For more than a hundred years, the Sanskrit language has been erroneously associated with her hypothetical parents.
This book discovers the real parents of Sanskrit in the ruins of her own parental house, buried for millenniums but still breathing, now also able to give a first-hand account of themselves. It is the story of how a human being began speaking in human voice.
Dr. Madhusudan Mishra (1933), M. A., Ph. D. is a former Dy. Director of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Delhi. He taught Sanskrit in Goenka College, Sitamarhi, Bihar and Frankfurt University, Germany. He knows all the stages of Indo-Aryan from Vedic to Hindi. He has authored eighteen books. His present interest is Indus language and civilization.
The Origin of the Ur-Sanskrit;
The Later Languages;