The ancient language of the Hindoos, long since obsolete in vernacular use, but preserved to the present day as the literary and sacred dialect of India. It is nearly allied to the Persian, and to the principal languages of Europe, classical and modern, and by its more perfect preservation of the roots and forms of the primitive language from which they are all descended, is a most important assistance in determining their history and relations. Cf. Prakrit, and Veda.
ancient indian language
language generally believed to be of Indo-Aryan origin. From its origin, the sanskrit has progressively complexified its structure to express most accurate and subtle concepts on philosophy, religion and metaphysics in ancient sacred texts ( Veda, Upanishad, etc.)
Purified, sanctified, the language used in Vedic age.
Indo aryen language which extended over South East Asia, it is originally a scholar language reserved for royal or pincely genealogies, or for the panegyric of the monuments' foundations or the pious donators. It ceased to be scholar language used in India and Cambodia when Theravada Buddhism (which privileges the use of pali) became the main religion, starting from the 14th century. Sanskrit, through its diffusion in all the peninsula, vehicled cults and religions from India (Hinduism and Buddhism).
An ancient literary language of India. Early yoga literature and terms were written in Sanskrit.
classical language of India, used for Mahayana scriptures.
Classical old Indic literary language. Was cultivated in 3rd century B.C. and onward. Is still used by some persons. Also spelled: Sanscrit. Example of Sanscrit - the statement: Om, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti. Shanti means "peace." This exhortation to peace is common in Eastern monasteries. It is comparable to the Latin phrase: Pax Vobiscum - Latin meaning "Peace be with you." Esoterically languages as Sanskrit, Latin and Hebrew have a much different energy and frequency than our more common "today" languages.
The spoken language of ancient India, which belongs to the class of the Indo-European languages. It is used both in Hinduism and in some forms of Buddhism..
The sacred Hindu language developed by the Aryans of the Indus Valley.
The language in which the Vedas and other Hindu sacred texts are written. It is an old Indo-European language like Greek and Latin. .
The language of the Aryan invaders. Linguists see a common origin for Sanskrit, Iranian, and southern European languages. Hence all these languages are called Indo-European
the classical language of India and Hinduism
Sacred language of the Hindu scriptures.
The ancient language of Indian spiritual culture (the vedas) and of the great scriptures that have emanated from it.
The "perfected/purified" language of the ancient Hindu religious scripts.
ancient terms of over 2500 years, considered to be "Language of the Gods"
The classical Old Indic literary language, as cultivated from the 4th century B.C. onward and still used in ritual.
The language of the earliest Buddhist texts.
The traditional language in which the Hindu wedding ceremony is conducted.
the sacred language of India, meaning polished or perfected. A divine language capable of expressing the highest Truth. The language medium used in the Sacred Texts of India.
The Vedas, or India's holy scriptures are written in Sanskrit.
The literary language of ancientIndia. Many sutras and commentaries are written in a form ofSanskrit. Today's Hindi language is a direct descendent.
The classical language of India in which most religious and spiritual literature was composed.
Indian Language and considered to be the root of almost all Indian languages. All ancient Indian texts are in Sanskrit
The ancient sacred language of the Aryans. The sanskrit language possesses voluminous and valuable works in prose and in verse, some of which, like the Vedas, date back, in the opinion of certain scholars, to the year 30,000 BC or even far beyond. Almost every phrase of philosophic thought expressed and studied in the West, is represented in one form or another in ancient Hindu literature. Besides this, these old Sanskrit writings are replete with recondite subjects dealing with the wondrous.
The powerful ancient language of India. Which has been used in scriptures and chanting devotionally for thousands of years.
The ancient language of the Vedas, Vedanta and other scriptures of India.
ancient and sacred language of Hinduism see OM
Ancient language of the Aryan people, who migrated to India from Europe some time between 6000BC-1200BC.
The ancient language of India and the Vedas and the classical literary language of India.
The classical Aryan language of ancient India, systematized by scholars. With the exception of a few ancient translations probably from Pali versions, most of the original texts in Buddhism used in China were Sanskrit.
Learned language of India. Canonical texts of Mahayana Buddhism in its Indian stage were written in Sanskrit.
an ancient Indo-European language and an official language of India.
The ancient language of the Hindus
An ancient Indic language. Sanskrit is the traditional language of Hinduism, as well as the classical literary language of India.
An ancient Indo-European, Indic language; the most important religious and literally language of India. A mystery language of the Brahman.
The classic language of India, which originated around the second millennium BCE. It is part of the Indo-European group of languages and is related to Latin, Persian, and the modern languages of Europe and India, including English. Many of the texts of Mahayana Buddhism were originally written in Sanskrit and later translated into such languages as Chinese, Tibetan, and Japanese. Familiar Sanskrit terms: nirvana, samsara, sunyata, dhyana, and boddhisattva.
A language of ancient India.
Mother tongue of the teachers of our Fifth Race. Called Devanagari (language of the angels) because the original teachings of Senzar were imparted to men directly by the great angelic and planetary Lords, who in the Lemurian Race lived on Earth (partly non-physical) with the infant race of humanity.
an ancient language of India, which is usually used only in songs, prayers (slokas), and scriptures. Many composers have composed in Sanskrit
The sacred and classical Indian language. (p. 190)
The Sanskrit language ( , for short ) is a classical language of India, a liturgical language of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and one of the 23 official languages of India.