xxv, 492p., Abb., 23 cm. (First Edition pub. in 1864) (Revised Edition pub. in 2007)
The book presents the rules of the grammar in a very simple and lucid manner. The tenses, e.g. present, past, future, perpositions, pronouns, conjugations, have been explained in a very understandable manner. Masculine, femenine and neuter cases with nouns ending in vowels and nouns ending in consonants are also another features of the book. Moods e.g. poetical as well as prose have also been explained in the book. In all, Sanskrit Grammar as a book gives all the rules of Sanskrit Grammar with examples, thus making this book very useful and readable.