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Season 6 - Episode 8

Combining Consonants

5 min - Tutorial
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Anuradha gives us a recap of our journey into the wonders of Sanskrit. In this next part we are going to see how consonants combine with neighboring consonants. She suggests having paper, a pen, and the Sanskrit alphabet nearby as we dive in.
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Great to see you here again.
Thank you Sharon for looking out for me :)
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Love the analogy of consonant combinations and human relations!
Thank you Kate for sharing your appreciation :)
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dhanyavadah:
Sva Djhaya, Astu dhanyavAdah - the Sanskrit equivalent for 'you are welcome'. Literally meaning, 'May your wishes of being dhanya (wealthy/blessed) come true!' :)

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