Sanskrit Abhyas

Sanskrit Abhyas


Practice makes one perfect. And this is the ultimate aim of Sanskrit Abhyas. This website has been created with the resolution of helping you perfect your Sanskrit grammar. Sanskrit students can revise and refine their grammar with the help of numerous exercises given here.

Nouns
The nominal form of a Noun is called Stem. In Sanskrit, every stem takes many forms based on the case, the ending letter, the gender and the number.

By applying the 7 cases, every stem can have 21 forms. This is called Noun Declension. The Vocative case is counted as part of the Nominative case and hence it is not counted as an additional case.

Become an expert in declining nouns from stems with the help of these lists and exercises which have been created using rules based on the Sutras of Ashtadhyayi.
Verbs
Verbs are those words which tell us about an action. Each verb is formed from a verb root. Many verbs can be formed from a single root. This is called Conjugation.

Sanskrit Verbs are categorized into ten groups. They are conjugated in three persons, three padas, three voices, three numbers and ten tenses and moods.

Become an expert in conjugating verbs from the verb roots with the help of these lists and exercises which have been created using rules based on the Sutras of Ashtadhyayi.
Pronouns
In Sanskrit, the names that can be given to anyone or everyone are called Pronouns. Pronouns are formulated using a Sutra, "Sarvadini Sarvanamani". This sutra terms the group of words from the Sarvadigana, containing words like Sarva, Vishwa, Ubha etc, as Pronouns.

Like nouns, the nominal forms of Pronouns are also called Stems. The stems of pronouns can also have 21 forms.

Become an expert in declining pronouns from stems with the help of these lists and exercises which have been created using rules based on the Sutras of Ashtadhyayi.
Verbal Suffixes
In Sanskrit, suffixes are morphemes that are added to the end of a word to change its meaning. Suffixes which are used with verbs are known as verbal suffixes. The words formed using verbal suffixes are called verbal derivatives.

Become an expert in the formation of verbal derivatives from verb roots using verbal suffixes with the help of these lists and exercises which have been created using rules based on the Sutras of Ashtadhyayi.
Nominal Suffixes
In Sanskrit, suffixes are morphemes that are added to the end of a word to change its meaning. Suffixes which are used with nouns are known as nominal suffixes. The words formed using nominal suffixes are called nominal derivatives.

Become an expert in the formation of nominal derivatives from stems using nominal suffixes with the help of these lists and exercises which have been created using rules based on the Sutras of Ashtadhyayi.
Numerals
In Sanskrit, Numerals are just a set of nouns representing numbers. They have been separated in this site for ease of learning only.

Decline numerals from stems using these lists and exercises which have been created using rules based on the Sutras of Ashtadhyayi.