Sanskrit declensions have a definite pattern when it comes to noun and how they end. The sound of the ending vowel often defines the way a noun would get various kinds of forms in sentences when used in Sanskrit language.
Through this post, we are providing the declension of noun ‘Rama–राम’ which ends with ‘अ’ vowel. It is masculine noun and can be used in all three forms: singular, dual and plural.
Similarly, we can develop the declensions of other nouns that end with ‘अ’ vowel and are masculine.
|I (Subject)||रामः (Rāmaḥ)||रामौ (Rāmau)||रामाः (Rāmāḥ)|
|II (To, Object)||रामम् (Rāmam)||रामौ (Rāmau)||रामान् (Rāman)|
|III (With, By)||रामेण (Rāmeṇa)||रामाभ्याम् (Rāmābhyām)||रामैः (Rāmaiḥ)|
|IV (For)||रामाय (Rāmāya)||रामाभ्याम् (Rāmābhyām)||रामेभ्यः (Rāmebhyaḥ)|
|V (From, Than)||रामात् (Rāmāt)||रामाभ्याम् (Rāmābhyām)||रामेभ्यः (Rāmebhyaḥ)|
|VI (Of)||रामस्य (Rāmasya)||रामयोः (Rāmayoḥ)||रामाणाम् (Rāmāṇām)|
|VII (In, On)||रामे (Rāme)||रामयोः (Rāmayoḥ)||रामेषु (Rāmeṣu)|
|Vocative||हे राम (He Rāma)||हे रामौ (He Rāmau)||हे रामाः (He Rāmāḥ)|