Sanskrit — a simplified HAriyskaya Karuna — proof

A careful comparison of individual lexical units, written in Sanskrit, with those words, not even taken out of ancient and of modern Russian, Ukrainian, and especially, we find the roots of a single parent language of the Aryans, are easily traced in the directories.
Durga Prasad Shastri — renowned Indian Sanskrit — writes on this subject: "If I were asked what would be the two languages of the world are most similar to each other, I would answer without hesitation — Russian and Sanskrit. It is surprising that in our two languages are similar word structure, style and syntax, to add even more similarity rules of grammar. "

The following are excerpts from dictionaries.

Sanskrit — Russian
Matri, Pramatri — Mother, Mother, Grandmother. The word "mother" sounds similar to the Sanskrit in many languages of the world, but the "mother" of preserved only in Russian.
Bandini — Arrested, detained
Bala — dabbled (ie acting like a child)

Balatva (childhood) — Pampering
Bheda — Trouble (betrayal)
Skanda — God of War, the son of the god Agni.
(From this — the word "scandal")
Bahutva — Wealth
Badr — Bouncy
Bhyas — Fear
Swar — Bran (swara)
Bratri — Brother
Bhratrtva — Brotherhood (Tale)
Bhruva — Eyebrow
Budha — Awake

Bhurana — Buran
Bhavani — residence time
Bhu — Being
Tada — While
Trisha — In three
ROLLER — Roller
Shaft — Shaft
You — you
Barbara — Barbara, wild
Var (water) — Cook
You — you
Vidhava — Widow
Vartan — spinning
Vedic view — Veda
Vedana — Maintenance
Writ (gate) — to turn
Vasanta — Spring
Wool (p) — Wind
Vacha — Broadcast
SHAFT — The Wave
Vartan — (on) Gate
Antara — Inside (inside)
Vraja — Enemy
Sadin — Rider
Parties — Second
Vyad — eats
Gargi-shout
Gati — Gat
Vyak — Speaking (blather)
Giri — Mountain
Ghrni — Burning
Hornbeam — Rob
Mane — Mane
Hrd — Chest
Grasana — nibbling
Kalyuzha — Dirt clogged ("kalyuzha" — so called in Ukrainian puddle)
Buzz — buzz, play
Rxy — Hook's call
Davao — The gave
Deha IU agni — Give me fire
Yes — Classified
Dvandva — Duality
Davey — Virgo
Dvar — Devereux
Dravya — Wooden
Dean — Day
Drava — Wood, Firewood
Samya — Stick together (family)
Dashatara — ten
Miracle — Miracle or "miraculously descended from heaven"
Divya — Brave
Dala — Share
Hut — House (in Ukrainian — "xata")
Dri — tear (tear)
Dra (drape) — Fighting (escape)
Dur — Bad
Dhu — Blow
Drk — Hole
Dhuma — Smoke
Dada — Uncle
Astitva — nature (essence)
Jivan, jiva — Live
Dzhivatva — Life (abdomen)
Sina — harvestable stocks ("sino" — so called Ukrainian-harvested grass)
Hima — Winter
Hema — Earth
Jnana — Knowledge
Jna — Know
Janaka — Expert
Banda — Mutilated, mutilated
Anya — Other
Ila — IL
Itas — So
Kascit — Each
Ka — How
Kanduka — Tub
Kara — Kara (murder)
Cereals, porridge — Cough
Cada — When
Katarat — who
Crato — fold
Craven — Blood
Kruncha — Twisted
Cruz — grief (distressed)
Kush — Sash
Kulik — Kulik
Kula — Kul
Kurchatov — Curled
Kustha — Bush
Pile — Pile
Way — Getting along
Las — Caress
Lip — Sculpt
Lipatka — Velcro
Lish — Only (some)
Loop — peel
Lyubh — Loving
Lal — Lyalit undead
Whale — Mastak (head)
Matrva — Motherhood
Madhu — Honey
Mrityu — Off
Mashaka — Bag
Man (MNA) — crease
Me — My
Mraksh — fool
Mark — The darkness (eclipse
Mlai — Mljet, wither
Mrita — Off
Mock, MON — wet, wet
Murdhan — The face, the shape of
Mushka — Mouse
Math — knead
Lean — Nude
Nah — we
Beer — Drink
We — We are
Contacts contacts — Heaven
Ned — No
Nihina — Sholazar
Nishtka — Low
Nispad — Drop-down
Nun — News (the Moon)
Nava — New
Nigha — Nail
NASA, Nasik — Nose, nose
Nietzsche — The Night (in Ukrainian — "nich")
Ubayoh — both
Avik — Lamb
Agni — fire and the name of the god of fire
Adi — One
Fool — turned away from God
Utkrita — Outdoor
Utchal — set sail, to go
Pad — fall, fall away
Pair — A pair of (different)
Foam — Foam
Purva — First
Paraplavate — swim
Dog — dog
Chicken — Chicken, singing
Pace — Stove
Pachana — Cookies
Pa (pi), pita — Drink, Pitot
Swim — Swimming
Plav — Floating
Kravyaad (Craven + w) — Devouring meat
Indulging — Appease — promote commit sinful acts and their consequences
Priya — Nice
Prastara — Plenty
Prati — Against
Pratista — Confront
Radha — please
Rui — hack (ruin)
Vrana — Rana
Vranino — Wounded
Rich — Speech (in Ukrainian — "pich")
Race — Rosa
Py — Hack
Rush — To destroy
Garden — plant
Svakar — father-in-law
Swar — sparkling
Light — Light
Swa — His
Svatva — Property
Svakiya — brother-in-law
Saya — Radiance
Sravah — Glory rumors
Sravanam — Slavlenie
Mrityu — Death
Sneha — Snow
Sabran — Collection
Sambar — Collecting, barn
Sabratri — Brothers
Sampad — coincidence, luck, harmony
Sthana — Stan
Hundred — Becoming, stop
Soto — One Hundred
Mortar — Mortar
Dry — Dry
Drying — Drying
Tas — Drag
Twa — Your
To create creative
Those — those
Tvayi — You
Tomo — Dark
Tinder — TeretTo — That
Tada — Then
Tone — Slim
Tarana — Toren (path)
Tat — That
Daditar — He who gives
Tritium — Third
Three — Three
Traya — Troy Triad
Track — Three
Rout — cowardice, fear, fright
Tung (strong) — Tight
Tour Tuju — Turit, push
Tama (s) — bang
Tamas — Darkness
Iti — Walking, walking, movement
Chashaka — Cup
Widmann (zhensk. — "vidma") — A man of great learning
("Vidma" — so called witch in the Ukraine)
Catvarah — four
Chatur — Four
Chatushka — Four-
Chaturdatsan — Fourteen
Miracle — Oddball, stupid
Chula — Closet
Shala — Shelter
Samana — Shaman, an ascetic and mystic
Mane — Neck
Shibh — Shibko
Etam — This
Etad — This
Yuna — Junior

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