sureesh

Who were the people who spoke Sanskrit as their vernacular . if not the Hindus ?

"Concerning when i know the Hindus speak Hindi and that is based on Sanskrit,

Who chatted Sanskrit ?

The Aryans ? Or even some other Indo/ Iranic or Indo- European folks ?"

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sajna

Sanskrit is a member of the Indo-Iranian sub-family of the Indo-European family of languages. Its closest ancient relatives are the Iranian languages Old Persian and Avestan.

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sonu-kap

According to Thomas Radius. Trautmann, after the 18th-one hundred year wave associated with "Indomania", one.e. passion with regard to Native american way of life for Sanskrit, equally exemplified inside placements involving Orientalist college students for example Friend Bill Jones, a particular aggression in order to Sanskrit and Indian native culture generally began to affirm itself in great britan in early 19th century.

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