Re: [Pali] Re: Pali & Sanskrit: Yes, There Is.
- Thanks, Lennart, for the links. I've got a library copy of Fahs' book
and have especially found useful the index of difficult-to-recognize
forms at the back of the book. It's been a real time-saver, and
therefore I'm trying to find a used copy.
Has anyone here used Oberlies' grammar?
Search from this link on 'oberlies pali'
It's very expensive but if it supercedes Geiger and is as easily
referencable as Fahs it could be worth the cost.
A more general question to all: which Pali reference works do you
find helpful and why?
>Although the book is in German, it consists mainly of long and detailed
>charts and tables on all kinds of grammatical aspects -
>Unfortunately, you probably wont find the book in print: at www.amazon.de it
>says, that the book can only be obtained from second hand stores; have a
>If you are only interested in those phoneme - correspondeces i will try to
>make a copy of those few pages and send them right away to your mail box.