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SANSKRIT

Spoken by 2,950 people in India. It is used mainly as literary and liturgical language.
Linguistic Lineage for Sanskrit
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Sanskrit tile

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Source: Photograph taken at the Franciscan Monastery in Washington, D.C.
Contributed by Edward Laban

Another version

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: "A Panorama of Indo-European Languages" by W.B. Lockwood, M.A., D. Litt., London, 1972
Contributed by Harold Lush - E-mail rom@netnitco.net

Another version

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: Karl Faulmann "Illustrierte Geschichte der Schrift"
"Illustrated History of Writing", Vienna, 1880.
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version

Lord's Prayer

Source: S. Apostolides "Our Lord's prayer in one hundred different languages", London, 1869.

Ave Maria!

Lord's Prayer

Contributed by Rev. Fr. Tadeu Luiz Fernandes-IFE
Franciscan Roman Catholic Priest, Brazil, Paróquia Santo Antônio
Caixa Postal 10 - 14550-970 Aramina - SP - Brasil
Tel e Fax: (16) 3752-2244 - E-mail tadeulf@yahoo.com.br

Hail Mary with literal translation

Ave Maria

namastubhyaM he maarye kRRipaapuurNe | prabhustvayaa saakam | dhanyatamA tvaM striiShu dhanyashcha tavodaraphalamiishuH || he parishuddhamaarye janani sarveshvarasya praarthayaasmtkRRite.adhunaachaasmanmaraNasamayecha| evamastu||

Contributed by Raghav Krishnapriyan

Ave Maria!

Hail Mary

Source: "AVE MARIA in 404 lingue"
Ordine Equestro del San Sepolcro di Gerusalemme, Milano (1931).
Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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