Lithuanian retains cognates to many words found in classical languages, such as Sanskrit and Latin. These words are descended from Proto-Indo-European.
Is Lithuanian related to Sanskrit?
Many words are similar to Sanskrit
Lithuanian belongs to the Baltic group of the Indo-European family of languages. It is one of the oldest spoken languages in the world and even has words, such as vyras (man), šuo (dog), avis (sheep) which cognate in Sanskrit.
Why is Lithuania so suicidal?
The main factors linked to suicides in the region are GDP growth, demographics, alcohol consumption, psychological factors, and climate temperature. Health expenditure appears to relate to reduced suicides but only for the entire population.
Is Lithuanian a dying language?
Lithuanian is not dying, not according to any of the three types of language disappearance. It is not being explicitly transformed, which would take decades or centuries; nor has it lost its users or its structure through the pressure of competing with English.
What do Lithuanians look like?
They have fair skin, more than 80% have light-colored eyes and many have light-colored hair (a stereotypical Lithuanian is thus blue-eyed blonde, even though such people are a minority). Lithuanians are among the tallest peoples of the world (this maybe explains their affinity for basketball).
Who is the father of Sanskrit?
panini is the father of Sanskrit.
Why Sanskrit is not spoken?
One of the reasons for Sanskrit being limited to a small circle of people was the narrow outlook of pandits. They never allowed the language to reach the common people. So, India today does not have Sanskrit as its first language, like French in Francophone countries and Arabic in West Asia.