Sanskrit is the Mother of all languages. About 97% of world languages have been directly or indirectly influenced by this language. (Ref: UNO)
America has a University dedicated to Sanskrit and the NASA too has a department in it to research on Sanskrit manuscripts.
Sanskrit is the best computer friendly language.(Ref: Forbes Magazine July 1987).
There is a report by a NASA scientist that America is creating 6th and 7th generation supercomputers based on Sanskrit language. Project deadline is 2025 for 6th generation and 2034 for 7th generation computer. After this there will be a revolution all over the world to learn Sanskrit.
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The language is rich in most advanced science, contained in their books called Vedas, Upanishads, Shruti, Smriti, Puranas, mahabharata, Ramayana etc. (Ref: Russian State University, NASA etc. NASA possesses 60,000 palm leaf manuscripts, which they are studying.)
Learning of Samskrit improves brain functioning. Students start getting better marks in other subjects like Mathematics, Science etc., which some people find difficult. It enhances the memory power. James Junior School, London, has made Sanskrit compulsory. Students of this school are among the toppers year after year. This has been followed by some schools in Ireland also.
Research has shown that the phonetics of this language has roots in various energy points of the body and reading, speaking or reciting Samskrit stimulates these points and raises the energy levels, whereby resistance against illnesses, relaxation to mind and reduction of stress are achieved.
Sanskrit is the only language, which uses all the nerves of the tongue. By its pronunciation energy points in the body are activated that causes the blood circulation to improve. This, coupled with the enhanced brain functioning and higher energy levels, ensures better health. Blood Pressure, diabetes, cholesterol etc. are controlled. (Ref: American Hindu University after constant study)
There are reports that Russians, Germans and Americans are actively doing research on our sacred books and are producing them back to the world in their name. Seventeen countries around the world have a University or two to study Sanskrit to gain technological advantages.
Surprisingly, it is not just a language. Sanskrit is the primordial conduit between Human Thought and the Soul; Physics and Metaphysics; Subtle and Gross; Culture and Art; Nature and its Author; Created and the Creator.
Aren’t these facts enough for us to think of learning Sanskrit?