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– In the 18th century you start to have significant interaction between the English and the Indians, especially in the East Indian Company. And as part of that, you start to have Western scholars start to really study Sanskrit and the Vedas. And as they do these, it starts to really open up their mind not just to the roots of Sanskrit but also many of the Western languages including English itself. So, this is a quote in 1786 by the English philologist, someone who studies written languages especially from historical sources, Sir William Jones. He wrote, “The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of wonderful structure. More perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more exquisitely refine than either, yet bearing to both of
them a stronger affinity both in the roots of the verbs and in the forms of grammar, than could not possibly have
been produced by accident…” Let me underline that. “…than could not possibly have
been produced by accident.” So he says there’s a lot of commonality between the Sanskrit and Latin and Greek, and it’s a strong affinity, a strong connectedness that could not have produced by accident. So strong indeed, that no philologer could examine all three without believing them to have sprung from some common source.” Let me underline that. “Without believing them to have sprung from some common source which, perhaps no longer exists; there is a similar reason
though not quit so forcible for supposing that both
the Gothic and the Celtic, though blended with a very different idiom had the same origin with the Sanskrit; and the old Persian might be
added to the same family.” And so when they started
to study the Vedas and look at the Sanskrit, they started to realize well maybe all of these
languages are connected. And now modern day philologists believe this very strongly
the more they have studied it. Based on the connections and the grammar and even the vocabulary and
the word structure themselves, they now theorize that a parent language of Sanskrit, Latin, and the Germanic languages and the Celtic languages recall a language today
called Proto-Indo–European, which is a lost language. But we think that Sanskrit
is one of the oldest… Is one of the oldest
evidences that we have of that Proto-Indo-European Language. Sanskrit as of course the parent language has evolved in different parts of Indian to languages like Hindi,
Bengali, and Punjabi. Latin, which is also a dead language now, has evolved into languages like Spanish, Italian, and French. And English which is considered a Germanic
language structurally, but has significant influence
from Latin and French, they all come from that same
Proto-Indo-European root. And just to get an appreciation for why these philologist believe this, and this is something when I first saw it, really blew my mind a little bit. I’ll show you some connections
between Sanskrit words, and those of you who might be Hindi, Bengali or Punjabi speakers, or any of these North
Indian languages in India, will see the connection to Sanskrit. But what’s amazing is how these words are connected to Latin and many of the languages
derived from Latin. Some of your Persian speakers might recognize some, some commonalities and, most importantly, the language that we
are speaking right now, how to relate it to English. And here is just a sample
of some Sanskrit words that have an eerie resemblance to both English and in
some cases Latin words. Or many cases Latin words. I’ve just given Latin in a few of them. So the Sanskrit matr, well in English we have mother and in Latin we have mater. And we also from Latin
in English via Latin, we have words like maternity and maternal all referring to the
same idea of motherhood. And this general trend, this t sound, matr or mater becoming of more of a tha sound in English and the Germanic languages is a trend you’ll see over and over again. In Sanskrit you have pithr, in Latin you have pater, and by way of Latin in modern English we have words like paternity and paternal. But going through the Germanic languages you have once again that tha sound becoming more of a tha sound. And you also see this
pattern as you go from this Proto-Indo-European, this theoretical language, and especially if you think
about relative to Sanskrit, that you have the sound going from a pa to a fa as you go to
the Germanic languages. So pithr becomes, you
could say it father. And other words. Na in Sanskrit…and those of you who speak Hindi or Bengali would
recognize that of course, and in English it is no. Gau which is still, it’s a Hindi word for cow, in English it’s cow. Gau , cow. Naama,name. In Latin nomen. Dwar, door. This one I thought was really interesting. I didn’t know this until I started looking it up a little bit. Anamika is Sanskrit,
and it means anonymous. Kaal, which is referring
to time in Sanskrit and in modern Sanskrit drive languages like Hindi and Bengali it’s referring to references in time; tomorrow, yesterday. And in English you have calendar. Naas and in something like, in modern languages in the
sub-continent and you have naas, and in English you have nose. Loc in…in English you have the prefix loc, as in location or locate. And then this is of
course a very nice one, Sanskrit lubh, which means desire, well in English we have the word love. And this is just a sample, I encourage you to look it up more, you’ll be amazed by the connections between Sanskrit and English. And now I’m going to show you what I think is one of the coolest, because it isn’t just a
linguistic connection, but it is also a, I guess you could say
spiritual connection. And this is the names for the sky god from
several different traditions So in the Vedas they
make reference to a god, Dyauspithr, and it’s
literally referring to Dyaus, referring to sky. And we already talked about Pithr been the word for father. So it’s referring to
this idea of sky father. And some of you might be
getting goosebumps now when you see where this is going. Well, in Greek we have
a very similar word, instead of Dyaus we have Zeus and those are very similar words. The spelling might be different, but with the way it
comes out of your mouth is very similar. Dyaus, Dyaus, Zeus, instead of Pithr you have Pater, once again you have sky, you have sky father, sky father right over here. And this is another connection that blew my mind. It wasn’t obvious when I first saw it, but Jupiter from Latin, the Roman god, you could use Jupiter. This is once again instead
of Zeus you have Dyau, instead of Pater you have Pitr. So, instead of Dyauspitr you have Jupiter. Dyauspitr, Jupiter. These are very very similar words even though the spelling seems different, the way it comes out of your mouth is very very very very very close. And this is further
evidence for the closeness between Sanskrit, between Greek, and between Latin. So once again, we have sky father. And this of course an image of… well it’s hard to tell whether
that’s Jupiter or Zeus. I believe that is a picture of Jupiter. And what’s also interesting is, the Vedas sight Dyauspitr as the father of Indra. Who’s considered the King of the gods. One of the most significant, if not the most significant
god in Hinduism. And Indra is now in, especially in the Vedas, and this is the most spoken
about god in the Vedas, Has many of the of the qualities that we now in Greek and Roman traditions associate with Zeus and Jupiter. Indra is a sky god, throws bolts of lightning. Actually eerie similarity
with the Nordic god of Thor. Where Nordic people were
also Indo-European people. Where Indra he throws a hammer and he defeats these monsters. And all of these things,
very similar to Thor. So hopefully these… You know when I first learn this, it just kind of made me realize
how connected the world is, and it started to make me
start to look for patterns where I hadn’t seen them before. And it really shows
how these civilizations that seemed very unconnected might have, and probably we do believe emerged and (mumbles) emerged from the same place. Modern philologists and historian believe that this Proto-Indo-European might have been spoken by
people in the Caucuses. The word Caucasian is referring
really to these people from that Caucuses area there, but we don’t know for sure. And we believe that they migrated out. And so when we talk
about the Germanic tribes going into Northern Europe. The Celtic tribes going into, I guess you could say
North South Central Europe. You could talk about the Italic, the Latin tribes, you could talk about the Greek tribes, and you could also talk about the In… you could also talk
about Indo-Aryan tribes which eventually would settle into Persia and into Northern India. These we believe are all connected.

