Sanskrit is called ‘a dead language'
but how it's dead?
it's the primary liturgical language of Hinduism
the philosophical language in
Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism
it has very wonderful structure
It's more perfect than Greek,
more copious than Latin
and more suitable for computer programming
it's still a literary language
in the Indian cultural zone
and one of the 22 scheduled languages of India.
it's an official language of Uttarakhand
and the language
for Indo-European studies
Sanskrit literature encompasses
a rich tradition of poetry and drama
it's popular for religious texts
and continues as a ceremonial language
in the Hindu religious rituals
it is unique for hymns and chants
students opt for honors, masters
in the universities
people speaks Sanskrit in some villages
with traditional institutions
and being enhanced for popularization
then how it can be a dead language?
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem