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lesson 4 – चतुर्थ पाठः

These are a few sample words that forms by the combination of letters “संयुक्ताक्षराणि“.

Sno. अक्षराः संयुक्ताक्षरः Pronunciation शब्द: – Word अर्थ – Meaning
1. क् + क क्क kka अक्का Mother
2. क् + त क्त kta भक्तः Devotee
3. क् + म क्म kma रुक्मम् Gold
4. क् + य क्य kya वाक्यम् Sentence
5. क् + र क्र kra वक्रम् Crooked
6. क् + ल क्ल kla शुक्लः White
7. क् + व क्व kva पक्वम् Ripe
8. क् + ष क्ष ksha दक्षः Talented
9. क् + ष् + ण क्ष्ण kshNa तीक्ष्णः Sharp
10. क् + ष् + म क्ष्म kshma सूक्ष्म Subtle
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2 responses to “lesson 4 – चतुर्थ पाठः

  1. jegajothy March 29, 2012 at 5:57 AM

    The above table was truncated, i.e. the last right column. any way if u can make the screen bigger. I had even maximized the page, and it still does not show.
    I am just starting to learn sanskrit, and these lessons will be an invaluable additional tool. How can I receive copies of your blog pages or is there anyway to save these to my desktop.
    And finally, what is the name of the sanskrit devanagiri font that u use, I am still researching for one that is easy to install and use.
    Thank u.
    Hare Krishna
    Jegajothy

    • Sanskrit Institute March 29, 2012 at 10:21 AM

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