Re: Saddanithi Grammer
- Some additional notes.
1. There is a 200 page treatise devoted to the Saddaniiti in the
Journal of the Pali Text Society, VOlume XVII, 1992, entitled
"Exploring the Saddaniiti."
2. There is also a Thai script version cited in Peter Skilling's
bibliography of Pali literature in Thailand. I can provide citation
when I find it. This version is easy to obtain in Thailand.
3. I believe Steven Collins new grammar takes most of its example
sentences from the Saddaniiti under appropriate grammatical topics.
This would seem to be an easy way to study it.
Question: Has anyone seen a quick reference guide to Pali with tables
that can be mechanically used for grammatical and Sandhi
transformations like Roderick S. Bucknell's "Sanskrit Manual" ?
- Dear Jim (and Jon F),
thank you for the info, I found the post and copied it.
Op 10-nov-2008, om 22:27 heeft Jim Anderson het volgende geschreven:
> I posted a short overview of H. Smith's edition of the Saddaniiti to[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> this list on May 10, 2003 (msg #2590). Not sure if this is what you
> have in mind.
- --- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Nina van Gorkom <vangorko@...> wrote:
> Venerable Prabodha,
> Jim Anderson explained to us before some parts of saddaniti.
> and this was interesting to all. Hopefully he reads this.
> Op 8-nov-2008, om 13:32 heeft prabodhapanditharatna het volgende
> > I'm looking for a teacher who can teach saddanithi pali grammer.
> > With metta
> > Prabodha
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Thank you for the responses.
I found valueble information on Saddhanithi in thi discussion.