What is the relationship between Sanskrit and other languages | Why Sanskrit is mother of all languages

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In this post, you will learn how the countries around the world speak only Sanskrit, but in a corrupted way or mispronounced way or in simple words, in incorrect way.

It may be the European languages or the African languages or the Middle East or Chinese or Japanese or the Americas etc., all the people around the world speak only Sanskrit language, but in mispronounced way.

I am not at all trying to magnify anything about Sanskrit language in this post.

But want to spread the greatness and divinity of this divine language Sanskrit to all.

Note : I won’t go about any technicality of the different languages, but will try to keep it as simple as possible, by giving examples from different languages around the world in comparison with Sanskrit language.

My dear friends, in this post you will get the answers for the following questions:

What is the relationship between Sanskrit and other languagesWhat languages is Sanskrit related to?

Why Sanskrit is mother of all languages?How has Sanskrit influenced other languages?

Which language is most closely related to Sanskrit?Which language is more similar to Sanskrit? | etc.

Kindly note that, the words given below from the other languages and Sanskrit language has the same meaning.

That is, both Sanskrit language and other languages around the world has single and similar meaning.

Other languages words and Sanskrit language words (linguistic similarities) are as given below:

No (English) : This word is taken from ‘na’ (न) of Sanskrit.

Three (English) : This has been originated from ‘tri’ (त्रि) of Sanskrit.

Asva (Lithuanian) : This means horse in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit horse means Ashva. In Hinduism we the Devatas (Demigods) called Ashvini Kumars, who are the physicians.

Dievas (Lithuanian) : This means God in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit God means Deva (Dev) (Sanskrit).

Tarak (Arabic) : In Arabic Tarak means ‘morning star’ or just a ‘star’. In Sanskrit Taraka (Tarak) means star. Lord Vishnu is called as ‘Tarakasha’, because he is having eyes like stars.

Namaz (Arabic) : Arabic people do Namaz, means they pray to their Allah. In Sanskrit the word is ‘Namaskaram‘ or ‘Namaskara‘ or ‘Namaskar‘ or ‘Namaste‘ praying to God.

Namaz (Persian) : Same as above. Parsi pray to their God by doing Namaz. In Sanskrit the word is ‘Namaskaram‘ or ‘Namaskara‘ or ‘Namaskar‘ or ‘Namaste‘ praying to God.

Dumas (Lithuanian) : This means smoke in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit smoke means Dhuma or Dhupa.

Sunus (Lithuanian) : Sunus means son in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit we call it as Sunu (सूनु) for son.

Kona (Japanese) : Kona means corner in Japanese language. The Sanskrit language word for corner is also Kona.

Adamu (Japanese) : This has the meaning of first human on earth as per Japanese, similar to Adam in English. The Sanskrit word for this is Adityam or Adim (आदित्यम् or आदिम्).

Vyras (Lithuanian) : This means man in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit Vira means man.

Padas (Lithuanian) : This has the meaning of foot in Lithuanian language. The Sanskrit word for this is padam (पादम्) or Pada (पाद) or pad (पाद्).

Poison (English) : The Sanskrit word for this English word ‘poison’ is ‘pashanam’ (पाषाणम्) or ‘pasahana’ (पाषाण) or ‘pashan’ (पाशाण्).

Prayer (English) : ‘prarthanam’ (प्रार्थनम्) or ‘prarthana’ (प्रार्थना) is the Sanskrit word for prayer of English language.

Ugnis (Lithuanian) : This means fire in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit the word for fire is Agni.

Vilkas (Lithuanian) : This means wolf in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit wolf means Vrika (वृक).

Ratas (Lithuanian) : Chariot is the meaning of this Lithuanian language word Ratas. In Sanskrit chariot means Ratha or Rath.

Senis (Lithuanian) : This means old or senior in Lithuanian language. In Sanskrit Sana (सन) has the same meaning.

Sensa (Japanese) : This means sensor in Japanese. The Sanskrit word for this is samvedaka (संवेदक) or sachetam (सचेतम्).

