dhyāyato viṣayānpuṃsaḥ saṅagasteṣupajāyate।
saṅagatsaṃjāyate kāmaḥ kāmātkrodho’bhijāyate॥Bhagavad Gitaa
This is a Mantra or you can say a Sacred Utterance, if chanted 1000 times daily one could get anything he is longing for, like the Jin of Aladin.
Ok wait.. Just kidding, that wasn’t a Mantra, That was a Shloka from the Bhagavad Gita which means “Thinking of objects, attachment to them is formed in a man. From attachment longing, and from longing anger grows”. Now tell me honestly, for a second you must be wondering “Oh my God what I have found today”. Ok I apologize for the jest and for the title too, because 330 Million Gods isn’t a joke right, but in Hindu beliefs there really exists 330 Million Gods. And the sacred scriptures are written in Sanskrit. So I assume that the language of Indian gods must be Sanskrit.
Now the best part is, there are some regular English words which are derived from Sanskrit, and in conclusion you are indirectly using the language that is spoken by the Gods. Wow!!! Ok Don’t feel yourself as a God now.
Ok sorry, I forgot the regular intro. Hi everyone… I hope everyone is fine and having a great time.So let’s start without much more chaff….
MotherOriginal Sanskrit word Matr which means Mother, derived via Latin word Mater.
FatherOriginal Sanskrit word Pithr which means Father, derived via Latin word Pater.
BrotherOriginal Sanskrit word Bhrathr which means Brother, derived via Greek word Phrater.
UmbrellaOriginal Sanskrit word Ambarella which means a kind of tree, derived via Sinhala æmbarællā.
CheetahOriginal Sanskrit word Chitra-s, which means uniquely marked.
KarmaOriginal Sanskrit word Karman, which means action.
YogaOriginal Sanskrit word Yoga-s, which means yoke or union, derived via Hindi Yoga.
MeOriginal Sanskrit word Ma, which means me/my, derived via Latin word Me.
PathOriginal Sanskrit word Patha, which means path, derived via Greek word Pathes.