sanskrit declensions

Sanskrit Declension of masculine noun Shishya meaning a disciple

Continuing with our effort of providing Sanskrit declension of nouns, here is a next one. The word is Shishya, which means means a disciple and ends with अ. It’s a masculine noun and will follow the procedure of similar nouns given earlier. Case Singular Dual Plural I (Subject) शिष्यः शिष्यौ शिष्याः II (To, Object) शिष्यम् …

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Sanskrit Declension of masculine noun Putra (Son)

The Sanskrit word for a son is पुत्रः (Putraḥ). It is a masculine noun ending with the vowel अ. The declensions of this word are given below for the usage of various cases (Vibhakti) in different sentence formations. Case Singular Dual Plural I (Subject) पुत्रः पुत्रौ पुत्राः II (To, Object) पुत्रम् पुत्रौ पुत्रान् III (With, …

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