The Sanskrit Language is the Oldest Language on Earth


    There are many languages ​​are spoken in the world, which is more than seven thousand. More than two thousand languages are spoken in Asia. Sanskrit is the oldest language. Its roots can be traced back to the time of Aaryans. Most of the languages spoken in the world are derived from Sanskrit. The oldest roots of Indian heritage can be found in Sanskrit. It is also known as the mother of all languages. It is the sacred language of the Hindu religion. It is said that the creator of the world Brahma dev introduced the Sanskrit language. The four Vedas- Rigveda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Veda and the Atharva-Veda, which are also the ancient sources of law are written in Sanskrit. The greatest epics of all time, Ramayana and Mahabharata are also composed in Sanskrit. The oldest astronomical and astrological works were originally written in Sanskrit. Sanskrit word matri, became mater in Greek and mother in English. Such kind of resonance can be found in most of the languages which prove that Sanskrit is the oldest language on the earth. The consonants and vowels of Sanskrit were never changed or improved. It is the greatest treasure given by ancient Indians to the world. The Sanskrit language is extensively being understood and learned globally. People all over the world realize its potential and importance. Scientific studies have also been conducted which prove that the sound created by the Sanskrit language activates neurons in the body. It must be part of the curriculum of the students so that they can also learn this extraordinarily beautiful language.


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