Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Divine - divya Navigation - navik

Friday, January 12, 2018

Thirst - tRSita

tRSitah has Cerberal Sibiliant Vowel R and means "thirsty".

We see loss of Cereberal and conversion to Dental "t" and semivowel "r".

Then there is aspiration of "t".

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Comb - kaNg

Comb is Sanskrit kaNg.

The guttural nasal became labial nasal in english.

"C" has many sounds and one sound is guttural "k".

"a" became "au" or "o", a very common mistake done by even Indians like Bengalis.

Guttural "g" became labial "b".

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Bath - baaD

Both mean the same.

Stump - स्तम्


Stump means:

Stump (cricket), one of three small wooden posts which the fielding team attempt to hit with the ball,

A rare tumour of the uterine smooth muscle or prostatic stroma,

Stump (drawing), an artists' drawing tool made of rolled paper
Tree stump, the rooted remains of a felled tree, and

The remains of a limb after amputation.


Basically it means to "disturb" something from its normal position.


स्तम, to disturb.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Song - Sangeet

Sangeet is Music and made of two words, "sam" and "giit" .

Yet another pointer that the English people picked up the "sang"
 sound for a part of music which is singing,

Here "sam(a)" means Sum All or Totally,

Another "sama" is English "same".

Saturday, December 23, 2017

English Words Encoded With Sanskrit Wisdom

The Sanskrit word for Birds is "vI" or "vii". The shape of wings in birds is "v". The aerodynamic principle is encoded in "v" shape.

The English word "have" indicates a gratified want. In Sanskrit "havan" is the sacrificial incitatiins and callings, albeit prayers, for gratifying our needs.