Hybrid Sanskrit

Hybrid Sanskrit may refer to

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Greater India - Linguistic Influence
... Road transmission of Buddhism Scholars like Sheldon Pollock have used the term Sanskrit Cosmopolis to describe the region, and argued for millennium-long cultural exchanges without ... a case for studying the region as comparable with Latin Europe and argues that the Sanskrit language was its unifying element ... Sanskrit and related languages have also influenced their Sino-Tibetan-speaking neighbors to the north through the spread of Buddhist texts in translation ...
Sanskrit Revival - Influence On Other Languages - Interaction With Other Languages
... Buddhism, Hinduism in Southeast Asia, Indianized kingdom, and Sanskritisation Sanskrit and related languages have also influenced their Sino-Tibetan-speaking neighbors to the north ... China by Mahayanist missionaries sent by Emperor Ashoka mostly through translations of Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit and Classical Sanskrit texts, and many ... Although Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit is not Sanskrit, properly speaking, its grammar and vocabulary are substantially the same, both because of genetic relationship, and because of ...