Sanskrit Language Translation

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About Sanskrit Language

Sanskrit is a historical Indo-Aryan language, and is also the liturgical languages of Hinduism and Buddhism. The language is listed among the 22 official languages in India, and is a Classical Language of India, at par with Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. Sanskrit language also has got the status of ceremonial language with religious rituals seen in the form of hymns and mantras.

The Sanskrit literature has multiplicity of use, as the language has a touch of poetry, drama, science, technology and philosophy. Vedic Sanskrit is the pre-classical form of Sanskrit, with Rig-Veda being the oldest form of any Indo-Iranian language, historically dating back to 1500 BCE. Indo-Iranian language also includes, English and many of the European languages.

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About Sanskrit Language

संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam



Country Where Spoken

India, Nepal

Official Language of


Total Speakers


Language Family

Indo-Aryan, Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Sanskrit.

Writing Style

Devanagari, Brahmi