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By Thomas Oberlies

The 2 nice epics of (old) India, the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, are written in a language, which differs from so-called classical Sanskrit in lots of info. either texts nonetheless are of an immense significance in India and different international locations. due to this, a grammar describing the entire diverse features of epic Sanskrit has been neglected previously. The Grammar of Epic Sanskrit will now shut this hole.

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160-164), ibid 11,1 § 29by and LEUMANN (1968): ror the Riimiiya1)o see SeN (1951 b: 237-239). t'Iyodn(l1l(l. 4. 2 and - wllb _p- - al Mbh 1 , 1 3 5 . I. ). /·b· cr. I. (CE ffl tlrok h a-). 1. ). I. (CE tiibaTako-)

Moreover. ) futhety lIl 'iiciirjuna�, (pado without caesura), M2 falhef; gatvii"iirjllna�, (without caesura). There is a strong aversion to hiutlls. even where pennined by rules ofgrammar(see5UKTHANKAR, Prolegumefla p. XCIll). J \'j"dMe apracetiib. 6, ... i ciipracefii�I. l l'ifl(/ali ciip,r aceliill, • Do we have to read nlSiTdlw . niI? It is, however. 10): "On the other hand, wlthm thep4do attempts are sometimes made 10 aVOId hiotuJ at the expense of form. as m R. VII. I09,4 (brohmaml (cf. 20) 61·arlo)Yln poram" (HoPKINS 197) 1901 6 - 1 .

See Horr-MANN, Allft. 289 with n. 4. AND(1903: 44) and OERTEL. XI. ScI! (el passim). p. 1064 - Introduction - XLVII Mjddle lndo-Aryan, in wbich quite a number of these 'irregularities' have become the regular for ms 1: (3) shortening of long vowels at the seams of 'compounds' (see OBER­ LIES 200 1 , 30 I§ 2c) 1 39 1§ 2b) 1 5 1 I§ 2bl') (5) coalesccnce of f. 1)) (6) confusion of nom. of the f. 7]) (10) °sati- "sa- in numerals (see OBERLtES 200 I : 196) (12) omission of samasanta-suffixes (see OBERLIES 200 1 : 136 n.

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