Monku (Japanese) : This means monk in Japanese. ‘muni‘ is the Sanskrit word for this Japanese word monku.

Dantis (Lithuanian) : In Lithuanian language Dantis means tooth. The Sanskrit word for this is Danta (Dant) (दन्त).

Naktis (Lithuanian) : Naktis means night in Lithuanian language. Nakti (नक्ति) means night in Sanskrit language.

Saint (English) : The Sanskrit word for this is Santa (संत). Even in English, the word Santaclause is used during Christmas.

Duo/Duvet/Dual (English) : All these words are related to duality (two). The Sanskrit word for these words are Dvaita.

Iqbal (Arabic) : Iqbal means first or one in Arabic language. In Sanskrit ‘Ek’ (एक) means first or one.

Equal (English) : English ‘equal’ has the same meaning as above one. In Sanskrit ‘Ek’ (एक) means one.

Alfaz (Arabic) : In Arabic alfaz means alphabet. In Sanskrit alphabet means aksharam or akshara or akshar.

Alphabet (English) : Same meaning as above, that is, the Sanskrit has the words like aksharam or akshara or akshar for English word alphabet.

Alsukar (Arabic) : This means sugar in Arabic. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘sakkaram or sakkara or sakkar’.

Sugar (English) : Same as above, that is, the Sanskrit word for this is ‘sakkaram or sakkara or sakkar’.

Taraydint (Arabic) : Taraydint in Arabic means Trident. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘Trishulam or Trishula or Trishul’.

Trident (English) : Same as given above. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘Trishulam or Trishula or Trishul’.

Khatna (Arabic) : As per Islam they do Khatna to a baby boy. Here Khatna means cutting. The Sanskrit word for cut is ‘kartati’ (कर्तति). Even in Hindi the word is ‘kaato’.

Cut (English) : Same as above. The Sanskrit word for cut is ‘kartati’ (कर्तति). Even in Hindi the word is ‘kaato’.

Kusa (Japanese) : In Japanese Kusa means grass. In Sanskrit the words for grass are ‘kusha’ (कुश) or ‘darbha’ (दर्भ) or ‘graasa’ (ग्रास) etc.

Grass (English) : In Sanskrit the word for grass are ‘kusha’ (कुश) or ‘darbha’ (दर्भ) or ‘graasa’ (ग्रास) etc.

Argentina (Argentinian) : In Argentinian language, Argentina means ‘silvery’ (related to silver). The Sanskrit word for this ‘Arjuna‘, which has the meaning of silver.

Syria (Syrian) : In Syrian language, Syria means Sun. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘Surya‘.

Anburoshia (Japanese) : Anburoshia in Japanese means ambrosia. The Sanskrit word is ‘amruta or amrita‘.

Ambrosia (English) : The Sanskrit word for Ambrosia is ‘amruta or amrita’ (Remember the Amrita Mantha / Sagara Manthan).

Wool (English) : The Sanskrit word for the English word wool is urna (ऊर्णा).

Ūru (Japanese) : This means wool in Japanese. The Sanskrit word for wool is urna (ऊर्णा).

kafur (Arabic) : This means camphor in Arabic. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘karpura/ karpur / kapur’.

Camphor (English) : The Sanskrit word for this is ‘karpura/ karpur / kapur’.

Kamparas (Lithuanian) : This means camphor in Lithuanian. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘karpura/ karpur / kapur’.

Camphorae (Latin) : This means camphor in Latin. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘karpura/ karpur / kapur’.

Gramen (Latin) : This means grass in Latin. In Sanskrit the words for grass are ‘kusha’ (कुश) or ‘darbha’ (दर्भ) or ‘graasa’ (ग्रास) etc.

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My dear friends, as said above, all the languages’ words are been taken and originated from Sanskrit itself.

The above examples is minimal. I have done more research on different languages around the world.

For more information you can visit these links:

English words taken from Sanskrit Part 1

English words origin from Sanskrit Part 2

List of Japanese words originated from Sanskrit

List of Arabic words originated from Sanskrit

Sanskrit history, facts, information, greatness, etc.

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