Linguistic origins of Sanskrit

The worlds oldest language

Unfortunately the world in general does not have much idea of Origins or nature of Sanskrit. Sanskrit can never ever be dead. It is a natural language for higher beings and you can form thousand words for just one idea you want to communicate. So it is not a normal language in linguistic sense. This is the only language that has almost 100 words for all key concepts human beings can express. Sanskrit is not only a linguistic system, that is unique and has no comparison with any other living language but it is an original source of all acquired knowledge of terrestrial and non-terrestrial sources whose scope is dimensions not known to modern human senses.

Sanskrit is the mother language whose origin is not terrestrial. Prakrit are naturally grown languages who adapt Sanskrit as backbone. We can give a similar example where Latin is the mother tree and all 7 Latin languages are spoken forms whereas Latin is the root. eg. Francais is a Prakrit, same way Catalan and Occitan are - they are Latin spoken in local formats. Sanskrit was a divine culture derived from divine sources by great highly elevated seers who for benefit of Earthian creatures created the basic and essential systems of knowledge whose flow is continual despite so many earth Changes, shifts, migrations, persecutions and rulership by most vile and violent human forms.

Prkrti does not mean primitive. In no sense that is true. Prkrti literally can be translated as Nature. Prakrit means that which is used naturally in context of a linguistic group. Those who considered primitive to Sanskrit or even Tamizh are themselves primitive. Indian scholars are dumb, least original and imitating their European masters voice. Europeans never really understood Indian civilization despite much interest shown by British in their attempt to be scholarly. British were the most rascal bunch of thugs and pirates who had no culture no civilization and they were literally sea faring pirates who stole from other ships of other Europeans. So any of their so called scholars may be good English scholars but not of Sanskrit. I reject most Western nonsense about the ancient history of the world.

““Every one of its vowels and consonants has a particular and inalienable force which exists by the nature of things and not by development or human choice… the basis of Sanskrit is universal and eternal.” ~ Sri Aurobindo

In different time frames, there was a decrease in the ability to comprehend the abstract and subtle knowledge of the Vedas, the Rishis, the "seers", retold and elaborated the same knowledge in the form of stories and mythologies that were more accessible and more easily understood by a larger portion of society. The Vedic literary traditions were always respected and the learned men always passed in on to the next generation but at the same time more layers of knowledge appeared for the sake of making the high and abstract knowledge available to the masses.

At first, for very long periods of time, the various aspect of Vedic knowledge were not written. Like the Veda itself, they were passed from generation to generation in oral traditions. Only when the mental capacity of humanity and the power of memory decreased they were written down - First on palm leaves, and much later, on paper.

Many of the ancient manuscripts were lost, but still thousands and thousands of them were safeguarded and preserved, and can be found in various universities, research institutes and private collections - mostly in various places all over India but even more in the UK, Germany and many other places who collected them out of looters and smugglers or simply stole them from decaying cities.

The complete scope of Sanskrit literature is enormous and can not be easily accounted for, but at least some major fields of knowledge and aspects of literature should be mentioned here. Systems of gaining valid knowledge, as well as expanding and elevating humane consciousness, can be found in numerous works on the 6 "Darshanas" - known as "the 6 systems of India philosophy": Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Sankhya, Yoga, Karma Mimansa and Vedanta.

Almost all modern and ancient sciences from Math and Bio sciences structural knowledge is stored in Vedic literary works. Some give obfuscated idea that it is a verse dedicated to Lord Vishnu or Krishna, in apparent words, but in reality a big treasure of scientific knowledge was hidden in them. Knowledge is permanent and can only be discovered even if it is hidden for some time frames. Humans today are arrogant, living false consumer lives without any touch to nature and thus they are not able to fathom the natural sources of knowledge.

Indians and most other people of the subjugated world usually buy anything that is foreign thinking it must be better and for that matter they are in misery and chains of poverty and slavery for over 1200 years. Nobody can change Human mind that is conditioned and trained to believe that its inferior when in reality in case of Indians they are inheritors of the richest cultural and educational heritage of entire planet of any times.

By Dr Naila Shirazi - - Facebookmore posts

Further reading:
Origins of Sanskrit researcher James Robinson Cooper


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