Most respected-less learned
Sanskrit language is the most respected language, but less people are trying to learn it..
The way people are getting benifits from Yoga and Ayurveda which are written in sanskrit, people can discover so many other great things like Jyotishya, Vrikshayurveda, etc...
Actually I want to learn Sanskrit! But definitely not for Jyotishya or anything like that!!!!! Just for the language.. it's supposed to be a very beautiful language!
In germany, etc. they r learning vedic maths, and sanskrit.
Yeah.. even in Sidny University people are researching on Vaimanika Shastra which deals with making of 20 different types of Aeroplanes...
@ surya, right, ghar ki murgi,daal barabar.,when it returns from west in western style we will adore it.
Yes Priya, Sanskrit is a Beautiful language... But Jyotishya means not only prediction, it has a wonderful maths, Astronomy etc...
Jyotishya and Vedas and all is just something I'm not into - I didn't mean it as a bad thing. It's definitely not a bad thing!!!! I just meant that it is very beautiful for just it's grammar and stuff, not to mention the content and scripture!
Yes.. as a language also Sanskrit is perfectly beautiful..
Apart from being beautiful, i would call it a perfect language. I ve studied Sanskrit as a subject till 12th Standard , but now i feel really sad for the young uns who are drifting away from this rich language and ultimately from the rich culture of BHARAT
in sanskrit student can get 100% marks,in boards. but not in hindi,.
Very true Pramod ji. may be that was a reason why i opted for Sanskrit in class 6th only, but later on i realized that its a flawless language. The best part of it was the Shloks which i think are equally relevant today even after centuries. I still recall many of them, not all, at times and feel proud to have learned a li'l bit of this beautiful language
I studied Sanskrit for five years at school and I was good at it. I feel it has given me a better understanding of the world around me in general and of Indo-European languages in particular.
However I wonder if there are opportunities and avenues available now for people to learn Sanskrit properly as there are to learn French, German etc.
yeah Rohini, Rashtriya Sanskrit Samsthan is conducting classes all over the India. You can join somewhere near by..
Is the institute recognised /accredited? Over two years ago, my Spanish teacher wanted to learn Sanskrit but found no institute except the varsity good enough.
In germany teacher teaching sanskrit said, by knowledge of sanskrit,it's easy to learn any language in the world
Well, ofcourse a lot of German itself has its roots in Sanskrit; almost as much as it has in Latin or any other European language.
hmm interesting .. will give it a thought when I am free ...
So i guess.. sanskrit hasn't lost its importance! And it never will :D
due to cheating pundits etc. it did receive a set back, but it is the oldest and most perfect grammatically.the most decorated language.
But we can't leave anything because of cheaters.. right???
We are at a remarkable point in history, when suddenly we are discovering, or rediscovering, the wisdom of the ancient world. Be it the vedas, yoga or sanskrit.
I think if we rediscover our ancient Indian wisdom properly, once again we can top the world..
i have studied sanskrit during my school days its a very beautiful language but these days people are hardly interested in studying it they are more inclined towards western side learning..as it is rightly said that the grass on the other side always look more green.
Yeah.. But one or the other day thy are going to come back to Sanskrit only..
Actually many people already are interested! Unfortunately, there aren't many places to learn; other than school!
That's true.. But now a days there are some universities which are offering sanskrit courses..
every tihng dat is beautiful need not be appreciated and recognized. beauty in itself is a virtue to be cherished,not dependant on recognition.