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Sanskrit
संस्कृतम् samidhi madurangi mudalige
Naam ke bole ke dhang [sə̃skɹ̩t̪əm]
Spoken in Greater India
Total speakers 14,135 native speakers in India (2001)[1]
Language family Indo-European
Writing system No native script.[2]
Written in Devanāgarī (de facto), various Brāhmībased scripts, and Latin alphabet
Official status
Official language in Flag of India.svg India, Uttarakhand
one of the 22 scheduled languages of India
Regulated by No official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1 sa
ISO 639-2 san
ISO 639-3 san
Indic script
Ii panna me Indic text hae. Bina rendering support ke aap ke saait irregular vowel positioning aur a lack of conjuncts dekhai. More...
Ek Sanskrit script

Sanskrit ek purana Indian bhasa hai, aur Indo-European language family me ii sab se purana hai. Sanskrit ke jaada kar ke Devanāgarī script me likha jaae hai.

Abhi Sanskrit ke jaada kar ke dharam ke kaamme use karaa jaae hai lekin Hindustani aur Hindu Pakistanislog isme hajaaro saal pahile baat karat rahin. Hindu dharam ke jaada book Sanskrit me lika hai, aur Buddhist dharam (Mahayana school) bhi.

Dui rakam ke Sanskrit hai: Vedic and Classical.

Vedic Sanskrit sab se purana Sanskrit hia, aur iske Northern India, Pakistan, Kashmir, aur Afghanistan me 1500 BC me bola jawat rahaa. Vedas bhi sanscript me likha hai.

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Classical Sanskrit nawaa hae aur dher book isme likha hae.

Hafta ke din[badlo | edit source]

Fiji Hindi Sanskrit
Sombaar soma-vaasara
Mangar mangala-vaasara
Budh budha-vaasara
Bif guru-vaasara
Suk shukra-vaasara
Sanichar shani-vaasara
Etwaar ravi-vaasara

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References[badlo | edit source]

  1. "Comparative speaker's strength of scheduled languages − 1971, 1981, 1991 and 2001". Census of India, 2001. Office of the Registrar and Census Commissioner, India. http://censusindia.gov.in/Census_Data_2001/Census_Data_Online/Language/Statement5.htm. Retrieved 31 December 2009.
  2. Banerji, Suresh (1971). A companion to Sanskrit literature: spanning a period of over three thousand years, containing brief accounts of authors, works, characters, technical terms, geographical names, myths, legends, and twelve appendices. p. 672. ISBN 9788120800632. http://books.google.com/books?id=JkOAEdIsdUs.
  3. Days of the week in Sanskrit