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Sanskrit came from Tamil. 40% tamil words are in Sanskrit.
Sanskrit is known as 'Sankatham' in Tamil. Sanskrit is an artifical language and it was coined in Kanji, Tamil Nadu.
Now tell us, how is the Sanskrit the ancient language? The North Indians want to see themselves as light skinned. This is the fate of stupid India.more...
Read SIVAMALA's post in UNARVUKAL.COM below:
1.3 Non-Existsnce of Sanskrit Before 500 BC /bThe prime fact which has been suppressed by the Anglo-Brahmin elite is that Sanskrit did not exist prior to the 6th century BC. This circumstance is evident from the following points :
bVedas - The word `Sanskrit' does not occur anywhere in the Vedas. Not a single verse mentions this word as denoting a language.
Chandasa - The Vedic language was referred to as Chandasa even by Panini himself Chatt., p. 63 , and not as `Sanskrit'.
Buddha - The Buddha was advised to translate his teachings into the learned man's tongue - the `Chandasa' standard Chatt., p. 64 , there is no mention of any `Sanskrit'. The Buddha refused, preferring the Prakrits. There is not even a single reference in any contemporary Buddhist texts to the word `Sanskrit'. This shows that Sanskrit did not even exist at the time of the Buddha and that the people at that period, even the Brahmins themselves, were not aware of themselves as speaking `Sanskrit'; they referred to their language as `Chandasa'.
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