Brihat-katha-shloka-samgraha [sanskrit]

35,982 words

The Sanskrit edition of the Brihat-katha-shloka-samgraha: an epic story in the form of a narrative detailling Naravahanadatta’s quest to become the emperor of the Vidyadharas. Similair to the Kathasaritsagara, the Brhatkathaslokasamgraha also represents one of the several abridgements of the “Great Story” (Brihatkatha), said to have originally consisted of 700,000 shlokas (metrical verses). Alternative titles: Bṛhatkathāślokasaṃgraha (बृहत्कथाश्लोकसंग्रह), Bṛhatkathāślokasaṅgraha (बृहत्कथाश्लोकसङ्ग्रह), Bṛhat-kathā-śloka-saṃgraha (बृहत्-कथा-श्लोक-संग्रह), Brihatkathashlokasamgraha, Brhatkathaslokasangraha, Brhat-katha-sloka-samgraha (sangraha).

Verse 10.246

अलं चालापजालेन सर्वथाहं नृपात्मजम् ।
स्वामिन्यै कारयिष्यामि प्रणाममचिरादिति ॥ २४६ ॥

alaṃ cālāpajālena sarvathāhaṃ nṛpātmajam |
svāminyai kārayiṣyāmi praṇāmamacirāditi || 246 ||

The Sanskrit text of Brihat-katha-shloka-samgraha Verse 10.246 is contained in the book Brihat Katha Shloka Samgraha (Hindi translation) by Shri Budhaswami (श्री बुधस्वामी). This book is not available online so in order to read the full text and translation you should buy the book:

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Glossary of Sanskrit terms

Note: This extracts Sanskrit terms and links to English definitions from the glossary, based on an experimental segmentation of verse (10.246). Some terms could be superfluous while some might not be mentioned. Click on the word to show English definitions.

Alam, Ala, Cala, Apa, Jala, Sarvatha, Aha, Asmad, Nripatmaja, Svamini, Pranama, Acirat, Acira, Iti,

Analysis of Sanskrit grammar

Note: this is an experimental feature and only shows the first possible analysis of the Sanskrit text (Brihat-katha-shloka-samgraha Verse 10.246). If the system was successful in segmenting the sentence, you will see of which words it is made up of, generally consisting of Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Participles and Indeclinables. Click on the link to show all possible derivations of the word.

  • Line 1: “alaṃ cālāpajālena sarvathāhaṃ nṛpātmajam
  • alam -
  • alam (indeclinable)
    ala (noun, neuter)
    [adverb], [nominative single], [accusative single]
  • cālā -
  • cāla (noun, masculine)
    [compound], [vocative single]
  • apa -
  • apa (indeclinable)
  • jālena -
  • jāla (noun, masculine)
    [instrumental single]
    jāla (noun, neuter)
    [instrumental single]
  • sarvathā -
  • sarvathā (indeclinable)
  • aham -
  • aha (noun, neuter)
    [adverb], [nominative single], [accusative single]
    asmad (pronoun, none)
    [nominative single]
  • nṛpātmajam -
  • nṛpātmaja (noun, masculine)
    [adverb], [accusative single]
    nṛpātmaja (noun, neuter)
    [adverb], [nominative single], [accusative single]
    nṛpātmajā (noun, feminine)
  • Line 2: “svāminyai kārayiṣyāmi praṇāmamacirāditi
  • svāminyai -
  • svāminī (noun, feminine)
    [dative single]
  • kārayiṣyāmi -
  • kṛ (verb class 0)
    [future active first single]
  • praṇāmam -
  • praṇāma (noun, masculine)
    [adverb], [accusative single]
  • acirād -
  • acirāt (indeclinable)
    acira (noun, masculine)
    [adverb], [ablative single]
    acira (noun, neuter)
    [adverb], [ablative single]
  • iti -
  • iti (indeclinable particle)
    [indeclinable particle]
    iti (noun, feminine)
    [compound], [adverb]

Other editions:

Also see the following editions of the Sanskrit text or (alternative) English translations of the Brihat-katha-shloka-samgraha Verse 10.246

Cover of edition (2019)

The Katha Sarit Sagara: The Ocean of the Streams of Story (2 Volumes)
by C.H. Tawney (2019)

1412 pages; (Translated from the Original Sanskrit); [Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Lt.]; ISBN: 9788121505017

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