Kannada grammar
Kannada grammar
Author: Frederic P. Miller, Publisher: Kniga po Trebovaniyu, 2011
ISBN: 978-6-1342-5049-8
Cover: paperback
Weight: 147g
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Kannada grammar is primarily based on Keshiraja `s Shabdamanidarpana (c. 1260 CE), which provides the fullest systematic exposition of the Kannada language. The earlier grammatical works include portions of Kavirajamarga (a treatise on alankara) of the 9th century, and Kavyavalokana and Karnatakabhashabhushana (both authored by Nagavarma II in the first half of the 12th century). Various grammatical aspects of Kannada include, tatsama-tadbhava, vibhakti pratyaya, kala (tense forms), linga (gender forms), sandhi, samasa, chandassu, alankara, and different poetrical metres such as vritta, tripadi, kanda (also called, choupadi or chaturpadi), shatpadi, and sangatya.