Panini (500 B.C.) was a great landmark in the development of Sanskrit language. He, concising about ten grammar schools prevalent during his time, wrote the master book of grammar named Ashtadhyayi which served as beacon for the later period. Literary Sanskrit and spoken Sanskrit both followed Panini’s system of language. Today the correctness of Sanskrit language is tested upon the touchstone of Panini’s Ashtadhyayee.
Sanskrit is said to belong to Indo – Aryan or Indo Germanic family of languages which includes Greek, Latin and other alike languages. William Jones, who was already familiar with Greek and Latin, when came in contact with Sanskrit, remarked that Sanskrit is more perfect than Greek, more copious than Latin and more refined than either. He said – “Sanskrit is a wonderful language”. It is noteworthy that though ancient and classical, Sanskrit is still used as medium of expression by scholars throughout India and somewhere in other parts of the world e.g. America, and Germany. Sanskrit is included in the list of modern Indian Languages in the eighth schedule of the constitution of India.
This app contains the following:
Each chapter has "shloks" with its hindi and english meaning.
Each chapter has three languages. Hindi, English & Sanskrit
In this app there are 18 chapters of bhagvad gita.
6.Dhyan yoga or Atmasanyam yoga
13.Ksetra–Ksetrajna Vibhaga yoga
The app will guide you through your entire visit: find all of the practical information for both the Bowers Museum and the exhibition in the information section; learn about the inspirations and listen to anecdotes for a selection of pieces throughout the exhibition thanks to the audio guide section; finally, share your thoughts and comments in the Exhibition Guest Book.
This app will guide you through your visit: listen to the inspiration and anecdotes of a selection of pieces set in the exhibition thanks to the audioguide section, leave a message on the Exhibition Guest Book to share your comments on your visit, and find all the practical information on the exhibition.
Cette application vous guidera lors de votre visite : grâce à la fonctionnalité d’audio-guide écoutez les histoires d’une sélection de pièces exposées, leur inspiration, leurs anecdotes, laissez votre commentaire sur l’exposition dans le Livre d’Or et partagez-le, et retrouvez toutes les informations pratiques pour vous rendre à l’exposition.