International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part C (2019)
Linguistic affiliation: Exploring nomenclature of relationships in Russian and Sanskrit
The Indo-European Languages, which are spoken mostly in Europe, and much of Iran, Pakistan and India, do have a common ancestral origin. With the help of our work we will try to highlight upon those points of commonness existing in between them. This can easily be seen when one simultaneously analyzes the similarity existing in between Russian and Sanskrit. Both of these languages are considered as two important members of the Indo-European family of languages. Although Sanskrit together with Parsi, Prakrit and other languages, is designated within the Aryan branch of Indo-Iranian group and Russian along with Polish, Lithuanian, etc., is categorized within the Balto-Slovakian. In this paper, We have tried to find out the similarities existing in between different words and names of Sanskrit and Russian languages.
How to cite this article:
Asheesh Kumar, Jyoti, Sonu Saini. Linguistic affiliation: Exploring nomenclature of relationships in Russian and Sanskrit. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(2):219-221.