Latin is also derived from Sanskrit

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Even in this planet, the Latin is also derived from Sanskrit. Just like the “maternal,” the matr-sabda, “paternal,” pitr-sabda. So dhimata. So here the writer is Vyasadeva. So every word is selected, either in Bhagavad-gita or in Srimad-Bhagavatam or the Puranas, all writings of…, Mahabharata, each and every word is used just like weighing in the balance. So many words should be in the beginning, so many words should be in the end. And not whimsically. That cannot be allowed. That is called samskrta sahitya, literary… Just like Caitanya Mahaprabhu when he was hearing Kesava Kasmiri, as soon as there was little discrepancy, bhavani-bharta, immediately he criticized and defeated him. Sanskrit language is so nice.
Bhagavad-gita 1.2-3 — London, July 9, 1973

 

 

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