Fall for 2008-2009
A study of Sanskrit, the dominant classical and scholarly language of the Indian subcontinent, the sacred language of Hinduism, (with Pali) a scriptural language of Buddhism, and the oldest known member of the Indo-European language family. Learn to read, linguistically analyze, and fully comprehend the passages from the Mahabharata, the Hitopadesha, the Katha-sarit-sagara, the Manava-dharmashastra, and the Rigveda.
The course is offered in the easily accessible hours of the evenings (M W 6:15-7:30). The course is offered in the easily accessible hours of the evenings (MW 6:15-7:30).
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