13 interesting facts about Sanskrit language

facts about Sanskrit language
facts about Sanskrit language

We will discuss “Facts about Sanskrit language” The Sanskrit language is the language used from ancient times till date. The Sanskrit language is the oldest and recorded history is available of Sanskrit language as the most ancient oldest language of the world.

The Sanskrit language is used in ancient times to write Vedas and scriptures. It is not the language used only for written purposes but also a language used by common people of that time to communicate with each other. Here are some interesting and scientific facts about the ancient Sanskrit language.

Oldest language in the world

facts about Sanskrit language

The Sanskrit language is recorded as the oldest of the Vedas, the Vedas were written in the Sanskrit language, and the Vedas are written between 1500 – and 1200 BCE. The Scholar Panini wrote an ancient text called “Ashtadhyayi” ( meaning Eight chapters), the text contain standards for how Sanskrit was meant to be written and spoken correctly.

Sanskrit the sweet and Moralistic language

The Sanskrit language is said that it feels difficult to speak but is very sweet in nature and has moralistic value. The Sanskrit language does not have any vulgar words or harsh words, you can say many things in a very sweet manner.Is Sanskrit still spoken?

Sanskrit, the scientific language

facts about Sanskrit language

The Binary number system from Sanskrit scripture is used nowadays in computer systems. Some scientists say that the computer system responds well to the Sanskrit language and the research is continued on the Sanskrit language and how it responds to the digital world language.

Sanskrit, the primary language of all languages

It is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records that Sanskrit is the world’s oldest and most ancient language. Many languages of different countries in the world originated from the Sanskrit language, all Indian languages originated primarily from Sanskrit and also, and most Western language have their origins in English, Russian, Icelandic, French, and Greek are all dialects of the Sanskrit language. Read more about the History of the Sanskrit language

Sanskrit the language of God

Sanskrit is the language of the Vedic era and is also called the language used by gods. In Indian history, Sanskrit is the primary language and was used by everyone during Vedic time it is said that the Vedic era is the era of a more scientific, spiritual, moral, and less criminal period.

Sanskrit, the authentic and precise language

The terms in Sanskrit are so credible and precise that some words of the Sanskrit language have no meaning in different languages and are used by the world in their original Sanskrit form like the words Karma, and Bhrama these idioms or words are used by people in its original form. Kitchen items name in Sanskrit |

Sanskrit, the language of peace and consciousness

Sanskrit is the language of all dimensions of human life. The Sanskrit language and Sanskrit mantra chanting give people inner peace and self-consciousness, The addiction of people towards the Sanskrit language is tremendous by its spiritual meaning and ancient belonging of knowledge.

Sanskrit, the verbal living language

Sanskrit is the living language till now, in India a village in Karnataka called Sanskrit Village in this village everyone talks in Sanskrit as their daily language, and also provides classes to Sanskrit language seekers for free. Indian rituals have been done from ancient times till now in the Sanskrit language. Many different countries have universities that teach Sanskrit maximum number of universities of Sanskrit language education are in Germany. Read more about Unraveling Pingala’s Contribution to Mathematics

Sanskrit, the language of Media ( mass media, social, Media)

The popularity of Sanskrit slokas and idioms is increasing in western countries. The mindset of people in the sanskrit ancient language makes people feel close to the Sanskrit language and the precise idiom with powerful meanings makes people more attracted to the Sanskrit language. All India Radio has Sanskrit language programs, in India in Doordharsan channel news is daily broadcast in the Sanskrit language. 

Sudharma, the only Sanskrit language newspaper

Sudharma is the only Sanskrit newspaper available Sanskrit language newspaper in the world, the Sudharma newspaper was first published in 1970 and is continued to date, sudharma is published from Mysore in Karnataka, India, and is also available on the online platform. Sudharma newspaper was launched by Sanskrit scholar Kalale Nadadur Varadaraja Iyengar in 1970 to promote the Sanskrit language.

Highly organized grammar structure

Sanskrit is only the language in the world that has a highly organized grammatical structure. The phonetically vowels and consonants have been arranged in a very scientific pattern. One word in Sanskrit has multiple synonyms, no other language rarely has that amount of synonyms of one word that is available in Sanskrit grammar for example in Sanskrit grammar word Water has 70 synonyms, and many more words with multiple synonyms.

The Sanskrit Effect on the Brain

It is a real fact that the Sanskrit language speaking and chanting help in cognitive function, it is seen in research as the neurological study of people who chant Sanskrit mantras have an increase in grey matter density and cortical thickness in the brain, people who study Sanskrit or chant sanskrit mantras have structural change in the brain that support cognitive function.

Sanskrit, the vibrational language

In the Sanskrit language, chanting Sanskrit mantras, and slokas should be on the correct pronunciation and also emphasize the importance of sound and its vibration while reciting Sanskrit shlokas. the vibrational effects of the Sanskrit mantra show a good impact on our brain functioning. the vibrational way of pronunciation of words is only seen in the Sanskrit language. Read more about Why learn Sanskrit