Imperative Mood - Indicative and Prohibitive Mood - Sanskrit

Sanskrit

In Sanskrit, लोट लकार (lot lakar) is used with the verb to form the imperative mood. To form the negative, न (na) is placed before the verb in the imperative mood.

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