimaamsa, uttara mimaamsa

isaa-kena-kata-prasna-munda-maandookya-tittiri
etareyam ca chaandogyam bruhadaaranyakam tatha
isaavaasya, kena, katha, prasna, mundaka, maandukya, taittiriya,
brhadaaranyaka, chaandogya, Aitareya

ma-dvayam bha-dvayam chaiva bra-trayam va-chatustayam


a-naa-pa-lim-ga-kuu-skaa-ni puraanaani prachkshate

matsya, maarkandeya, bhagavata, bhavishya, brahmaanda, brahmavaivarta,


brahma, vaamana, varaaha, vishnu, vaayu, agni, naarada, padma, linga,
garuda, koorma, skanda

astaadhyaayi - paaninih,
siddhaantakaumudee-battoji deekshitah,
mahaabhaashyam-patanjalih
astaadhyaayi
13 (swapna vaasavadatta)
kaadambaree

(5 Mahaakaavyaani #1) Raghuvamzam Kaalidaasah


(5 Mahaakaavyaani #2) Kumaarasambhavam Kaalidaasah
(5 Mahaakaavyaani #3) Kiraataarjuneeyam Bhaaravih
(5 Mahaakaavyaani #4) zisupaalavadam Maaghah
(5 Mahaakaavyaani #5) Naishadheeyacharitam sreeharsha:
http://www.prasadprakashan.com/prasadprakashan/panchmahakavye.html

(Champukaavyam #1) champooraamaayaNam bhoojadevah


(Champukaavyam #2) champoobhaaratam anandabhatta:
(Champukaavyam #3) visvagunaadharshachampu: venkataadhvari:
(Champukaavyam #4) neelakantavijayachampu: neelakantadeekshitah
(Champukaavyam #5) yashastilakachampu: somadevah

(Kadyakaavyaani #1) kaadambaree BaaNah


(Kadyakaavyaani #2) vaasavadatta subandhu:
(Kadyakaavyaani #3) Dazakumaaracharitam daNDee

maalikaagnikitram, vikramorvasheeyam, abhignaanashaakuntalam


http://www.sushmajee.com/reldictionary/literature/books-
sans/vikramorvasheeyam.htm

Saakuntalaa, daughter of Visvaamitra, foster-daughter of Kanva marries


Dusyanta through Gaandharva rites and later reunites with him. By
Kaalidaasa
Abandonment of Sita found in the uttarakaanda of Ramayana is the theme
of this drama. By bhavabhuti
Bhatta Naaraayana
There are 3. prathama, madhyama, uttama purusha. Sa: patati, tvam patasi,
aham pataami
There are 3 voices or Prayogas in Sanskrit. Kartari, karmani, bhave

There are 22 prefixes or upasargas in Sanskrit. Pra, paraa, apa, sam, anu,
ava, nis, nir, dus, dur, vi, aang, ni, adhi, abhi, su, ut, prati, pari, api, ati, upa

There are 10 lakaaras. Lat, let, lung, lang, lit, lut, lurut, lurung, lot, vidhiling,
aashirling
lat, lit, lut, lurut, let, lot, lang, ling, lung, lurung

The verb roots are classified into 10 Ganas or conjugational classes


according to the pattern the verbal forms follow. Bvaadi: , adaadi:,
juhotyaadi:, divaadi:, svaadi:, tudaadi:, tudhaadhi:, tanaadi:, krayaadi:,
churaadi:
Aug-08 1 what happens when hanuman is remembered?
Aug-08 2 Whose eyes does the guru open? How?
Aug-08 3 what all does saraswati give?
# grouping # word sentence
1 1 यथद तथद रदजद प्रजद
2 1 यहद तहहर वमहष वषदर छतस
3 1 यदद तदद सनधयदपदसनमम
4 1 यत: परदकद भहवषयहत
5 1 यदहप तथदहप हवरदम:
6 1 यत तत ददप: अनदकदर:
7 1 अत: बपभपकद
8 2 नमदहम दववस
9 2 आगहमषयहत परशव: हमतमम गमहस
10 2 हसनह्यहत भवदनम हमतव हसनह्यहत वद?
11 2 वसहत गदमव
12 2 नमतयहत सभदयदमम
13 2 हजघ्रहत पपषपमम
14 2 अससयहत पहणडतदय
15 2 अहधिहतष्ठहत वनस
16 2 नमहस तवस
17 2 अहधिवसहत वनमम
18 2 हलखदहम अहमम
19 2 कप पयहत भवदनम हकमथरमम मह्यस
20 2 करदहत पदकमम
21 2 गचछहत वनमम
22 2 पशयहत ममगमम
23 2 गदयदम: वयमम
24 2 हपबथ यसयमम
25 2.5 रदचतव मह्यस
26 2.5 यततव परदकदथर
27 2.5 वदथ यसयमम
28 2.5 वनदसव तवस
29 2.5 सपधिरनतव छदतद: हकददङ्गनव
30 2.5 यचछ तवस अनमम
31 3 पहठतवदनम रदमदयणमम
32 3 वधिरतदमम भहक:
33 3 खदहदतवदनम भदजनमम
34 4 गनतपमम
35 4 खदहदतवद
36 4 उपहवशय
37 4 पहठतपस
38 4 सवदकम तय
39 4 पदतवद
40 4 ददतपमम
41 4 गतवद
42 4 कक्रीहडतपमम
43 4 दषष मम
44 4 गनतपस
45 4 पहठतवद
46 4 अधययनदय छदत: .. गपरकप लस गचछहत
47 5 पररत: सकररदस ... हपपदहलकद:
48 5 उभयत: मदगरमम
49 5 रदमत: पददपकदस सवदकम तवदनम
50 5 रदलदत: आगचछहत
51 5 नगरत:
52 5 अहभत: अरणय:
53 5 कसमदतम कदरणदतम भवदनम न आगचछहत
54 5 कप त:
55 5 हवददलयदतम
56 5 गमहत:
57 5 चदरदतम तसयदहम
58 6 हमतसय
59 6 षणणदस
60 7 कप त
61 7 कदसदरव
62 7 बदहलकव खददत:
63 8 मह्यस रदचतव
64 8 नम:
65 8 गपरवव
66 8 रङव अहमम
67 8 सववकदय
68 8 रदमदय
69 10 सवहसत
70 10 परशवद
71 10 अहप
72 10 इददनन
73 10 हवनद
74 10 सदधिर
75 10 अननतरस
76 10 सम
77 10 अलमम रदकव न
78 10 ह्य:
79 10 सह
80 10 उपरर
81 10 सवरदद
82 10 समयकम
83 10 पर:
84 10 बहह:
85 10 कहत
86 10 अद
87 10 कदद
88 10 हकमथरमम
89 10 वमथद वमथद भवदनम हचनतदस करदहत
90 10 सवयमम एव
91 10 च
92 10 उचन:
93 10 पपरद
94 11 गनथदनम
95 11 मदतदमहद
96 11 पददरकद बहह:
97 11 मणडस क:
98 11 ततॄणस
99 11 मनयव इहत
100 11 अङ्गषलय:
101 11 हमतमम
102 11 तपभ्यमम