Grammatics from the point of view of antiquity

Authors(1) :-Nidhi Yadav

In Vedic terms grammar has been bestowed in all Vedas> as well as the noun of Uttara Vidya. Grammatical language appears as an uncommon means of learning when looking at ancient Indian languages. In the ancient times, many borrowers were recited, but in the absence of writing, Vedic Rishis had to be stigmatized to keep them alive. In this process of narration, variation in the pronunciation of the people and accusations in the ascendant of vowels, accentuation of Vedic words, etc. began to be composed of accented formulas groups for each branch, and for the each Vedas, the formulas were composed, It is known as Pratishakshi. In the Brahmanic texts, there are defined definitions of grammar in many places, and in the Shuklajurvedi 'Shathpath Brahmin', singular and plural and chantogyopanishad are mentioned in the names of separatist nouns such as vowel, heat, touch etc. On the other hand, the Saints of Sangeeth Samhita In the case of grammar, the specified footprint is also mentioned. The basic form of grammatical theory seems to be visible only in the final phase of the Rig Veda. In which the definition of 'untouchability' in the context of 'Chattari Shruti' is described as 'unprotected' and 'Saptasindhav' has been referred to as 'Sattva-Fiduciary'. If seen as a whole, it seems that the tradition of grammaticalism has been very ancient, whose original source is Vedas. But there is no clear mention of ancient Vaayakas, and it is considered to be leading in Indian Viayakas because it is that their former vaiyakas can not get importance like water and their names also disappear in the long run. Pat'jali and Katyayana have been an important contributor in furthering the same Panini tradition which is presently visible.

Authors and Affiliations

Nidhi Yadav
JRF, Research Scholar, Sanskrit Department, Allahabad University, Allahabad, India

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Published in : Volume 3 | Issue 8 | November-December 2017
Date of Publication : 2017-12-20
License:  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Page(s) : 1493-1495
Manuscript Number : IJSRST1848242
Publisher : Technoscience Academy

Print ISSN : 2395-6011, Online ISSN : 2395-602X

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Nidhi Yadav, " Grammatics from the point of view of antiquity", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology(IJSRST), Print ISSN : 2395-6011, Online ISSN : 2395-602X, Volume 3, Issue 8, pp.1493-1495, November-December-2017.
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