ASHTADHYAYI OF PANINI | VOLUMES 01 THRU 08 + INTRO
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ASHTADHYAYI , Sanskrit Astadhyayi ( " Eight Chapters " ) , Sanskrit treatise on grammar written in the 6th to 5th century bce by the Indian grammarian Panini .
This work set the linguistic standards for Classical Sanskrit .
It sums up in 4000 sutras the science of phonetics and grammar that had evolved in the Vedic religion .
Panini divided the work into eight chapters , each of which is further divided into quarter chapters .
Beyond defining the morphology and syntax of Sanskrit language , Ashtadhyayi distinguishes between usage in the spoken language and usage that is proper to the language of the sacred texts .
The Ashtadhyayi is generative as well as descriptive .
With its complex use of metarules , transformations , and recursions , the grammar in Ashtadhyayi has been likened to the Turing machine , an idealized mathematical model that reduces the logical structure of any computing device to its essentials .
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VOLUMES 1 THRU 8 | COMPLETE BOOK | 1681 PAGES
VOLUME 0 | Introduction | 0018 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 1 | 4 Chapters | 0210 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 2 | 4 Chapters | 0134 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 3 | 4 Chapters | 0256 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 4 | 4 Chapters | 0247 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 5 | 4 Chapters | 0187 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 6 | 4 Chapters | 0278 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 7 | 4 Chapters | 0176 Pages | PDF
VOLUME 8 | 4 Chapters | 0191 Pages | PDF
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