Saturday, October 22, 2016

RamStein in Germany - Ram Sthaan in India

The sounds "th" and "t" are often intermixed.

So are sounds "aa" and "ae" or "ei".

This is part of Linguistics Archeology and conforming with the PIE story.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Immort-al - Amarat

Just realized the word Immortal is connected with the Sanskrit word Amarat.

The uninitiated speakers can confuse the sound "a" with sounds of "i", and "o", and repeat the sound "m"

So amarat becomes i(a)m(m)o(a)r(a)t - and al is added to make it adjective like -ness.

Friday, July 22, 2016

German:Wissen and kennen - Sanskrit: viSheShaN and keNaN

Wissen implies knowing a fact, kennen implies knowing in the sense of being acquainted with and having a working knowledge of; there is also a noun derived from kennen..
Sanskrit viSheShaN means Adjective and meaning attribute of the knowing fact or object. Sanskrit KeNeN mean How or By What Means or Instrumentative.
So both German and Sanskrit have similar words!

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Origin of Matrix

Do you know the root of Matrix goes back to Sanskrit Grammar of Noun/Pronoun/Adjective Declension Matrix and Verb Conjugation?

Matra - is unit of syllables/sounds.
ikS - is overseeing the above.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Widow and Vidhava ; Aggresive - aggrasi ; Stable and Astabal

Widow and Vidhava - vi-dhav-a - one's who has been shaken away or washed away - 'dhav' is root to run away.

Aggressive and Agrassi - aaghra - asi - one who attacks first, or agr-asi - one who takes the lead or competes for being ahead

Stable and Astabal - aa-stabal = towards home and stablity.  Home provide stability from variability of outside -  a refuge.  Home for horses.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Drum and Dumru

Shankar God's Damru and English Drum are same.

The juxtaposition happens because untrained ears would not catch the subtle "ar" sound and hearing middle nasal sounds also becomes challenging.

Usually as one goes from East to West, you would notice people dropping "ar" and "am" or "aN" sounds or mixing it up.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Greek 20 - εἴκοσι (eíkosi - and ekkis of Hindi

In Sanskrit, it is एकविंश ekaviMza - but in Hindi it becomes ekkis.

It looks like some uneducated person mistook "विं" viN (not M) as Ki and made it ekkis.

And this carried to Greek to become eikosi but meant 20.  This can happen if Indians were counting from 1 and Greeks from 0.  Or Greeks were counting steps between numbers.

We know Decimal System developed in India and was introduced to Europe by Fibonacci.

It is one proof that Sanskrit developed before Ancient Greek and Greek was one of the Colonies like other States of India and European Countries. This is also confirmed by all PIE DNA, Archaeology and Linguistics Studies.