What are Sanskrit language unknown facts (origin, importance)

What are Sanskrit language unknown facts (origin, importance) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Sanskrit word is originally pronounced as Samskruta (संस्कृत / ಸಂಸ್ಕೃತ / samskr̥ta). But due to language and pronunciation difference, people have started to pronounce it as Sanskrit. Sanskrit is the oldest language on earth. Sanskrit is as old as this universe and earth itself. Sanskrit is existing on this earth since the 'aadi kalam', that is, from grand unknown time. Similarly, Sanskrit will stay on this earth until the 'ananta kalam', that is, grand infinite period. All the great and divine Hindu (Sanatana Dharma) scriptures like Vedas, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Puranas, etc. all are written in this language itself. List of Sanskrit language unknown facts are as given below: Sanskrit is pronounced as Samskruta (संस्कृत / ಸಂಸ್ಕೃತ / samskr̥ta) Sanskrit is the oldest language on earth Sanskrit is existing since the aadi kalam Sanskrit will exist until the ananta kalam Hindu scriptures are written in Sanskrit itself Even God...
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List of subjects (educational) names in Sanskrit

List of subjects (educational) names in Sanskrit Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Just before moving further to know about "List of subjects names in Sanskrit", let us have a brief about the Sanskrit language. Sanskrit is the oldest and original language on earth. This language is existing since unknown age and time. No human is aware of it's origin. Sanskrit is called as 'deva bhasha', 'devanagari' etc. as this is the language which also spoken in the higher planets like Swarga Loka, Satya Loka, Vaikuntha Loka, etc. Same language is spoken in lower planets like 'atala', 'vitala', 'patala', etc. Using this language itself all the divine Hindu scriptures like Mahabharata, Vedas, Ramayana, Puranas, Upanishads, etc. have been created. Now, let us look at the different subjects names in Sanskrit. List of subjects names in Sanskrit are as given below: गणित / gaṇita : Mathematics अंकगणित / aṅkagaṇita : Arithmetic (Mathematics) बीजगणित / bījagaṇita : Algebra (Mathematics) रेखागणित / क्षेत्रगणित /...
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List of Sanskrit words related to sex with meaning

List of Sanskrit words related to sex with meaning Blessings of Sri Kama Deva (Manmatha) and Sri Rati Devi to you, without whom no one can exist on this earth. Sanskrit is the most broad and wide bhasha (divine language) on earth. Without Sanskrit, no other language of the world can exist. From East to West and from North to South of the globe, all use Sanskrit bhasha (divine language) itself, but with different pronunciation. Only pronunciation difference exists and not the words. Sanskrit is the most holiest and open minded bhasha (divine language) on earth and it's the language of puranic Vedas including Kamasutra. Sanskrit is the bhasha (divine language) which is spoken in the upper planets like Svarga Loka, Brahma Loka, Vaikuntha Loka too. Now, let us know a long "List of Sanskrit words related to sex": त्वां कामयामि (tvām kāmayāmi) : This means, "I love you". सम्भोग (sambhōga) : This is the unique word used in Sanskrit. Here Sambhoga = Sam + Bhoga = Together...
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List of Hindu (Sanskrit) number system

List of Hindu (Sanskrit) number system

List of Hindu (Sanskrit) number system Sanskrit is the oldest bhasha / language of the world and is existing since the unknown time. Hindu (Sanskrit) number system is the oldest and most accurate numbering system on planet. Many say that India has given only 'zero (0)' to the world. But the fact is, all the numbers starting from - infinity to + infinity numbering system is given by India (Hindu / Sanatana Dharma / Sanskrit) itself. Let's understand how the numbering system is designed by our Hindu ancestors: List of Hindu (Sanskrit) number system are as given below: eka (एक) - 1 dvi (द्वि) - 2 trINi (त्रीणि) - 3 catvAraH / catur (चत्वारः / चतुर्) - 4 paJca / panchaha (पञ्च / पंचः) - 5 SaT (षट्) - 6 sapta (सप्त) - 7 aSTa (अष्ट) - 8 navami (नवमी) - 9 dasha (दश) - 10 ekAdaza (एकादश) - 11 dvAdaza (द्वादश) - 12 trayodaza (त्रयोदश) - 13 caturdaza (चतुर्दश) - 14 paJcadaza / pancadaza (पञ्चदश / पंचदश) - 15 SoDaza (षोडश) - 16 saptadaza (सप्तदश) - 17 aSTadaza (अष्टदश) - 18 navadaza (नवदश) -...
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List of computer related words in Sanskrit with meaning

