Initially It could be intriguing to know certain actualities about Sanskrit Language that can help us better see how Sanskrit has affected the advancement of social legacy.
- Sanskrit is one of the most seasoned dialects of the world and at the outset it was for the most part exchanged through Oral Tradition. (Vedas and Upanishads were soonest composed in Sanskrit and to be given from Master to pupils for the most part through oral recitations)
- The develop of Sanskrit dialect i.e. (Punctuation, phonetics is entirely logical and it has prompted more noteworthy enthusiasm for the field of semantics (Linguist, for example, Noam Chomsky have recognized Panini as an impact)
- Sanskrit is the mother of dialects of North India as well as the greater part of the European Languages. The nearest dialect to Sanskrit in present day is not Hindi but rather Lithuanian.
Swami Vivekananda has said
“Sanskrit and prestige go together in India. The very sound of Sanskrit words gives a prestige and a power and a strength to the race
As, a part of India's cultural tradition Sanskrit was viewed very highly. It was important to learn Sanskrit to be considered as sophisticated. In spite of the way that Sanskrit was an Oral dialect initially, the original copies in Sanskrit are more (30 million) than Latin and Greek compositions set up together. These plenteous writings in Sanskrit as of now gives a look of lavishness of social legacy of India in the field of writing. UNESCO also considers it and has recognised 'Kutiyattam', a type of theater in Sanskrit as a part of its cultural heritage list.
Sanskrit still keeps on affecting the life of Indians in every day design as the two most epic mythologies Ramayana and Mahabharata were first composed In Sanskrit and a large portion of the Indians are mindful about these writings and it shapes the piece of worth frameworks, convictions and custom of Indian People. For e.g. Diwali and Dussehra which are enormous celebrations in India have their mythologies in Ramayana. Sanskrit has impacted Cultural convention of individuals in India as well as in Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. The rulers of Thailand are called "Rama" from the Hindu god Rama. The official image of Indonesia is Garuda which was the vehicle of Lord Rama for his expedition to Lanka. The temples of Ankor Wat (Largest sanctuary) in Cambodia have Ramayana and Mahabharata sacred texts.
Sanskrit is still alive dialect in states, for example in Kerala where Sanskrit is a part of curriculum in schools and also theater is performed in Sanskrit Language. In Uttarakhand Sanskrit is given the status of second dialect. Numerous western nations, for example, Germany and USA have built up establishments to concentrate on Sanskrit as it being logical and most seasoned of learning is in Sanskrit Manuscripts. So Sanskrit keeps on highlighting Indian custom and social legacy.