Sunday, June 12, 2005

At esamskriti.com, read historical persepectives in the Development of Sanskrit. In it are a set of compiled articles expanded from a few sources such as The History and Culture of Indian People and The Cultural Heritage of India by the Ramakrishna Mission. The analysis is divided in the following chapters :
Importance of Sanskrit language : quote Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.
Introduction on Development of Indian languages by Shri K M Munshi.
Scientific Literature in Sanskrit
The Vedic Age Upto 600 BC.
The Age of Imperial Unity includes development of Prakrit - 600 bc to 320 ad.
The Classical Age 320 to 750.
The Age of Imperial Kannauj also has development of Apabhramsa 750 to 1000.
The Struggle for Empire 1000 to 1300.
The Delhi Sultanate 1300 to 1526.
The Mughal Period 1526 to 1707.
Maratha Supremacy 1707 to 1818.
British Period 1818 to 1905.
Struggle for Freedom 1905 to 1947

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