List of computer related words in Sanskrit with meaning

List of computer related words in Sanskrit with meaning Sanskrit is an amazing and divine bhasha / language. Sanskrit is the oldest bhasha / language of the unlimited universes. This language is spoken in upper planets like Vaikuntha, Brahma Loka, Swarga Loka, etc. Sanskrit has it's own unlimited number of words. Also this language can adjust to any of the world's language giving more than accurate meaning to any word of any language on earth. Now, let us learn few of the Sanskrit terms which has direct relationship with the Computer: 1. antarjAla (अन्तर्जाल) = Internet 2. aGkIya (अङ्कीय) = Digital 3. tantrajJAna (तन्त्रज्ञान) = Technology 4. sutantra (सुतन्त्र) = Information Technology (related to computers) 5. tantrAMza (तन्त्रांश) = Software (related to computers) 6. yantrAMza (यन्त्रांश) = Hardware (related to electronic items) 7. saGgaNaka (सङ्गणक) or saGgaNakayantra (सङ्गणकयन्त्र) or simply gaNaka yantra गणक यन्त्र = Computer 8. अन्यतर (anyatara) = OR [computer] 9. प्राङ्का (prAGkA) = Mb [computer] 10. प्रति (prati) = Cc [computer] 11. प्रयुताङ्का (prayutAGkA) = Mb [computer] 12. सहाङ्क (sahAGka) = Kb [computer] 13. प्राष्टकान् (prASTakAn) = MB [computer] 14. सहाष्टक (sahASTaka) = KB [computer] 15. सहाष्टम् (sahASTam) = KB [computer] 16. प्रयुताष्टकानि (prayutASTakAni) = MB [computer] 17. कुञ्जिका (kuJjikA) =...
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List of technology related Sanskrit  words with meaning

List of technology related Sanskrit words with meaning

List of technology related Sanskrit words with meaning Sanskrit is the oldest bhasha / language of the world. Sanskrit is the mother of all the languages around the world. All the world's languages are either directly or indirectly originated from Sanskrit bhasha / language itself. It is called as 'Devanagari' bhasha / language, as the same language is spoken in the higher planets like Svarga Loka, Brahma Loka and upto Vaikuntha Loka. Let us now know few of the 'Beautiful Sanskrit words with meaning': 1. aham (अहम्) = I am 2. dUradarzana (दूरदर्शन) = Television (TV) 3. AhAra (आहार) = Food 4. AkAzavANI (आकाशवाणी) = Radio 5. adhyApaka (अध्यापक) = Teacher 6. vAdya yantra (वाद्य यन्त्र) = Musical Instrument 7. chAtra (छात्र) = Student 8. dUravANI (दूरवाणी) = Phone 9. vidyAbhyAsa (विद्याभ्यास) = Education 10. caradUradhvani (चरदूरध्वनि) = Mobile Phone 11. paThana (पठन) = Studying 12. kalA (कला) = Arts 13. antarjAla (अन्तर्जाल) = Internet 14. aGkIya (अङ्कीय) = Digital 15. tantrajJAna (तन्त्रज्ञान) = Technology 16. sutantra (सुतन्त्र) = Information Technology (related to computers) 17. tantrAMza (तन्त्रांश) = Software (related to computers) 18. yantrAMza (यन्त्रांश) = Hardware (related to electronic items) 19. saGgaNaka (सङ्गणक) or saGgaNakayantra (सङ्गणकयन्त्र) = Computer 20. अन्यतर (anyatara) = OR [computer] 21. प्राङ्का...
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Which are the English words of Sanskrit origin – Part 2

