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Grammatical Sūtra: कर्माध्ययने वृत्तम् karmādhyayane vṛttam
Individual Word Components: karma adhyayane vṛttam
Sūtra with anuvṛtti words: karma adhyayane vṛttam pratyayaḥ (3.1.1), paraḥ (3.1.2), ca (3.1.2), ādyudāttaḥ (3.1.3), ca (3.1.3), ṅyāpprātipadikāt (4.1.1), taddhitāḥ (4.1.76), samarthānām (4.1.82), prathamāt (4.1.82), vā (4.1.82), strīpuṁsābhyām (4.1.87), nañsnañau (4.1.87), bhavanāt (4.1.87), ṭhak (4.4.1), tat (4.4.51), asya (4.4.51)
Type of Rule: vidhi
Preceding adhikāra rule:4.4.1 (1prāg vahateṣ ṭhak)


The affix ((ṭhak)) comes, in the sense of "this is his act, occuring in study" after a word in the first case in construction, if such a word is an act (karma) which has occurred (vrittam) in study (adhyayana). Source: Aṣṭādhyāyī 2.0

[The taddhitá 1.76 affix 3.1.1 ṭháK 1 is introduced after 3.1.2 a nominal stem 1.1] signifying an action (kárman) [ending in 1.1.72 the first sUP triplet 51] to denote `occurring in [one's 51] study' (adhy-áyan-e). 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: 4.4.1, 4.4.51


Kāśikāvṛttī1: tadasya ityeva. taditi prathamāsamarthādasya iti ṣaṣṭhyarthe ṭhak pratyayo bhava   See More

Kāśikāvṛttī2: karmādhyayane vṛttam 4.4.63 tadasya ityeva. taditi prathamāsamarthādasya iti ṣa   See More

Nyāsa2: karmādhyayane vṛttam. , 4.4.63 kriyayā yadvyāpyamānamīpsitatamamanīpsitatama   See More

Bālamanoramā1: karmādhyayane vṛttam. `tadasya paṇya'mityatastadasyetyanuvartate. `tadasya Sū #1593   See More

Bālamanoramā2: karmādhyayane vṛttam 1593, 4.4.63 karmādhyayane vṛttam. "tadasya paṇya&quot   See More

Tattvabodhinī1: karmādhyayane. `tadasye'tyanuvartate, ṭhagihādhikriyata. eva tadāha— prath Sū #1228   See More

Tattvabodhinī2: karmādhyayane vṛttam 1228, 4.4.63 karmādhyayane. "tadasye"tyanuvartate   See More

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


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