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Dhatu Kosha - Skt Eng - Bahuballabh Sastri
The students of Sanskrit often hesitate to use verbal forms while speaking or writing and prefer to use past and potential participles instead. This is because they are not sure whether a certain verbal form they are going to use is correct. Brihad Dhatu Rupavali by T. Krishnamacharya which gives all verbal forms of almost all roots in the Dhatupatha in addition to the participles of the above kind, would surely be very useful to the Sanskrit students. As a book of reference, Brihad Dhatu Rupavali is almost indispensable even to Sanskrit scholars.
Sanskrit Dhatu Kosha Yuddhishthir Mimamsaka
Brihad Dhatu Rupavali