There is no such word as " I " or its remembrance or utterance . There never is anything such as " you " .Read More ➤➤
All these ancient Mathematical works are so beautiful and yet there are no translations available for the public . Only somebody who knows Sanskrit and knows Mathematics in a modern way can appreciate these works ! . . . That is just not acceptable
ASHTADHYAYI , Sanskrit Astadhyayi ( " Eight Chapters " ) , Sanskrit treatise on grammar written in the 6th to 5th century bce by the Indian grammarian Panini . This work set the linguistic standards for Classical Sanskrit .
|| SCIENCE || Sanskrit , the vocabulary of which is derived from root syllables , is ideal for coining new scientific and technological terms .
|| PHILOSOPHY & THEOLOGY || There are so many words one encounters within Sanskrit that convey subtly differing meanings of a concept that admits of only one interpretation when studied with other languages .
This is a map of the wheel-ruts of modern English . Etymologies are not definitions ; they are explanations of what our words meant and how they sounded years ago .
OM! " Silence " is the Language of The Absolute Reality . " Humans " create what SATYA terms " The Language of Relativity " , which does not reflect The Truth of Reality .
|| SSSV 16.1-2 ||
A Language of " Enlightenment " — other than the only one representative of The TRUTH That is The Reality : Silence — will be created , come to exist and flourish .
|| SSSV 3.10 ||
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