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Sheyas Mahangade (guest) 18 Apr 2018 12:17
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Big thank you!!!!
Hindus basically used to have a rule.. (I've read somewhere, tell me if wrong) That we shouldnt go further those seas and spread or convert others to the sanatan dharma. They were isolated within indian subcontinent. If they would have gone beyond those seas, this world would have gone many years further in development. Sorry for my english

by Sheyas Mahangade (guest), 18 Apr 2018 12:17
Sagar Admuthe (guest) 27 Mar 2018 22:17
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Nice

by Sagar Admuthe (guest), 27 Mar 2018 22:17
Arun C. (guest) 11 Feb 2018 10:13
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Very knowledgeable with deep insight. Must be taught in our schools.

by Arun C. (guest), 11 Feb 2018 10:13
Sadhu Mukunddas (guest) 10 Feb 2018 18:16
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Very good site,

by Sadhu Mukunddas (guest), 10 Feb 2018 18:16
Ezehelm (guest) 02 Feb 2018 04:34
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1) The word is not 'obviously' Sanskrit. Just as the words 'wang' (money) or 'wangi' (fragrant) are not obviously from Sanskrit. There is no 'obvious' way of telling just from the way it sounds. One has to look for cognates.
2) Arabic has a few Sanskrit loanwords. Definitely not 'many'.
3) Sanskrit and Tamil are not the earliest languages in the world. They might the oldest extant languages, but not the earliest. Our ancient African ancestors did not speak Sanskrit or Tamil.

Regardless of how you believe the word 'waris' originated in Arabic, it was borrowed from Arabic into Malay, and along with it, the relevant religious contexts.

by Ezehelm (guest), 02 Feb 2018 04:34
Ezehelm (guest) 02 Feb 2018 04:04
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None of your statements make any sense…

There is no such thing as having 'more ancient DNA'. Africans do not have 'more ancient DNA' than anybody else on this planet. Neither do us Malays.

A whole ethnicity cannot have extra DNA. That will cause them to develop disabilities, mental syndromes, etc. Do you have those?

All Malays do not have 'a portion of of Middle Eastern DNA'. That is absurd.

As for your last statement: Are you saying that Rasulullah (S.A.W.) spoke Aramaic? 'Isa (A.S.) isn't an Arab, just so you know.

by Ezehelm (guest), 02 Feb 2018 04:04
Ezehelm (guest) 02 Feb 2018 03:55
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You are correct. This list is not 100% accurate. Malapetaka is the only Sanskrit word borrowed into Malay with that meaning. Bala was borrowed from Arabic.

by Ezehelm (guest), 02 Feb 2018 03:55
Ezehelm (guest) 02 Feb 2018 02:43
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"Nope only 5 words are of malay one of it is babi."

Obviously your teacher does not know the language.
It is illogical for a language to have only 5 native words.
Here are 7 Malay words not derived from other languages:

Emas, perak, gigi, gusi, busuk, wangi, seriau

by Ezehelm (guest), 02 Feb 2018 02:43
Manasseh (guest) 12 Jan 2018 07:15
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Dear sir,

Thank you for your efforts on the calendar.

Is 60 - Year Luni Solar Cycle was written in any Hindu Books such as Veda or anything? Please reply me as early as possible. If 60 - Year Luni Solar Cycle is not written in your religious books, certainly you are cheated by your religious leaders. Ok?

Thank you,
Manasseh, Expert in Calendars

by Manasseh (guest), 12 Jan 2018 07:15
Joseph J (guest) 11 Jan 2018 23:44
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Excellent definition and description of Sanatan Dharma which comes directly from the source, and corrects any misconceptions - beautiful!
BTW- who wrote this page?

by Joseph J (guest), 11 Jan 2018 23:44

@Daniel, your whole argument is based on western linguistic theories that do not have any scientific basis. Most of these theories are born during the colonial time, were everything had a Eurocentric and racist twists to it. One of such theory is the ARYAN myth which has been discredited. Sorry I would not even consider debating with anyone who believes in ARYAN myth. There is no such language called Proto-Indo-European, which is a fiction created and constructed to discredit Sanskrit origin of world languages. Sanskrit basis of many European and Asian languages are well know since the ancient times and it is not something new. Most of the languages you mentioned has Sanskrit root also, so it is common to find Sanskrit words in them. FYI, the TAMILS finally gave up eliminating Sanskrit words as it is found that more than 80% of Tamil language is Sanskrit. So lets put a stop to all the falsehood spread since the colonial days.