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  1. bad examples. some of those "english" words aren't truly english but borrowed. Also the similarity between Zeus and Dyaus becomes more apparent if you take into account how it was pronounced in classical greek or it's other cases(genitive Diós , Dative Dií , accusative Día )
    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CE%96%CE%B5%CF%8D%CF%82#Ancient_Greek

  2. Sankrith is the Richest language which will eventually flourish in coming decades ,Thats why people in many countries and universities are learning it.

  3. Englisch has lot of Tamil words ok. Vanakam becomes Welcome and in18 th century
    The Britisch invaded India and looted Sanskrit and rearrange it now it’s new age .
    That the Türe version not you’re s you making it Westren .
    Sanskrit was looted .

  4. SANSKRIT is the mother of all languages. But who wrote and divised SANSKRIT, it's INDIANS. We have VEDIK TEXTS, PANCHANGAM(Astronomical Calender) and PURANAS in SANSKRIT. we have a town, which still speaks modified SANSKRIT. Yours proto-indo Lang. Is just a propaganda theory as u said. The people from Bharatha Kandam, migrated to other parts of the world with SANSKRIT and got modified accordingly. YOU can find many emotional, basic, important words in many languages, which resembles SANSKRIT or look Indian. The phonetic style version of SANSKRIT is adopted by Indian languages but not European or other languages bcos they were barbaric and knowledge lost in transition and migration.We have a very ancient lipi (style) of sanskrit, we do not understand. This proves SANSKRIT is the language of the ancient world and the first civilization was in INDIAN sub continent.

