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There are many introductory books and grammars, but after that, there appears to be nothing that identifies itself as "advanced". So it seems you need to dive into the text, possibly annotated versions, or with a translation in parallel. Below are a few books that may be helpful: Charles Rockwell Lanman: A Sanskrit Reader: Text and Vocabulary and Notes. ...


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There are books that teach you how to write Devanagari, for example, Rupert Snell: Read and Write Hindi Script. Teach Yourself. McGraw-Hill, 2010. Elvira Friedrich: Einführung in die indischen Schriften. Teil 1: Devanāgari. Third edition. Hamburg: Helmut Buske, 2012. You can also find many YouTube videos that teach you how to write Devanagari, such as ...


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This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. samskritabharati.in, the best Sanskrit language resource available, working to revive Sanskrit. It has Sanskrit courses, projects, news and media, bookstore, etc. sanskrit.nic.in, Central Sanskrit university website formerly Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan; it has Sanskrit ebooks/ejournals, lessons/lectures,...


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