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PRAKAASH  Identity Verified
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Mar 20, 2010

I think 'Sanskrit' has not been included in extinct languages. It's not extinct, however it's not a mass language. It is understood by a specific class of India, used specifically by hindu priests in ceremonies like marriage, birth etc. You will not find mass no. of people of specific region speaking this language.
However, Sanskrit is the most beautiful and most scientific language, as per my and most of the peoples' opinion. I would love to see the day, when it will be spoken as widely as English and other languages are spoken nowadays. O imaginations....!


 


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