Easy Sanskrit Slokas for Kids to Understand.
Sanskrit The oldest language in the world, the language of gods, the mother of all languages, all these different names of Sanskrit. A language that is so grammatically perfect a language that is so rich in color and culture and a language called Sanskrit. This blog contains 5 easy slokas but before that you have to understand the significance of the Sanskrit and Why Sanskrit is Called as the Mother of All Language. Well it is Sanskrit (‘Samskrutam’) comes from samyak krutam(सम्यक् कृतम्). In Sanskrit, ‘samyak’ means perfect, well, complete, and ‘krutam’ means done.
Sanskrit : Mother of All Languages
Let’s ask a question to ourselves, everyone’s heard of Latin, Greek so why haven’t as any heard Sanskrit? This is a Situation that we currently face. The dilemma of a seemingly esoteric language. Now Think of Sanskrit, Latin and Greek as a “Big Three” that have brought so much good to the world over the past several millennia. They Shared so much in common, much more than anyone would expect.
For example take a look at the table.
Three Fundamental words with the similar roots and pronunciations in Sanskrit Latin and Greek. So the first word we have Father, in Sanskrit the root is pitr (पितृ), in Latin Pater and the same applies for ancient Greek.
For Mother, we have root is Matr (मातृ) in Sanskrit, mater in Latin and Mater in ancient Greek and for three its root is trayas (त्रयस) in Sanskrit, treis in Latin and tres in Greek. Well this is a small proof as I have to explain the glory of Sanskrit but there are tons of research papers who claimed that Sanskrit is a of the oldest language in the world and not the oldest but Mother of all languages.
So Sanskrit specifically speaking has been instrumental in unlocking a wide variety of knowledge and research in areas such as psychology, linguistics, medicine, mathematics, philosophy and history and even other cultural tradition such as music and dance. TFIStore from the house of The Frustrated Indian is trying to make Indian Culture cool with its unique historical Heroes and Sanskrit apparel collection.
Benefit of Sanskrit Learning
Learning Sanskrit establishes a strong linguistic foundation that can manifest itself in a variety of ways to provide a different benefits such as pronunciation and language learning and comprehension.
- Pronunciation: Sanskrit necessitates the use of all parts of the mouth to create different words and syllables and because of this you become equipped to handle the vast majority of words thrown at you no matter of what the language.Example: If you continuously practice Sanskrit you can easily pronounce “Otorhinolaryngologist” word and this is the power of Sanskrit. Because in Sanskrit you will find this kind of words “यत्राभवत्पावनम्” or “तैर्दत्तानप्रदायैभ्यो” often. well try to Pronounce it or we have some easy Sanskrit Slokas at the end of article so you can start pronounce this 5 easy Sanskrit slokas as for now.
- Language learning and Comprehension : Because of it’s scientific nature and precision Sanskrit is extremely beneficial when it comes to learning a new foreign language. Leaning Sanskrit had essentially create a visualization technique in our mind that enable us to fit these linguistic and grammatical pieces just like a puzzle.
#1 of 5 Easy Sanskrit Slokas
यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवताः।
यत्रैताः न पूज्यन्ते सर्वास्तत्राफलाः क्रियाः।
yatra nāryastu pūjyante ramante tatra devatāḥ
yatraitāḥ na pūjyante sarvāstatrāphalāḥ kriyāḥ
#2 of 5 Easy Sanskrit Slokas
यत्र सत्यं शिवं सुन्दरं राजते,
रामराज्यं च यत्राभवत्पावनम्।
yatra satyaṃ śivaṃ sundaraṃ rājate,
rāmarājyaṃ ca yatrābhavatpāvanam
#3 of 5 Easy Sanskrit Slokas
अयं निजः परो वेति गणना लघुचेतसाम्।
उदारचरितानां तु वसुधैव कुटुंबकम्।
ayaṃ nijaḥ paro veti gaṇanā laghucetasām
udāracaritānāṃ tu vasudhaiva kuṭuṃbakam
#4 of 5 Easy Sanskrit Slokas
इन्द्रियाणि च संयम्य बकवत् पण्डितो नरः।
देशकालबलं ज्ञात्वा सर्वकार्याणि साधयेत्।
indriyāṇi ca saṃyamya bakavat paṇḍito naraḥ
deśakālabalaṃ jñātvā sarvakāryāṇi sādhayet
#5 of 5 Easy Sanskrit Slokas
आलस्यं ही मनुष्याणां शरीरस्थो महान् रिपुः।
नास्त्युद्यमसमो बन्धुः कृत्वा यं नावसीदति।
ālasyaṃ hī manuṣyāṇāṃ śarīrastho mahān ripuḥ।
nāstyudyamasamo bandhuḥ kṛtvā yaṃ nāvasīdati।
Interesting right? We don’t want to stop at 5 we are adding some cool and easy Sanskrit shlokas as bonus shloka. just kidding and keep reading.
#Bonus Sanskrit Shloka
सत्यं ब्रूयात् प्रियं ब्रूयात् न ब्रूयात् सत्यमप्रियम्।
प्रियं च नानृतं ब्रूयात् एष धर्मः सनातनः।
satyaṃ brūyāt priyaṃ brūyāt na brūyāt satyamapriyam
priyaṃ ca nānṛtaṃ brūyāt eṣa dharmaḥ sanātanaḥ
अमृतं संस्कृतं मित्र !
सरसं सरलं वचः।
भाषासु महनीयं यद्
amṛtaṃ saṃskṛtaṃ mitra !
sarasaṃ saralaṃ vacaḥ
bhāṣāsu mahanīyaṃ yad
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