Kriyāpadas (Verbal Forms) are the backbone of any Saṃskṛta sentence. Knowing verb forms is essential for a learner right from his/her first Saṃskṛta sentence.
There are nearly 2000 verbal roots (dhātus) in Saṃskṛta. Each of them has many forms.
It may become difficult for a learner to decide which dhātus and which forms of those dhātus to learn first, and in which order they are to be learnt. This product helps a beginner to learn the most important verbal forms easily.
Here, you can learn the forms of 108 dhātus in the four principal lakāras – laṭ (present tense), loṭ (command/request), laṇ (past tense), lṛṭ (future tense)
2 modes – “Anūccāraṇam” – Teacher student repetition mode and “Pārāyaṇam” – Listening and chanting mode.