Names of Sanskrit Origin
When a language is spoken by unqualified people the pronunciation of the word changes to some extent; and when these words travel by word of mouth to another region of the land, with the gap of some generations, it permanently changes its form and shape to some extent. Just like the Sanskrit word matri, with a long 'a' and soft 't,' became "mater" in Greek and "mother" in English. The last two words are called the 'apbhransh' of the original Sanskrit word 'matri.' Such apbhranshas of Sanskrit words are found in all the languages of the world and this situation itself proves that Sanskrit was the mother language of the world.
- Sanskrit: Brahma, "Vedic God".
- Sanskrit: aadim, "The first or most ancient man".
- Sanskrit: Indra, "Vedic God".
- Sanskrit: Amaraka, "Land of the immortals".
- Sanskrit: Antardham, "Region below sea level".
- Agone (fire)
- Sanskrit: Agni, "Vedic fire God".
- Sanskrit: Arvastan — Arva means 'Horse' in Sanskrit.
- Sanskrit: Arishta-taal, "God, the warder of calamities".
- Sanskrit: Astral-alaya, "Land of the missiles".
- Sanskrit: Bal-sevik, "Rishis seeking spiritual power".
- Sanskrit: Brihat-sthan, "Great land or islands".
- Sanskrit: Buddaprastha, "City dedicated to Lord Buddah".
- Sanskrit: Brahmadesh, "the Land of Brahma".
- Sanskrit: Shankapury, "Township of Lord Siva".
- Caspean sea
- Sanskrit: Kashyapa muni, "Named after the Vedic sage".
- Sanskrit: Kashyapa muni, "Followers of the Vedic sage".
- Danube river
- Sanskrit: Danuv — the Daityas were also known as the Danuv community due to Kashyapa munis marriage to Danu, who is also known as one of the primary Goddesses of the celts.
- Sanskrit: Daityasthan, "Land of the Daityas". Daitya refers to mother Diti and Kashyapa muni, the Dutch also share this link.
- Sanskrit: Devaneshwar, "Land of the Gods".
- Sanskrit: Ajapati — Lord Rama, the illustrious scion of Aja. Their kings were named Ramses meaning Rama the God.
- Sanskrit: Angulistan — Angulistan-Anguliand-England.
- Sanskrit: Guatam, "Abode of the Vedic sage Guatam".
- Sanskrit: gyaamiti, "measuring the earth" — gya, "earth" + miti, "parameter".
- Sanskrit: Sharman — A common hindu surname.
- Hari-tutay (Greek greeting)
- Sanskrit: — May Hari (Krsna) bless you.
- Sanskrit: Hindu-durg, "The fort of the Hindus".
- Sanskrit: Haya-dal-durg, "Fort garrisoned by horses".
- Sanskrit: Hari-culeesh, "In the lineage of Hari (Krsna)".
- Sanskrit: Iravati, "refreshment", "holy libation".
- Sanskrit: Ishwaralaya, "The abode of Isha - God".
- Sanskrit: Yadu-isha-layam — The township of Lord Krsna. Yadu - dynasty of Lord Krsna, Isha - God, alayam - abode or place.
- Sanskrit: Yaduism — The Yadu dynasty which Lord Krsna appeared in. It is common for the y and j to become interchangeable hence, Yaduism, Yeduism and finally Judaism.