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Grammatical Sūtra: आशंसायां भूतवच्च āśaṃsāyāṃ bhūtavacca
Individual Word Components: āśaṃsāyām bhūtavat ca
Sūtra with anuvṛtti words: āśaṃsāyām bhūtavat ca pratyayaḥ (3.1.1), paraḥ (3.1.2), ca (3.1.2), ādyudāttaḥ (3.1.3), ca (3.1.3), dhātoḥ (3.1.91), kṛt (3.1.93), kriyāyām (3.3.10), kriyārthāyām (3.3.10), vartamānavat (3.3.131), vā (3.3.131)
Type of Rule: atideśa
Preceding adhikāra rule:3.2.134 (1ā kveḥ tacchīlataddharmatatsādhukāriṣu)

Description:

The affixes which are employed, when the sense is that ol the past time or of the present time, may, optionally, in like manner, be employed, after a root in denoting future time, when hope is expressed. Source: Aṣṭādhyāyī 2.0

When a wish (ā-śaṁsā-yām) is expressed (that something will happen, necesssarily referring to the future) [l-substitutes proper to the present and future 131] as well as (ca) of the past (bhūta-vát) are introduced [after 1.2 a verbal stem 1.91]. Source: From Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini In Roman Transliteration translated by Sumitra M. Katre, Copyright © 1987. Courtesy of the University of Texas Press.

Source:Srisa Chandra Vasu's Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini

Anuvṛtti: 3.3.131


Commentaries:

Kāśikāvṛttī1: vā ityeva. vartamānasamīpye iti na anuvartate. āśaṃsanam āśaṃsā, aprāptasya priy   See More

Kāśikāvṛttī2: āśaṃsāyāṃ bhūtavac ca 3.3.132 vā ityeva. vartamānasamīpye iti na anuvartate. āś   See More

Nyāsa2: āśaṃsāyāṃ bhūtavacca. , 3.3.132 "āgamat" iti. luṅa. āgata iti niṣṭ.    See More

Bālamanoramā1: āśaṃsāyāṃ bhūtavacca. nānuvartate iti. atra vyākhyānameva śaraṇam. apptasya p Sū #614   See More

Bālamanoramā2: āśaṃsāyāṃ bhūtavacca 614, 3.3.132 āśaṃsāyāṃ bhūtavacca. nānuvartate iti. atra vy   See More

Tattvabodhinī1: āśaṃsāyām. āśaṃsanamāśaṃsā = aprāptasya prāptumicchā. āśaṃsāyāṃ vartanatve'pi Sū #505   See More

Tattvabodhinī2: āśasāyāṃ bhūtavacca 505, 3.3.132 āśaṃsāyām. āśaṃsanamāśaṃsā = aprāptasya pptum   See More

1.Source: Arsha Vidya Gurukulam
2.Source: Sanskrit Documents


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