Our Sanskrit translation team consists of
Sanskrit is a historical Indo-Aryan language. One of the 22 official languages of India is its main claim that it is one of the liturgical languages of Hinduism and Buddhism. Sanskrit has been used for thousands of years for religion, poetry and literature and philosophy, making it one of the oldest written languages in the world. The most famous grammar for classical Sanskrit was written around 500 BC. For South Asia and its languages, it has a similar meaning as Latin and Greek for Europe. With its wealth of forms Sanskrit surpasses even these languages, it is an inflectional language and thus typical of the Indo-European language family, to whose oldest known members it belongs. Although it is one of the official languages of India, its use today is largely limited to religious ceremonies of Hinduism, such as Hindu religious rituals in the form of hymns and mantras. While there are many attempts to revive Sanskrit as a spoken language, it is still used in a limited number of traditional institutions in India. As of 2001, India was home to 14,135 fluent speakers of Sanskrit. Sanskrit can therefore be seen above all as an educational and cultural language.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Ahmedabad (IN), Bangalore (IN), Chennai (IN), Hyderabad (IN), Jaipur (IN), Kolkata (IN), Mumbai (IN), Nagpur (IN), New Delhi (IN), Raipur (IN), Vadodara (IN),