Which are the English words of Sanskrit origin – Part 2

Which are the English words of Sanskrit origin - Part 2 This has been continued from my earlier post because of space constraints. The link of my earlier post is as given below: English words taken from Sanskrit - Part 1 Letter: In sanskrit / samskruta letter means 'lekha'.                     Debt: In sanskrit dept means 'dhAra / dhAr' (read as dhaara / dhaar). In sanskrit dhAra means flowing.                     Family: In sanskrit family means 'parivAram / parivAra / parivAr' (read as parivaaram / parivaara / parivaar). Many times earlier we have seen, wherever 'pa' is used in sanskrit, at the same place 'fa' is been used in English. Prohibit: In sanskrit prohibit means 'pratiSidh' (read as pratishidh). In sanskrit there is another word for prohibit, that is 'nisheda'. Success: In sanskrit success means 'saphalata / saphala / saphal'. Lament: In sanskrit lament means 'lAlapyate / lAlapya' (read as laalapyate / laalapya). Master:...
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What are Relationship names in Sanskrit

What are Relationship names in Sanskrit

What are Relationship names in Sanskrit Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The Sanskrit language is amazing. A language like this is not available in the entire world. This is called the language of Gods. This is because the Bhagavan Himself speaks this language in the heavens. In the Vaikuntha, in the Satya Loka, even in the worlds of the heavens, this great language is spoken. Our Sanskrit language is a unique and wonderful language. Come on let us know what are the names of relationships in Sanskrit. The list is given below: Relations - in English - Relations - in Sanskrit (Hindi and English script) Father - पितरं (वसु) / pitaram  (vasu) Grand father (father’s father) - पितामहं (रूद्र) / pitaamaha (rudra) Great Grand father (Father side) - प्रपितामहं (आदित्य) / prapitaamaha (aaditya) Mother - मातरं (वसु) / maataram (vasu) Grand mother (father’s mother) - पितामहिं (रूद्र) / pitaamahim (rudra) Great Grand father (father side) - प्रपितामहं (आदित्य) / prapitaamahaa (aaditya) Mother’s father...
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English Human body parts names derived from Sanskrit

English Human body parts names derived from Sanskrit

What are the human body parts names of English derived from Sanskrit Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Each and every name and words on this earth is either directly of indirectly taken from Sanskrit / Samskruta. This means, all the words around the world are mispronounced words from the Sanskrit / Samskruta bhasha (language). You may be wondering about this. Let us understand how? For example, many cities in India has changed it's original names because of Europeans came to India and they have changed the names of our cities, as they were not able to pronounce it properly.  For example 'Vishakapattanam' has became 'Vizag', 'Tiruvanantapuram' has become 'Trivandrum', 'Bendakaluru' has became 'Bangalore' & now it is called as 'Bengaluru', 'Odakamandalam' has become 'Ooty', 'Mumbai' had become 'Bombay' etc. Now let us know, how the body parts of the humans which were originally the Sanksrit words has changed into different pronunciation / forms: 1. Brain: Buddhi. Also known as 'bhrAntacitta' (read as branta chitta). 2....
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English Mathematical terms originated from Sanskrit

English Mathematical terms originated from Sanskrit

What are the English Mathematical terms originated from Sanskrit Namaste friends, how are you doing today? I have always been thinking that all the languages around the world are nothing but a part and parcel of the Sanskrit / Samskruta bhasha (language).  I have found out that from the North America to Japan, Africa to China, Middle East to Latin (South) America, in fact all the languages around the world are nothing but Sanskrit / Samskruta bhasha and only difference is that of the pronunciation. For example many of us know that the English words like 'mother' from the Sanskrit word 'mathru', similarly 'brother' came from 'bhrata', again 'father' came from 'pithru' and many many many words are there. Similarly words like 'No', 'Sugar', 'Mouse', 'Owl', 'New' etc came from Sanskrit words 'na', 'sakkara', 'mushaka', 'olluka', 'naveena' etc. Let us understand few of such Mathematical terms which are directly or indirectly taken (means mispronounced words) from the Samskruta / Sanksrit bhasha by the world: 1. Math /...
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