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Sanskrit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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SanskritSan‧skrit /ˈsænskrɪt/ noun [uncountable]  SLLan ancient language of India
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SanskritHindu thought concerning the nature of time is well illustrated by the way in which causal relations were expressed in Sanskrit.This is one definition of Sanskrit.Treatises were written in Shastric Sanskrit on subjects such as law, philosophy, religion, archery and even dance.A particular branch, the Grammatical Shastra, was formulated using the Sanskrit vocabulary as a substratum, with no ambiguity whatsoever.The Sanskrit words give a false sense of the product being Ayurvedic and hence herbal and safe.
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