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Grammatical Sūtra: अव्यक्तानुकरणाद्द्व्यजवरार्धादनितौ डाच् avyaktānukaraṇāddvyajavarārdhādanitau ḍāc
Individual Word Components: avyaktānukaraṇāt d‍vyajavarārdhāt anitau ḍāc
Sūtra with anuvṛtti words: avyaktānukaraṇāt d‍vyajavarārdhāt anitau ḍāc 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), kṛbhvastiyoge (5.4.50)
Type of Rule: vidhi
Preceding adhikāra rule:5.3.70 (1prāg ivāt kaḥ)

Description:

Source:Laghusiddhānta kaumudī (Ballantyne)

The affix âch comes after the half of a word denoting an imitation of an inarticulate sound, when such half consists of at least two syllables, and when it is not followed by the quotation-mark 'iti'. Source: Aṣṭādhyāyī 2.0

[The taddhitá 4.1.76 affix 3.1.1] ḌāC is introduced [after 3.1.2 a nominal stem 4.1.1] representing an echo-word (avyakta=anukaraṇ-āt) consisting of at least two syllables in its (constituent) half (dvi=áC=avara=ardh-āt), not followed by the particle [iti] [co-occurring with the verbal stems kr̥- `make', bhū- `become or as- `be' 50]. 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: 5.4.50


Commentaries:

Kāśikāvṛttī1: yatra dhvanāvakārādayo varṇā viśeṣarūpeṇa na vyajyante so 'vhyaktaḥ. tasya anuka   See More

Kāśikāvṛttī2: avyaktānukaraṇād dvyajavarārdhādanitau ḍāc 5.4.57 yatra dhvanāvakārādayo varṇā    See More

Nyāsa2: avyaktānukaraṇāddvyajavarādrdhadanitau ḍāc?. , 5.4.57 "avyakatasyānukaraṇam   See More

Laghusiddhāntakaumudī1: Sū #1250

Laghusiddhāntakaumudī2: avyaktānukaraṇāddvyajavarārdhādanitau ḍāc 1250, 5.4.57 dvyajevāvaraṃ nnana t   See More

Bālamanoramā1: avyaktānukaraṇāt. yatra dhvanau akārādayo varṇaviśeṣā na vyajyante so'vyakto dhv   See More

Bālamanoramā2: avyaktānukaraṇād dvyajavarārdhādanitau ḍāc , 5.4.57 avyaktānukaraṇāt. yatra dhva   See More

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


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