Our Mother Tongue: 108 Facts about Sanskritby Paramu Kurumathur,Paramu Kurumathur
Outside India, this revival is due to the realization that Sanskrit, as the earliest of the Classical languages, has contributed immensely not only to the other Classical languages, but also to the current languages; and so a study of these languages and of the civilizations in the world will not be complete without a good understanding of Sanskrit.
Some excerpts from my upcoming book "Our Mother Tongue: 108 Facts about Sanskrit" are presented in the episodes of this podcast series.
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