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Sanskrit and Ancient Wisdoms… Sanskrit Is an ancient language. In fact, it is thought to be the oldest language on earth and even the mother of all languages. Its roots date back to 7000 BC. Yet, surprisingly, Sanskrit remains a living language now. Really, it is the 2nd official language of Uttarakhand, a region in Northern India, and one of the 22 official languages of India. Ancient Indians believed Sanskrit a celestial language. Current Sanskrit scholars describe it to be incredibly rich and accurate. For instance, it comprises more than 250 words just to describe rain and 67 words for water.Moreover, Dr. Dean Brown a dominant Theoretical Physicist, cosmologist and philosopher, who translated the Upanishads from Sanskrit to English, believes that lots of contemporary European languages are descendent from Sanskrit based on similarities on the words' etymologies. Additionally, Dr. Brown estimates that the Sanskrit words we use today describe mainly the state of consciousness, thinking and mentality of humankind. This is evident since Sanskrit is the language in which have been composed ancient wisdom literatures like the Vedas, and Upanishads. Persons interested in biblical sciences and relevant eastern philosophic literature may very well be familiar with Sanskrit terminologies. Samsara, Chakra and Karma are words commonly utilized in every area of earth, yet they are initially Sanskrit words that mean reincarnation, wheel and activities operating through the law of cause and effect afterwards.Basically, The gist of the Vedic philosophy is about the path that connects the Atman to the Brahman, or Individual to God, the Brahman being the infinite Consciousness and the Atman the internal divine essence within any individual being. If we examine different great philosophers and thinkers throughout history we see that their renowned quotes are relevant to that internal understanding buried within human beings. Really, from Socrates eternal saying of "Man, know thyself and you will know the world and the gods" to Buddha's announcement "Look within: thou art the Buddha". On The flip side, Sanskrit is also the language in which were written the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Such as the Vedas, the Yoga Sutras serve to teach and direct about the Wisdom and laws that reside inside the Heart and Mind of Human beings.Sanskrit and ancient wisdoms have been Both very well living today probably since they both emerged from the Primary fountain of knowledge that never dries.…

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