Sanskrit is the oldest language and is the mother of all Indian languages. It is the language of ancient India and all of the known books of Hindu Mythology has been written in Sanskrit. But today it is just a third language mandatory for every student till high school.
We all have learned Sanskrit in our schools but we don’t remember anything about it now. None of us do, except for this cab driver.
A video is going viral of a Bengaluru cab driver, in which he can be seen talking in fluent Sanskrit to his rider. With a sweet smile on his face, the cab driver is conversing in a very polished Sanskrit like it is his first language.
See the video here:
Sanskrit speaking cab driver in Bengaluru🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/2Kc5tRrnzU
— Girish Bharadwaja (@Girishvhp) June 11, 2019
The video is making rounds on the internet and people are loving it. Twitterians are praising the cab driver and his amazing talent to speak one of the hardest languages, Sanskrit.
How fluent ….nice
— PRASANN KULKARNI (@imprasann1) June 12, 2019
I thought I had forgotten the language which I learnt in school for 5 years
I could understand the conversation!!!
— Anil P Joseph (@Anil4Joseph) June 12, 2019
😍how I wish to learn to speak in fluent Sanskrit.
— Meenakshi Sharan (@meenakshisharan) June 12, 2019
How proud I am of You dear friend Cab driver ji ! You inspire me !
— dr.bharatbhardwaj (@Vrishnivansh) June 12, 2019
— Dewali Deb (@dewali_de) June 13, 2019
— Jony Bravo (@Marwadi_gujju) June 12, 2019
Really awesome sir. Great sir. Actually now a days people are feeling shy to speak in their own language but speaking sanskrit that fluently is really great and Happy to see this. I also know sanskrit but not as fluent as him. Really feeling Happy after seeing this.
— Shailaja Yettari (@SYettari) June 14, 2019
— Sparrow (@SparrowSimha) June 12, 2019
Get this man a shield.
— ESCobar (@esco5_11) June 12, 2019
Wow. That sounds beautiful. I hope the schools taught Sanskrit with so that it could be used as a spoken language. Although I studied Sanskrit for a while in my school, but could never imagine speaking in the language. May be the teaching pattern is flawed or I had a raw deal.
— Xxx (@Self_Plagiarism) June 13, 2019
Excellent ,God bless him , I think schools shud intro Sanskrit. In curriculum
— Ushagopal (@Ushagopal5) June 12, 2019
🙏to cab driver for our heritage and language skills
— MURALI (@MancheelaMurali) June 13, 2019