BA (Sanskrit – Vyākaraṇa) course is designed to develop a first level yet a comprehensive understanding of the Sanskrit Language and the grammatical aspects pertaining to the language.
The courses lead the student to deeper aspects of Grammar required for a undergraduate programme and prepares him/her to take up specialised studies through PG programme. The minor stream allows the students to take courses from even modern subjects such as marketing and human behaviour thus making them all round in their perspectives and learnings.
In time, with the help of our faculty and your assigned counsellor, students will understand the importance of each of the following for their chosen major.
Mahābhāṣya – Paspaśāhnika
Saṁjñā / Sandhi
Śabdādhikāra + Pauṣpī – Subanta
Kāraka + Vibhaktyartha / Strī
Lakārārtha and Krdartha & Taddhita – Selected Portions
Prauḍhamanoramā – Pañcasandhyanta (without Śabdaratna)
Vākyapadīya – Brahmakāṇḍa
Pauṣpī Prakriyā – Tiṅkṛtsiddhi
Intro to Linguistics (Also the application of Linguistics)
Vyākaraṇa philosophy and life/religion/society (So you study Vyākaraṇa. So what? What good is it for society?)
Liṅgānuśāsana (different texts)
Vyākaraṇāntara (Different systems of Sanskrit Vyākaraṇa)
Western Studies of Vyākaraṇa
1 Sarga of a chosen Kāvya (Vyākaraṇa perspective)
Vyākaraṇa of different languages (Both Indian and non-Indian)
English Grammar (Chomsky’s attempt at codifying English)
Translation (From and into Sanskrit)