To study Indian Astrology a good grasp of Sanskrit is a must.
-the great C. S. Patel in CVA Journal, II, 1, page 4.
Where do I begin to talk about Sanskrit?
With it being a limb of the Vedas, actually many limbs, with the language structure being not just the FORM but the CONTENT of the Vedas themselves?
With Panini writing down the consonants made by Lord Shiva dancing?
It is simply larger than me, and I do not know where to begin.
Be sure that I do not know much, but that I will present here translations such as I can make of them.
Actually, it’s important to know that translations are hyperdimensional like and of the universe itself.
Trust, and take confidence in the fact that Sanskrit is actually crystal clear once you master the basics, like the 2200 roots. Sanskrit seems EASIER THAN ANY OTHER LANGUAGE, no kidding.
Of course, at the same time, I can not do justice to Sanskrit. I am just an idiot, but I like sounds.
Renay Oshop - teacher, searcher, researcher, immerser, rejoicer, enjoying the interstices between Twitter, Facebook, and journals.