Well! It is obvious that you have a lot of questions in mind before you begin learning Sanskrit. We have tried to cover the most common questions that one may have. Also, we will keep on adding more as we move. In case your question is not answered, you can submit your questions, suggestions from your contact page.

How long does it take to learn the Sanskrit language?

The duration depends on the purpose of learning the language. if you want to learn Sanskrit top understand the ancient scriptures and texts, then it will take around 6 months to 1 or maybe 2 years, Whereas, if you want to learn spoken Sanskrit then it will take you around 3-4 months.

How to learn the Sanskrit language quickly?

Learning any language usually requires a time period of at least a month. However, if you wish to learn Sanskrit quickly then you’ll have to develop a habit of practicing the Sanskrit language daily giving at least 2-3 hours.

How hard is it to learn the Sanskrit language?

First of all, Sanskrit is not a hard language, at least compared to other foreign languages. Learning Sanskrit is easy and beautiful, you just need a good teacher and a constant practice of Sanskrit, with that it will take you only a year to learn Sanskrit decently.

Is Sanskrit easy to learn?

Absolutely! With precise and solid grammar rules, the Sanskrit language is comparatively quite easy to learn. All you need is devotion and commitment towards the language and in no time you’ll be able to understand and speak the Sanskrit language.

How to write India in Sanskrit?

भारत (Bharata) or  भारतवर्ष (Bharata Varsha)

How many years old is the Sanskrit language?

There are many claims on this topic; some say it was initially spoken in the region of Anatolia (modern-day Turkey) around 8000 to 9000 years ago. However it reached India around 6000 years ago, hence it can be said that the language in India is around 6000 years old.

How many people speak the Sanskrit language?

In India, according to 2001 census, there are approximately 14,135 Sanskrit speakers.