Sanskrit has a special feature not found in any other human spoken languages. This can be understood clearly when we compare it to Prakrit languages.
The third Sanskrit lesson describes the science behind alphabet systems used to write Sanskrit. Alphabet systems of all Indian languages share this science.
Sanskrit uses extremely simple versatile building blocks called Dhatu words, a set of 2012 root words from which words of entire language are derived.
Sanskrit course lesson about the amazing science behind the sacred Sanskrit language that makes it so unique, powerful and knowledge oriented.
In ancient India, Sanskrit was the medium of education, like English today. So, many Sanskrit words entered English via Greek, Latin, Persian.
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