  5. Sanskrit gets its roots from the west.In Swedish skrif or skriv means writing such as in runeskrif.In English it is script.San means true thus Sanskrit means the true writing.Sanskrit was taken from the west about 3800 years ago by a man named Krishna.This is according to a ancient oral saga and history kept in a Finnish family.

  6. There is a lot more to it than what has been summarized here. Jones's original dictionary of IE languages will show 1000s of words in 10 to 20 different languages of Europe, India and the Mediterranean region. There are place names which can be seen to be cognates also.
    e.g. station is a word that has a root word Stay with the corresponding sanskrit root Stha. So Sthaan means Station. This explains all the Stan nations :-). Apa Gana Sthaan became AfGaniStan. Similarly, Takshaka Sthaana is morphable as Tasheeka Staan -> TajeekiStan.
    Ashvataka Sthaana is morphable as Ashvaka Sthaana -> Ushvaka Staana -> Uzvake Staan -> Uzbekistaan. Turushka mana Sthaana -> Turukmana Staana -> Turkmenistan. Kashaka Sthaana -> Kazake Staan -> Kazakistan. So essentially from an American perspective they would be AfganStation, TajeekStation, UzbekStation, TurkmenStation, KazakStation.

    Similarly, Gadh is the cognate for Gare in French, – Gard or – Gord or – Grad in Russian, And their derivative Garage in English. So Nizhny NovoGord would be Niche-ni-Nava-Gadh meaning Lower New Gadh i.e. Southern New Gadh, where Gadh denotes a place or mound in Sanskrit/Indian tongues and lower or upper is a function of height/declination of polestar from the location. Chandi-gardh, Juna-Gadh (Old Gare would be its cognate), Raigadh etc. are all places in India. Also, NovoSibirisk would be Nava Sivira meaning New Camp. So as people migrated north they seem to have settled in places and given them names that morphed in time and marked their progress as going upward (with the position/declination of the pole star in the sky). Besides, there are the – Pols or the – Palas. Su-astu Pala (Good be (to all)) would morph as Swasti Pala – > Svesta-Pol – > SebastaPol. Parasa-Pala – > PersePolis (Parasa is the word for Iran in Sanskrit). Iran itself is cognate with Aryan. Tri-Pala would be cognate with Tripoli. Also the word – berg or – varga (meaning a Row in Sanskrit – possibly a row of buildings- like Seville Row) so Yekaterinburg would be Eka-Truna-Varga in Sanskrit meaning (One Leaf Row)(someone must have seen a beautiful row of similar trees :)). Then all the – dr.ga words meaning fort. Also Kot in pashto/ kashmiri or such meaning Kota in Sanskrit for Fort.

    There are many other instances of such cognates. It is interesting that Persian is pretty close to Sanskrit and when I tell people that Namas-te and Namaaz have the same root word Namas' meaning 'to bow' people start wondering; but it is undeniable. Another is the use of the word 'Ast' in Farsi meaning so be it or as 'is', which is exactly the word 'Asti' in Sanskrit. 'Astu' means 'So be it' while Asti means 'is' in Sanskrit. One most interesting construct is the visarga ':' in Sanskrit. So a masculine word or name in Sanksrit would be say, Krishn: (Krishnah – the dark colored one) while a feminine word or name would be Krishnaa. This is virtually the same in Russian where the ':' or '-ah' morphed to an '-ov' or an '-off' as in Krishn-ov or Krishn-off while in Polish it would become Krishnov-ski and a feminine form would be Krishnova. Interestingly, a farsi (parsi in Sanskr.t) equivalent would be Krishn-eh. So the farsi names ending in – eh, my conjecture is that, they are all the morphs of the Visarga use of Avestan/Sanskrit. I will conclude monologue or soliloquy with some common cognates but there are many more conjectures that can be discussed. Before that – here is a disclaimer – I am not a linguist and choose not to pretend like many would do, coming up with more than many nonsensical theories and laws. This is purely my understanding of languages and words and figments of my imagination for my own entertainment. So please do not be hurt by extracting any sentiments or critical meanings or conclusions.

