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Resources for Advanced Vedic Sanskrit

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 ...
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Good reference on Devanagari typography and alphabet learning

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: Einf├╝hrung in die indischen ...
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Sanskrit learning

First of all, Sanskrit is both an ancient and a modern language. It is still alive today, although it is spoken by fewer than a million people. If you are learning Sanskrit as an ancient language, ...
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Good reference on Devanagari typography and alphabet learning

In addition to what's already been mentioned, DuoLingo has a Hindi track, which includes a section on learning the letters. It has an interactive page for each letter that lets you trace the strokes, ...
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