Praakrit Mother Of Sanskrit Language Originated In Ganges Civilization - His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2012
The latest article in ScienceNews.org about a scientific study led by the psychologist Quentin Atkinson of the University of Auckland in New Zealand, suggests that almost 494 languages including several Indian languages such as Sanskrit orginated from the ancient language of the Turkish farmers and a powerful mechanism such as agriculture might have been the vehicle which spread the languages to different parts of the world.
His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda responded to a question relating to this article by saying that the facts discovered by the scientific study may be right, but the interpretation may not be right.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda reiterated, "Mother of all languages Praakrit spread from Ganges civilization towards Europe. There is no doubt that the language spoken by Turkey farmers even now is the mother of Sanskrit. Praakrit is the source and root of all languages including Sanskrit. The language which Turkish farmers are speaking is original Praakrit with some changes. But Praakrit spread from Ganges civilization towards Europe, not from Turkey to Asia. This language started spreading when the agriculture spread from the Ganges civilzation towards Europe.
Moreover, as per the truths revealed in the ancient Vedic Science, the orgin of human civilization itself is the planes between the massive and sacred Indian rivers Ganga and Saraswati. These revelation are not related to my Indian origin, but it is straight truth from the Cosmic Archives ( Akashik Records).
Sanskrit evolved from Praakrit as the language of the elite, philosophers, cultured, sophisticated intellectuals. It was the langauge developed for philosophy and spiritual debates. But the Praakrit was a language for down to earth simple communication by people who could not keep up with the evolution of Sanskrit. With the evolution of Sanskrit, the ancient Ganges civilization dropped the usage of Praakrit.
Even though the Turkey farmers did not keep up with the evolving language called Sanskrit, they deserve the credit for keeping this ancient language Praakrit alive. Praakrit evolved in banks of Saraswati and Ganga, and travelled from the planes of Ganges to different parts of the world."
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