Here we are going to learn about Weekdays in Sanskrit and Just like the changes in verbs take place with the use of inflections, the words stating the position of the days keeping in mind TODAY face transformation with the help of infections.
WeekDays In Sanskrit
Sunday रवि वासर ravi vaasaraha
Monday इंदु वासर indu vaasaraha
Tuesday भौम वासर bhowma vaasaraha
Wednesday सौम्य वासर sowmya vaasaraha
Thursday बृहस्पति वासर brihaspati vaasaraha
Friday भृगु वासर bhrugu vaasaraha
Saturday स्थिर वासर sthira vaasaraha
Today, Tomorrow, Day after tomorrow, day after day after tomorrow and Yesterday: Making Sanskrit simpler.
All this can be explained by the table given below.
|Word||Meaning of the word in English.||Sentence example.|
|adya||today||Adya Shrukravaarasaha. Today is Friday.|
|Shvaha||tomorrow||Shvaha shaanivarasaha. Tomorrow is Saturday.|
|Parashvaha||Day after tomorrow||Parashvaha bhaanuvaasaraha.Day after tomorrow is Sunday.|
|Praparashvaha||Day after day after tomorrow.||Praparashvaha somaavasraha. Day after Day after tomorrow is monday|
|Hyaya||Yesterday||Hyaya Guruvaasarha. Yesterday was Thursday.|
It can be noticed through this table, especially the first column which makes it apparent to anyone willing to notice that learning this language of the elite becomes easier once the learners get acquainted with the manner in which inflections play a role in the Sanskrit language.
Friendly advice: Begin with using Sanskrit terms in the language you are comfortable in and then proceed towards formulating whole sentences. In this manner, the learner would have more time to gain familiarity as far as a pronunciation of a new language is concerned. And let us face it, immaculate pronunciation like icing on the cake of accurate grammar.