Kh instead of S in Yajur Veda

Madhav Deshpande mmdesh at UMICH.EDU
Sun Feb 24 18:13:17 UTC 2002

This happens in the Zukla Yajurveda recitation, where the RV line is pronounced as ...ziirkha.h purukha.h.  I am
responding to this email away from home, and don't have access to my
books, but if I remember correctly, the Zukla-YV Praatizaakhya deals with
this feature.
                              Madhav Deshpande

On Fri, 22 Feb 2002, Dean Anderson wrote:

> Madhav Deshpande mentions in "Genesis of Rgvedic Retroflexion..." that some
> branches of Yajur Veda show 'kh' where the retroflex 's' is normally
> expected. Where is this found? Is is associated with a particular Shakha or
> geographical location? Are there any other aspects of the vedic literature
> that show this?
> Dean Anderson, PhD

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