Dear Mahinda and friends,
thank you. I have created a webpage for our Saddaniti study. You will
get the first glimpse here:
I will proceed to update the page this weekend, and continue as we
progress with our study.
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Mahinda Palihawadana wrote:
The Sanskrit equivalent of sadda, i.e.,'sabda, is widely used in
grammatical and philogical treatises in the sense of word as form, in
contrast to artha (meaning). The great grammatical treatise of
Patanjali, the Mahaabhaa"sya, calls itself a 'sabdaanu'saasana
("instruction on 'sabda"). The Pali grammatical terminology borrows
heavily from its Sanskrit counterpart.
> sadda (m) word.
> niiti (f) guidance, conduct, practice.