YSRao (guest) 05 Dec 2017 02:39
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What is name for 0.000000000000001

by YSRao (guest), 05 Dec 2017 02:39
Cooper Bruzas (guest) 28 Nov 2017 20:21
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i think this is a very real possibility i think the nuclear blast traveled back in time and killed the Egyptian civilization

by Cooper Bruzas (guest), 28 Nov 2017 20:21
Daniel (guest) 26 Nov 2017 22:46
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I can say there are many spelling error for Sanskrit word in this webpage. And three Malay words, Balai Daya and Dendam are not from Sanskrit, but they indeed come from Austronesian. "Balai" derived from Malayic *Balay, comes from Malayo-Polynesian *Balay and ultimately from Proto Austronesian *Balay. Cognate words includea Maori *whare, Tagalog *bahay, Hawaiian *hale and etcetera."Daya" that means power indeed pure Malay words that comes from Proto Malayo-Polynesian and the cognate includes Hiligaynon *dáyà (tricks), Tagalog *daya (cheat) and Sundanese *daya f(deceive/artifice/trick). *Dendam (grudge) cognate with *idam (to desire) comes from Malayo-Polynesian *Demdem and ultimately from Austronesian *nemnem that cognate with Paiwan *ki-nemnem (think/cogitate) and Kavalan *anem (heart/mind). Both language spoken in Taiwan by indigenous tribes AND alongside with most language in Philippines, Indonesia, Pacific Island nations, Madagascar, New Zealand and even Rapa Nui language spoken in Easter Island in Chile are relative to Malay.
The author's perspective about Malay Language almost completely derived from Sanskrit are obviously Wrong. If Austronesian linguistic find out about your description above, I'm pretty sure that you'll likely to have some arguments with them. And for your information Mr malayguy!!! and Mr dhaya, The fact that Malay Language only contains not more than 10 words are completely wrong and such comments makes both of you look uneducated about Malay language and Southeast Asian Culture and I'm quite BUTTHURT about it. You guys know, Malay language still retain more than thousand pure native words that comes from their Ancestors and that means Malay language preserved LARGE amount of words. And Also I'm agree with Mr Victoriadas's viewpoint about beauty about Malay language. Actually it is possible if we MALAYSIAN, INDONESIAN and BRUNEIAN PEOPLE speaker to eliminate any loanwords and start to coin new words just like those TAMILS that tries to put effort to speak and write their language without ARYAN influenced.

by Daniel (guest), 26 Nov 2017 22:46
Greg Anderson (guest) 26 Nov 2017 05:05
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A perfectly condensed, neutron star-like version of Vedic knowledge that all humanity will someday experience & understand.

The sinners sin, while the children play.

by Greg Anderson (guest), 26 Nov 2017 05:05
Greg Anderson (guest) 26 Nov 2017 04:58
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Aum, Amin, and Amen …

by Greg Anderson (guest), 26 Nov 2017 04:58
Umar (guest) 21 Nov 2017 17:03
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Who's to say that we malay r the true sanskrit speaker,we human r all from ths same descendant n there are research saying that if we omit sanskrit from tamil, it is still a language that can be spoken..our malay languange more closer to sanskrit is much ore delicate and nicer than the ear-hurting tamil/indian..furthermore, according to research its said that sanskrit(3600 years ago) predates tamil/indian(2500) so whos to say who is the mother tounge, moreover according to an acknowledge research regarding DNA, the malays have a more ANCIENT DNA as oppose to indian or chinese, whereas we malay DNA composition have a piece of DNA in indian and chinese AND we have extra, in which chinese or indian dont hve, it can be concluded that indian or chinese can be originated from malay, but to say malay originated from india is not logical, we even have a portion of middle eastern DNA in almost all malay..on top of that, malay hve become the lingua franca, its possible that indians borrowed language from us..we r the true speaker of sanskrit as to arabian is the true speaker of aramaic (the language of An-nabiyyi) not the jews yahudi..

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Vishak (guest) 10 Nov 2017 19:11
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Very informative

by Vishak (guest), 10 Nov 2017 19:11
PARVEEN GAHLAWAT (guest) 20 Oct 2017 18:09
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GREAT INFORMATION

by PARVEEN GAHLAWAT (guest), 20 Oct 2017 18:09
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