    Vyava-haar = Byav har = Be hav har = Behavior
    nava – new – novel
    Naav – gat (meaning boat – motion) – Navi-gate
    Naava (boat) = Navy
    Gat (meaning to Go)
    Rasa = Resin
    Kl.pta (meaning extreme brevity almost secretive) – Crypt
    Agni (meaning fire) – Igni – Ignition.
    Danu-aap => Danu aab (aab – water/river in Farsi) = Danube
    Pourati = to Pour
    Ahum = A hum = I um = I am
    Vayum = Va- um = We
    Tvam = Tva – um = Thou (actually Tu + Um)

    Youyum = You um = you.
    Sah = H = He
    Saa = shee = she
    Me' = Me
    Asmaan = Us-maan = Us
    Thae = They
    Tat = That
    Bhratr. = Brother
    Duhita = Daught-er
    Duhit-ri -> Daught-er
    shon. = Son
    Antar- = Inter-
    Antar-aal = Inter-val
    Aryaman (noble person) = Armeen (farsi) = Herman (Spanish) : Armenia: Y/Jerman : German
    Man-av = Man
    Aap: (water) – Aab (farsi) – Ob (a russian river)
    Shatam – Centum (meaning hundered) ( one of those linguistic laws)
    In fact, my conjecture is that looking at words like Kalinga, Trilinga, I believe the word -linga in Sanskr,t would have had 'language' as one of its meanings rather than the more commonly understood meaning of 'gender'.

    Aatma – Aa tam = Atom (that which is indivisible – the soul) => Adam (one who has a soul) => Aadmi.
    Shira-Dhaari- (head man – one holding all responsibility – Chieftain) = Zar-daari
    Shamana => Zamaana => Zameen
    Shoura = Zara = Zoro = Hero
    Siva = Seuss = Zeus
    Maha = Mega (menaing Big or Great)
    Khila = Kilo (meaning that which remains)
    bhara = bore (to bear)
    Arjuna (meaning Silver) = Arjentine (Argentine)
    Daana = Dona-te
    Naabha = Navel
    Naarinja = Norange = Orange
    marta (as related to death) = mort as in mortal or mortify
    Mantra-na = Mentor-ing
    Mantri = Mentor = Minister
    Tantra = tantrum
    maatra = metre (as in measure or measure of time)
    da-daa-ti = de-di-cate (to give).

    OK. Enough for today. Best to all. Dont take this too seriously. Go get a dictionary of Etymology and read. BTB PIE is a theoretical language that would never have existed so please take that with a pinch of salt. Languages grew with a very small seed and borrowed and invented many words and intermixed many times to assimilate new words like the more recent ones in English like Catamaran (from tamil Katta-maran), Shampoo (sampige or something), bazaar or bungalow, Serendipity (from Seren deep – meaning Ceylon / SriLanka) and Juggernaut from Jagannatha (the heavy stone chariot of Jagannatha pulled by devotees). Enjoy. Copyright (C) 2017 S. Yadavalli. Provided free to all to share.

  7. All spoken languages on the planet including Sanskrit come from 1 root alphabet.29 sounds which 9 are clear and the other 20 are combination sounds.English has 28 of these sounds thus the world map with all its many different sounds in their languages can be printed in English.Also the western writing system for the letters and numbers are staff and half circle.Sometimes they show them very different today.

  8. lol english word meaning pronounsnation also come from various language like hindi tamil urdu chinease telgu gujrati .first of all its not sanskrit you cant write sanskrit in english word and any one can do it in any language so please dont play thease type of game. i am a hindi and hinduism is not the relision because hinduism just a way of life and hindu never said american is a relision or african is a relision then why you said it. and the word language him self not present in other language and what happend if they change the meaning of word in other language

  9. Sanskrit was the oldest language……… and everyone knows that it came from india………..first change ur tile…………and dare never call a sanskrit as a westerner language

  10. Sanskrit is referred to as mother of all languages because Linguistics/Grammar arose from it, earlier than any other language.

  11. Just…WOW!! I’m one of those people who looks for connections and this BLEW ME AWAY!! I know nothing of the “Vehda’s”.( forgive my spelling…). I know how I’m going to spend my time on your channel now!!

  12. This indo-aryan migration theory is racist to its core. "German indologists arbitrarily identified "layers" in the Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita with the objective of fueling European anti-Semitism via the Indo-Aryan migration theory" as cited by Oxford university Press. Henrich Himmler was a noted "indologist". This political misinterpretation of Sanskrit texts for Germany's own nefarious designs fueled Europe's identity in modern times. And this racist theory still wreaks havoc in India politically, economically, religiously because Germany is the most powerful European nation and will not own up to this side of their history. This they wont teach in any textbook, conferences, seminars or fancy university charities.

