Sanskrit Facts – Interesting Facts About Sanskrit
- Sanskrit can be considered the mother of languages.
- The official language of Uttarakhand is also Sanskrit.
- Sanskrit was the national language of India before the intervention of the Islamic invasion.
- As per NASA, the clearest language spoken on earth is Sanskrit.
- Sanskrit has more words than any other language in the world. Currently 102 billion 78 crores 50 lakh words in Sanskrit dictionary.
- Sanskrit is a wonderful treasure for any subject. As the word ‘elephant’ has more than 100 words in Sanskrit.
- NASA has 60,000 manuals written in Sanskrit in manuscripts. NASA is researching them.
- In July 1987, Sanskrit was considered the “best language” for computer software development – Forbes Magazine
- Compared to any other language in Sanskrit, the sentence ends in fewer words.
- The only language in the world is Sanskrit, which is used to speak all the muscles of the tongue.
- According to the American Hindu University, a person who speaks Sanskrit will be free from BP, diabetes, cholesterol, etc. Speaking in Sanskrit keeps the neurology of the human body is always active; a person’s body becomes active with a positive feeling.
- Sanskrit ′Speech Therapy′ is also helpful in improving concentration.
- The people of Muttur village in Karnataka speak only Sanskrit.
- The ‘Sudharma’, the first daily newspaper in Sanskrit, Started in 1970 whose Online version still available today.
- There is a great need for Sanskrit teachers in Germany. Sanskrit is taught in 14 German universities.
- According to NASA scientists, when a message was sent to astronauts in English, the message turned upside down as the words moved; thus the meaning of the message was changed; they used multiple languages, but each time the same problem comes up; finally, they sent the message in Sanskrit because the meaning does not change even if the Sanskrit words are turned.
- You will be surprised to know that the algorithm in Sanskrit is not in English if it is a computer-based method of solving mathematical questions.
- 6th and 7th generation supercomputers developed by NASA scientists, based on the Sanskrit language by 2034.
- Learning Sanskrit sharpens the mind and increases the power of memories. That is why Sanskrit has been made a compulsory subject in many schools in London and Ireland.
- At present Sanskrit is taught in technical education subjects in at least one university from universities in more than 17 countries of the world.
Author: Rtr. PP. Rangeesh
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