But those who are properly equipped can see many beauties in classical Sanskrit poetry which are entirely lost to others.
Both these great epics are composed in the same form of the çloka metre as that employed in classical Sanskrit poetry.
Prominent everywhere in classical Sanskrit poetry, these elements of Nature luxuriate most of all in the drama.
The suffix in -um is an accusative, like the corresponding infinitive of classical Sanskrit.
The stress-accent of classical Sanskrit has as a rule been preserved throughout.