  13. Indra and Thor cannot be compared
    Indra was also the rain god and god who was most invoked by agriculturists. His weapon was the thunderbolt/indradanush
    And the veda only talks of one god called the brahman and there is very lityle mention of Indra in the Vedas

  14. Zeus = ΖΕΥΣ. (This was pronounced ZEUS with U as in OO, in ancient Greek.) Genitive ΔΙΟΣ. Cognate to ΘΕΟΣ. (Funny fact, but rather fortuitous: Teotl, in Nahuatl, means god (tl is an ending), whence Teotihuacan, the place of gods.)

    As for the dude who made this video, there are several inaccuracies. For example, Italic is pronounced ɪtælɪk, as in India, but you said aɪtælɪk, as in iron. That's wrong.

  15. Though vedio is well and provides a good sum of connections,,Brihaspati is not the father but the spiritual master of Indra , his father is Kashyap muni , , , the regions of demigods are in higher planetary systems , not exactly on earthly planets …………. Sanskrit is not a dead language as the devotion or vedic culture is still pervading through out the world , it is thought in premeir institutions of India like IIT's ,,, many villages in India Sanskrit is stil a common mother tongue and language in use .

  16. @khanacademy Just like you I've been reading and understanding the similarities between people from various places and their cultures, so that I can make people understand that all of us are rooted to the same tree and there is no reason to fight because of the differences. That's what I love about Hinduism, for that it is so inclusive and accepting of other faiths and does not consider any faith to be wrong or false. I'd really like to have a mentor for understanding these similarities and differences, please share your opinion on it.

  17. As a Latin scholar, I must correct you. Latin is not a dead language in the same sense as Sanskrit. Latin is still taught and read throughout the Western world, and with very good reason.

  18. Proto indo European language is a bogus theory put by the racists white people to discard Sanskrit as the mother of all indo European languages.

  19. Just to give a minor correction: Thor is believed to be descended from an indo-european god whose name translated as 'striker', who also became Vulcan and Hephaestus in Roman and Greek mythology, respectively. He obviously took on a lot of characteristics of the 'sky father' somehow, but he's believed to be descended primarily from 'the striker'. Also, it should be noted that the Romans and Greeks were influenced by Middle Eastern pantheons which were unrelated and who had a storm god as their 'kind of the gods', resulting in the Roman and Greek character of Juptier/Zeus gaining a stronger association with storms than what you normally see in indo-european religions. Its believed the 'sky father' was just the god of the day time sky. Jupiter was more like this in fact. He was associated with lightning that occured during the day, but he was primarily seen as the god of the day-time sky. Romans even referred to the sun as 'the eye of Jupiter'.

  20. Sanskrit is originally from Vinca culture (that's part of Serbia, on Danube river).

    Wake up world. Read more!

  21. A word Indo-European language was invented in 19ith century by Austro-Hungarians to try to hide a real truth about the mother language. In Vinca culture, you have everything. Google it. First literacy, words, symbols, etc. Modern Serbian language use 95% of the letters from Vinca. It can seems like this is not connected….but…Read books of Jovan Deretic to find out more. Once you get there than you'll connect all dots and finally understand the history of the world…where everything is connected and completely make sense.

    To conclude: Indo-European language is actually today's Serbian language but nobody is teaching you that in school, right?

    Give yourself a chance to wake up. It's about that time so it's better to prepare on time and understand the real truth about ourselves, history, roots, etc.

  22. Indra was never a god. He was the king of a tribe called Devas or suras who fought against Asura tribe all over India and took the control back from them. Devas were a feminist society who worshiped many a dieties. And Asuras were masculine and were devotees of only one formless Brahman called Shiva. Indian history had been highly distorted by foolish and greedy pandits. They turned it into some mumbo zumbo and now world takes it as mere mythology.

