Understanding the vast literary heritage of Sanskrit literature in general.

Analyze the social and cultural perspectives of Sanskrit literature of Kerala 

Evaluate the Kerala Sanskrit Theatre, Origin and development of Drama literature.

Appreciate the ethical social anfd cultural values of Kutiyattom, Krishnanattom, Marattukali.


COURSE OUTCOMES 

1 Understand critically chronological issues of sanskrit  poetry

2 Understand critically chronological issues of sanskrit prose

3 Understand the society reflected in sanskrit poetry.

4  Understand the society reflected in sanskrit prose.

5 Understand the scholarly values of sanskrit poetry through kumarasambhava

6 Present communicative  skills in sanskrit  language.

BASIC TEXTS  - Kumarasambhava, Pancatantra   



COURSE OUTCOMES 

1 Understand critically chronological issues of sanskrit poetry


Second semester BA Sahitya

Complementary Course - III

Course Code                                    :           USAS II C 127

Title                                                   :           Functional Sanskrit

Number of Credits                          :           3

Hours per week                               :           4

Number of Contact Hours            :           72

Course Charge                                :           Dr.P.V.Rajee.

Course outline                                 :           Four Modules

Module I       :           Patterns of nominal declensions- types of words- varieties of nouns

(Panchavrettah), cases with their general and exceptional use.

Module II      :           Sanjnaprakarana from Laghusiddhantakaumudi

Module III    :           Sentence constructions - Styles of sentences in Sanskrit (Kartari-

karmani- bhaveprayogah).

Module IV    :           Translation of passages- from Sanskrit to English and to English to

Sanskrit. Writing composition (Essay/ Poetry/ Story/ Letter) on selected forms.

Reference

1.      Madhusudan Misra, Anuprayukta Samskrta Vyakaranam, Parimal Publications, New  Delhi, 1981.

2.  Fr. John Kunnappilly, Prakriyabhasyam (In Malayalam)

3.  Bharata Pisharoti, Kamadhenu (InMalayalam)

4.  K.G. Paulose, Laghusamskritam (In Malayalam), Vallathol Vidyapeetha,  

     Edappal.

5.  Ananta Narayana Sastri, Vakyatattvam (In Malayalam), Govt. Sanskrit 

     College,Trippunitthura.

6.  Maurer Watter Harding, TheSanskrit Language: An Introductory Grammer

    And Reader, 2 Vols, Curzon, Surrey, 1995. 

7.  Vedprakash Sastri, Sanskrit Parimal (Praveshika 1&2), Neetha Publication,

     New

                Delhi, 1997.

8.  K.R.V. Shastri, Sanskrit Readers (Prathamadarsa, Dvitiyadarsa And

    Trtiyadarasa), R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad, 1991.

9.  Acharya Digambara Mahapatra, Saralasamskrtasambhasakam (In Sanskrit),

     Prajna Prakasa, Cuttak, 2000. 26

10.Vaman Shiram Apte, The Students Guide to Sanskrit Composition, Eastern

     Book Linkers, Delhi, 2004. 

11. Kanippayur Sankran Namputirippad, Samskrtabhasa, 3 Parts, Kanippayyur

                  Sankaran Namputirippad Smaraka Granthasala, Kunnamkulam, 1997.

12. Rajarshi Sri Ramavarma Balaprabodha – Ed. Govt Sanskrit College,

      Tripunithura

13. Sandhiyum Samasavum Malayalathil by Kanippayur Sankaran

      Nampoothirippad

14. Prof. R.Vasudevan Potti, Laghusiddhantakaumudi, Prathamo bhagah,  

      (Malayalam), Govt. Sanskrit College, Tripunithura.

Dr.P.V.Rajee            – 3 Hours

Dr.T.Mini.                 - 1 hr.

 

Assessment

Internal assessment                          20 Marks

End semester assessment                80 Marks

Internal assessment                      

Class test                                           10

Assignment /seminar                         5

Attendance                                          5

End semester assessment

Question pattern                                    Marks          No. of Questions      Total Marks

Objective type questions                              1                         10                               10

Short answer questions                                 2                    8 out of 12                     16

Short essays                                                    4                    6 out of   9                      24

Essays                                                            15                    2 out of   4                     30

                                                                                                                                       80                

The student should be able to

PO/PSO

CL

KC

Class Hrs

CO1

Understand basic principles of Vyakarana.

PO-1, PSO-2

U

C

 

CO2

Understand basic structure and usage of Sanskrit language for writing and speaking.

PO-1, PSO-2

U

C

 

CO3

Understand Lakaras and Lakararthas .

PO-1, PSO-2

U

C

 

CO4

Understand Parasmaipada and Atmanepada.

PO-1, PSO-2

U

C

 

CO5

Understand the importance of effective communication and articulation in Sanskrit.

PO-1, PSO-2

U

C

 

CO6

Understand the methodology to prepare essays in Sanskrit.

PO-1, PSO-2

U

C

 

CO7

Attain working knowledge in Sanskrit.

PO-1, PSO-1

U

C

 

 


Course Outcomes:

 1. Understand critically chronological issues of Sanskrit poetry. 

2. Understand critically chronological issues of Sanskrit prose.

 3. Understand the Society reflected in Sanskrit Poetry. 

 16 4. Understand the Society reflected in Sanskrit Prose.

 5. Understand the scholarly values of Sanskrit poetry through Kumarasambhava.

 6. Develop communicative skills in Sanskrit language.

 Basic Texts: 1) Pancatantra 2) Kumarasambhava

 Module I Origin and development of Kavya literature in Sanskrit – divisions of Kavya – different forms of poetry – definition of Mahakavya – Pancamahakavyas – prominent writers and their works.

 Module II History of prose literature in Sanskrit - special features of Pancatantra 

Module III Srgaladundubhikatha from Mitrabheda and Manibhadrasreshthivrttanta from Apariksitakaraka of Pancatantra.

 Module IV Kumarasambhava – Canto V (Brahmacaripravesa– Verses 30 to 82)

 All the portions given are for intensive study. 

Evaluation : Internal - : (i) Assignment /Seminar presentation from Unit I. (ii) Continuous evaluation. 

 External - : End semester examination.

Complementary Course - I Course Code : 1 C USAM 415 Title : Methodology for Sanskrit Studies

Number of Credits : 3 , Hours per week :  1 out of the 4 , Number of Contact Hours : 20 

Course Outcomes: 

The student should be able to: 1. Understand the basics of Sanskrit Sastra texts 2. Familiaize with Sanskrit Sastra tradition. 3. Acquire knowledge of elementary Sastra texts in Sanskrit. 4. Understand the basic concepts of  poetics  . 5. Evaluate the relevance of Sastras of Sanskrit in the modern world.  

Module II : Kavyaprakasa –  I Ullasa

Reference: Kavyaprakasa of Mammatabhatta, with Nagesavaritika, Chaukhamba Surabharati Series, Varanasi

Acquaint the student with history of Sanskrit language and its relation to other languages.

Enable the student to understand the concept of Linguistics.

To understand Linguistics on the basis of Sanskrit language and Indian Grammatical tradition

प्रथमांशः-  व्याकरणशास्त्रस्य उत्पत्तिः विकासःच - मुनित्रयम्- भट्टोजिदीक्षितः- वासुदेवदीक्षितः- वैयाकरणसिद्धान्तकौमुदी- लघुसिद्धान्तकौमुदी

द्वितीयांशः- सन्धिप्रकरणम्।

तृतीयांशः- सुबन्ताः,तिङन्ताः ।

चतुर्थांशः- कारकप्रकरणम् (लघुकौमुदी)