Sanskrit Grammar Books
rrocher at SAS.UPENN.EDU
Fri Jun 24 01:00:21 UTC 2011
I don't know of electronic copies - hard copies are, of course,
available in the British Library.
Note, however, that Colebrooke's incomplete grammar was published first,
in 1805, and was already printed in 1804 as shown on his own
pre-publication, preface-less copy in the BL. Carey's grammar came out
second, in 1806. Forster's, the third of three Sanskrit grammars that
were under preparation at the same time in Calcutta, followed in 1810.
On 6/23/11 6:54 PM, Herman Tull wrote:
> I am doing some work involving early Sanskrit Grammars (my interest is
> in those written in English). I have been able to access quite a few,
> but the earliest ones--Colebrooke's, A Grammar of the Sanskrit
> Language (1805) and Carey's A Grammar of the Sungskrit Language
> (1804)--have thus far escaped me. Does anyone know of electronic
> versions of these volumes residing in some accessible location?
> Thanks for the help.
> Herman Tull
> Princeton, NJ
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