Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
Analysis of “naijabhogyaratā”
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “naijabhogyaratā”—
- naija -
naija (noun, masculine)[compound], [vocative single]naija (noun, neuter)[compound], [vocative single]
- bhogya -
bhogin (noun, masculine)[compound], [adverb], [nominative single]bhogin (noun, neuter)[compound], [adverb], [nominative single], [vocative single], [accusative single]bhogya (noun, masculine)[compound], [vocative single]bhogya (noun, neuter)[compound], [vocative single]
- aratā -
aratā (noun, feminine)[nominative single]
Extracted glossary definitions: Naija, Bhogin, Bhogya, Arata
Alternative transliteration: naijabhogyarata, [Devanagari/Hindi] नैजभोग्यरता, [Bengali] নৈজভোগ্যরতা, [Gujarati] નૈજભોગ્યરતા, [Kannada] ನೈಜಭೋಗ್ಯರತಾ, [Malayalam] നൈജഭോഗ്യരതാ, [Telugu] నైజభోగ్యరతా
“naijabhogyaratā” in the Sanskrit language represents a word or a combination of words (such as Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, etc.). This section shows references to Sanskrit literature where this segment of Sanskrit text occurs, by literally searching for this piece of text.
Lakshminarayana Samhita [sanskrit] (by Shwetayan Vyas)
Verse 3.76.35 < [Chapter 76]
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