  23. Most common word between these two languages is path with common meaning in both languages. in english pronounciation of path is like bath and in sanskrit its pronounciation is like rath

  24. Wow! Great video, Khan! AUM~ Amen. Sanskrit seems to be the Mother of all Languages… Krishna / Christna / Christos / Christ

  25. Dura mater and pia mater, hard mother and soft mother between the two is the arachnid the veil that must be torn.

  26. Khan Bhai.. your knowledge is So poor. .!! Read Right Itihaas of Bharat. Namoh Bharat India 🇮🇳🌹😇

  27. Sanskrit. Is The Mother Language. Becoz after their own philologist Invaded and Steal it… But it is quite okay. Now. But still it's not okay. We Hindus are again Making A n Effortless Effort To Take back Our Sanskritiee… Our Respect is Primary Now…!! Khan Bhai also show how your Arabic alif bait etc are taken from Our Sanskrit and Hindus. Our Derivations and Our Discovery… !! 🌹

  28. Adam- adanari Abraham- brahma sarah- saraswati christ-krishna. 7 seals n churches in revelations equal 7 chakras in upanishads

  29. Many Sanskrit words are of Tamil origin. For example: gau is a Sanskrit word referring to cow but it's root word is ko in Tamil which means cow. Another example is dwar, it's root word is dhwaram which is a Tamil word meaning an opening. So try decoding the words through Tamil, you will come to know the real roots.

  30. Sanskrit language not indo European language! Sanskrit originated from tamil language. Some of the other ideots have no knowledge at all.

  31. It is something like, yarn is from Bharat, cloth is also from Bharat as far as language is cosidered. Their very good tailor has cut this cloth and stitched to suit their physique. if we say the other world who criticize Bharat on daily basis to disrobe this dress and start from new yarn, this world will remain naked for generations to come.

  32. Indra is now theorized to have originated when the Indo-Aryans were still in Central Asia, where they encountered a culture known as BMAC

  33. Saraj ud Din Khan Aarzou (سراج الدین خان آرزو) who was a poet of Urdu language, he was maternal(ماموں) uncle of Mir Taqi(میر تقی میر ) Mir's step brother, he also pointed out the resemblance between Persian and Sanskrit, but his this effort has not been recognized duly by our scholars. Ram Babu Sexena mentioned his work in his book, The History of Urdu Literature.

  34. Im a malaysian and the malay language (and some indonesian and im pretty sure more south east asian languages) actually use a lot of words from sanskrit. This is all very fascinating and just makes me want to know more! In malaysia theres a lot of unseen and subtle discrimination going on between the races, and i think instead of us just learning malay, we should encourage learning the other spoken languages of ethnic groups in the country such as hindi and mandarin. Most malays are unfortunate to have only known two spoken languages like malay and english (and most of the time just malay! How sad!) where as the chinese and indians who are the other ethnic groups in malaysia can speak 3 or more.

  35. It is Sanskrit that put the "Indo-" in the term "Indo-European." The linguistic relationship between Indian/Persian and European people might also be racial. India has Dravidians, who might be considered Caucasians with dark complexions. Or Caucasians might be considered albino Dravidians. Maybe both are simultaneously true. I think it is fun to speculate.

  36. 6:20 When he's explaining that '"Dyuaspitr" means "Sky Father",
    all I can think of is Dan from Game Grumps talking about a Canadian priest who calls god "Sky Daddy"

  37. All the pronunciations are close to Sanskrit because out of Indian subcontinent population could not pronounce/create some of the vak-dhwani. A child when born can understand and learn all the Sanskrit vak-dhwani but is progressively erased when the child does not learn'use the Sanskrit vak-dhwanis all the time which, also results in the change in muscular build of the inner ENT areas that produce the various vak-dhwani (a clear example would be the sound "Dha"). The Proto-Indo-European idea can be revisited using genetic theories, linguistic theories, archeology and paleontology which will clearly destroy the idea that all the above major languages had a common origin but actually all languages were derived from Sanskrit. Indirectly this video content asserts/reasserts the AIT and not Out of India Theory (OIT) showing sheer plagiarism of the Christian dogma of discovery and refusal to cite the original sources and create false premises and propagate the false premises.

  38. luv is ancient name Lord Rama had two son's their name was Luv & kush. Inder's full name is Dev Raj Inder who was in charge of heaven (Savarg) and he'll (Narak)

  39. Good video. But just so you know, your pronounciation of matr and pitr are wrong. It is not pit-ar or mat-ar. Pronounce t and r sound together.

  40. i have always believed that all of the Human kind and all the most developed cultures had a same influence on them they all developed from that same influence… and it's all understandable that they have cultural differences because they developed in certain environment.. for example if you separate a family into three groups and they live totally separated from each other for hundreds of years they all will have different languages, cultures and different believes but at the same time they might also have that same connection as well.

