HistorySanskrit belongs to which family?

Sanskrit belongs to which family?


  1. A
    Indo-European
  2. B
    Tibeto-Burman
  3. C
    Dravidian
  4. D
    Austro-Asiatic 

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    Solution:

    Sanskrit is a member of the Indo-European language family.
    It is one of the three first ancient languages to have been written down. It developed from a single root language that is now known as Proto-Indo-European. Many European languages, including English, French, German, Greek, Italian, and Spanish, as well as some Indian languages, including Assamese, Gujarati, Hindi, Kashmiri, and Sindhi, as well as Asian languages, including Persian, are members of this family. They are referred to as a family because they originally shared words. Such as the Sanskrit words "matr," "ma," and "mother" (English). Other languages spoken on the subcontinent are classified as belonging to different families.
      
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