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Descension of
Bhagwan Ram
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Sanatan Dharm
Sanskrit – The Mother
of All Languages
(I - III)
  Part I
The Origin
 
  Part II
The Perfection
 
  Part III
Unique Features
 
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Sanskrit: The Mother of All Languages - Part I to III

Sanskrit: The Mother of All Languages - Part I of III
The Origin of Sanskrit
The one which is introduced or produced in its perfect form is called Sanskrit. The word Sanskrit is formed from “sam + krit” where (sam) prefix means (samyak) ‘entirely’ or ‘wholly’ or ‘perfectly,’ and krit means ‘done.’...
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Max Mueller
Sanskrit: The Mother of All Languages - Part II of III
A Glimpse of the Perfection of Sanskrit Grammar
Sage Panini conceived fourteen very distinct sounds from God Shiv’s damru (small hand-drum which God Shiv holds in His hand) and created the entire Sanskrit grammar called Ashtadhyayi...
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Max Mueller
Sanskrit: The Mother of All Languages - Part III of III
Six Unmatched Features of Sanskrit
The one which is introduced or produced in its perfect form is called Sanskrit. The word Sanskrit is formed from “sam + krit” where (sam) prefix means (samyak) ‘entirely’ or ‘wholly’ or ‘perfectly,’ and krit means ‘done.’...
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Max Mueller
 
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