  41. tha mother or proto european languages is greek en proto greek is pelargian .does not exist indo european langueges,

  42. Why not opposite is possible? It might be case that Sanskrit was source of all these European languages? In Veda and Indian philosophy there is mentioning of kumarikandam the landmass in present day Indian Ocean which ultimately collided to Asia and Himalaya was born. There is mentioning of other states like Parsia and Afganistan and remote countries where Rama has owned victory for his Rajsau yangya. In this yangya, a horse is allowed to Rome different countries and who ever challenge King fight with that country. RAMA completed this yangya meaning all kings on planet accepted his superiority.

  43. I'm kurdish, we're aryan indo-europen and i can feel some similarity between kurdish and english, for exmaple :
    No==Na
    Harassing==Harassan
    Brother==Bra
    Name==Naw
    Door==Derga
    Two==Dwo
    Three==Se
    Right==Rast

  44. Let's not forget the Classical Greek pronunciation for Zeus is even closer to Dyaus than in Modern Greek pronunciation. Also, Dyaus is nearly identical to Díos.

  45. If Noah's flood happened about 11,000 years ago
    The sinking of Atlantis …
    Proto Indio anything would be only a 1000, to 3000 years different then the atlantans spoken language…
    And the atlantans are said to be a conquest , war based empire..
    Any mention of sky god is referring to anything Annunaki,
    Zues, and Posidean
    Enki. And Enlil.
    Are the same people,,,
    Sky father would be Anu.
    The father of enki and enlil….
    So now, were there 2 languages on Atlantis??, one for the ruling sky gods, Annunaki, and one for the common slave culture,
    Designed to give the Annunaki the upper hand of control,,,
    AND what are the similarities, and differences between the oldest known Summerian, and
    And proto Indio anything…???

  46. 84) Classical Sanskrit छ्लस्सिचल् षन्स्क्रित्,
    84) छ्लस्सिचल् षन्स्क्रित् छ्लस्सिचल् षन्स्क्रित्

    Wहेन् अ जुस्त् बोर्न् बब्य् इस् केप्त् इसोलतेद् wइथोउत् अन्योने
    चोम्मुनिचतिन्ग् wइथ् थे बब्य्, अfतेर् अ fएw दय्स् इत् wइल्ल् स्पेअक्
    अन्द् हुमन् नतुरल् (Pरक्रित्) लन्गुअगे क्नोwन् अस् छ्लस्सिचल् ंअगहि
    ंअगधि/छ्लस्सिचल् छ्हन्दसो लन्गुअगे/ंअगधि Pरक्रित्/छ्लस्सिचल् ःएल Bअस
    (ःएल Lअन्गुअगे)/छ्लस्सिचल् Pअलि wहिच्ह् अरे थे समे. Bउद्ध स्पोके इन्
    ंअगधि. आल्ल् थे 7111 लन्गुअगेस् अन्द् दिअलेच्त्स् अरे ओff स्होओत् ओf
    छ्लस्सिचल् ंअगहि ंअगधि. ःएन्चे अल्ल् ओf थेम् अरे छ्लस्सिचल् इन् नतुरे
    (Pरक्रित्) ओf ःउमन् Bएइन्ग्स्, जुस्त् लिके अल्ल् ओथेर् लिविन्ग्
    स्पेइचेस् हवे थेइर् ओwन् नतुरल् लन्गुअगेस् fओर् चोम्मुनिचतिओन्.

  47. Lithuanian beat all languages like Latin and ancient greek, after all we are the oldest surviving language in world.
    If you look also at numbers:
    1 is Vienas
    2 is Du
    3 is Tris
    4 is Keturi
    5 is Penki (this is acutally the oldest most common word in wolrd)
    English ruffly has 75k words that are Lithuanian words but tought that English is a germanic language.
    Also we have 2 guys (du vyrai) 2 girls (dvi merginos)

  48. Sanskrit is NOT a dead language. We use it on our daily prayers and can learn it in school.
    Also, there is no such migration from the Caucusus, recent DNA analysis shows that it was the Harappan Indians who'd migrated to Iran and the West.

  49. Bhrata- elder Brother
    Annasam – Ananas in English, German, French,Danish,Dutch, Ukranian, Russian, Turkish,etc and ανανάς in greek.
    Many I can't remember for now.

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