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The philosophy of life of Swami Dayanand Saraswati is expressed through the principles and actions of the Arya Samaj. Clarify.

INTRODUCTION The rise and development of nationalism in India in general arose due to colonial rule. For example, the establishment of new institutions, new employment opportunities, and excessive use of resources In other words, nationalism in India emerged through some colonial policies as well as as a reaction against some colonial policies. But after studying the different circumstances, it can be logically said that the emergence of nationalism in India was not just a single cause but a composite reflection of various factors. BODY Swami Dayanand believed that the essence of the Arya Samaj, if not far beyond the religious periphery, was to say that the purpose of one's life should be to work for the physical, social, and spiritual welfare of the people. He gave more importance to mass upliftment than individual upliftment. He said that social welfare and collective upliftment are possible only when one has a sense of service and sacrifice. Swami Dayanand opposed the outwa

Maharshi Panini Part-2


As per to him, not a single word in Panini's sutra can be meaningless, and there is nothing in Paninian scripture that is meaningless. The formulas he has created are very thoughtful. He has interpreted grammar as Suhrid. when the time of creation, his vision was towards the future and he used to think far and wide. In this way his reputation spread to children and his grammar became the most loved among the students.

he was the greatest grammatologist of Sanskrit language. He was born in Gandhara, North West India. Many historians belived that he is elder brother of Maharishi Pingal. His grammar is named Ashtadhyayi with eight chapters and about four Sahasra Sutras. His contribution in giving grammatical form to the Sanskrit language is considered incomparable. Ashtadhyayi is not just a grammar text. In this way, a complete picture of the then Indian society is found.

In the 19th century, Franz Bopp (14 September 1791 - 23 October 1867), a linguist in Europe, noted the works of Mr. Panini. He found new avenues to further mature the modern language system in the texts written by Panini and in Sanskrit grammar. After this all, many Sanskrit foreigners took interest in his works and did intensive studies such as: Ferdinand de Saussure (1857–1913), Leonard Bloomfield (1887 - 1949) and a recent linguist Frits Staal (1930 - 2012).

In grammar, Panini tried to establish coordination between the Nairukta and Garga sects. According to the Nairukta sect and Shaktaayan, noun words are made of metals. The thought of Gargya and other personalizations differed somewhat from this. He said, it is not proper to prove every word with metals by pulling. he considered the words 'Unadi' to be inappropriate, and by affixing the metal, placed the proven words in the word 'Krdant'.

As Per to Panini, both 'Anuprahamana' and 'Yogapramana' are favored and necessary in their respective places. The word also gives a sense of caste, or person, in this regard, Panini has recognized both the views on time. The meaning of metal is 'ho' or 'feeling', it also comes a question. Panini has accepted both.

he has composed his 'Ashtadhyayi', taking the basis of these texts Ganapath, Dhatrapath, Unadi, Linganushan and Fitasutra. Along with the Ashtadhyayi, there is also a need to read and read education texts for pronunciation. Panini Praneeth Grammar Grammar covers all these subjects. As Per to Patanjali, Ganapath was composed before Panini grammar.

The data of words falling under a rule of grammar, despite being mutually distinct, is included in 'Ganapath'. The timeline of words stored in the text is often fixed. For minor rules in Gana, the implementation of Sutras has to be shown. The Ganpath must have been composed by Paninipurava Acharyo. Nevertheless, she has become an vital part of Panini grammar.

There is no such sentence in English, after careful analysis of each word from 800 metals and each idea of the material provided by Panini, 121 cannot be related to the original concepts.

Which states "The main title was" Sanskrit software for futuristic hardware "After three decades of trying to make natural languages (natural language is only Sanskrit, everything else is human), suited to computer programming, scientists We realized that even in computer programming, we were defeated 2600 years ago.

Although how and where we used this fact at that time cannot be said, but even today computer scientists across the world believe that in modern times Sanskrit grammar is capable of solving all computer problems. In this important book of grammar, Panini has collected 4000 formulas of the dominant Sanskrit language in a very scientific and rational manner.

American scientist Rick Briggs founded a series between artificial intelligence and Panini's grammar in the america. Making natural languages adaptable to computer programming was a very difficult task until Mr.Rick Briggs. The use of Sanskrit was not discovered by anyone. After that, crores of dollars were spent with several countries on a project.

Their timing is uncertain and disputed. It is certain that they existed after the sixth century BC and before the fourth century BC. It is believed that he was born in Shalatula in Punjab, which is close to modern-day Peshawar (Pakistan). It is believed that Panini must have used some medium to write because the words he used were extremely clean and his analysis without writing seems unlikely.

some of say that he used the memory of his disciples as his writing book. The reuse of the script in India (after the Indus Valley Civilization) took place in the 6th century BCE and the first use of the Brahmi script took place in in South India, away from Gandhara in northwest India. Gandhara had Persian rule in the 6th century BC and it is possible that they may have used the Armaic characters.


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