Fact 94 – There was a school of Sanskrit analysis that was based on semantics (including thoughts on NASA’s paper “Knowledge Representation in Sanskrit and Artificial Intelligence”)

Semantics is the study of words, and relationships between them and how we interpret them to derive meanings. Different words, and word and sentence constructions can be interpreted differently by different people depending on the context. The word indraśatru, for example, could be interpreted in two ways – Indra’s killer or he-who-is killed-by Indra. In … Continue reading Fact 94 – There was a school of Sanskrit analysis that was based on semantics (including thoughts on NASA’s paper “Knowledge Representation in Sanskrit and Artificial Intelligence”)

Podcasts on Sanskrit Language

Have started a podcast series with excerpts from my upcoming book - "Our Mother Tongue: 108 facts about Sanskrit". Please visit my podcast website for details. These podcasts have been uploaded and are available on all standard platforms: iTunes (Apple Podcasts),  Google Podcasts, Spotify, Acast, Breaker, TuneIn, Stitcher, Pocket Cast, Radio Public and Hubhopper.  (It … Continue reading Podcasts on Sanskrit Language

Our Mother Tongue – 108 Facts about Sanskrit

Have completed writing a book called "Our Mother Tongue: 108 Facts about Sanskrit." I intend to add some sections of the book as posts in this website soon. A synopsis of the book (also available here. Also on YouTube here) Our Mother Tongue: 108 facts about Sanskrit There is a great revival of interest in … Continue reading Our Mother Tongue – 108 Facts about Sanskrit