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Waht is the difference between Hindi and Sanskrit?

Asked by T A RAMESH, 13 Aug '07 01:49 pm
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Sanskrit is the mother of all Indo-European languages and also of Hindi. See agrasar is agressor, tripod ( 3 pad), punch (5), new (nav), husband (hust-bund), maanav (man), Om (omen, amen, amin), Alakh --unique among lakhs (Alah) and many more. Dr. RC YashRoy
Answered by Dr. Rakesh Chander Yashroy, 13 Aug '07 03:51 pm

 
  
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Hindi is originated from Sanskrit. One of the basic difference in Hindi and other language has two gender i.e. purling & striling (male, female), but Sanskrit has three, purling, striling & napunsakling
Answered by Prem Prakash, 13 Aug '07 01:58 pm

 
  
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Sanskrit is mother of all Indian Languages.You can find more Sanskrit words in each and every Indian Regional languages. We can say Sanskrit Is a
Library of Hindi.
Answered by AnilKumar Sharma, 13 Aug '07 01:52 pm

 
  
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Hindi starts with H..................And Sanskrit starts with S..............So simple yaar..........hehehe.........!!!!
Answered by Rocky, 13 Aug '07 01:57 pm

 
  
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Hindi is a national languages and Sanskrit is the origin of all Indian languages.
Answered by rabin chakraborty, 13 Aug '07 01:51 pm

 
  
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Sanskrit is the mother of many languages including Hindi. But what a disgrace, we are forgetting the mother. How many of us know sanskrit.
Answered by raj kumar, 13 Aug '07 01:52 pm

 
  
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A lot
Answered by sourabh, 13 Aug '07 01:49 pm

 
  
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A lot
Answered by kalpana, 13 Aug '07 01:49 pm

 
  
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