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programming, everyone scoffed at him because he was not able to establish his point in as strong a manner as was required. He went into linguistic analysis to try and prove his point giving various details about structural stability and finite construction with finite roots. However, everyone said that its superior structural formation would have no impact on the performance of a computer . . . .”

“And they were right. It does NOT have any effect on a computer’s performance”, said one of our colleagues. “I am just coming to it. As per what he told me, Sanskrit is not an ordinary language. It is a language that was developed by Ancient Indians on the basis of the concept of SHAKTI, a concept that can roughly be translated in English as ‘Energy’. The basic principle they followed was of flow of energy in each and every sound present in the universe. They understood it and developed this language to channelize that energy into their bodies, minds and environment. In the way we generate computer codes for a particular task, they created codes in Sanskrit to tap the energy flowing in the universe, and, they called those codes “MANTRAS”. He had sent me certain papers and scanned copies of some books that made me understand how the energy stored in the various sounds of Sanskrit energize the brain, the body and even the environment. On that basis, he said that since the computers understand everything in an electronic form, a language based on energy-flow would significantly enhance the efficiency of the computer. Secondly, Sanskrit has a structure where the sounds do not change no matter what the word is and no matter how it is used. This can further simplify the understanding of the computer by removing the obstacle of ambiguity it faces