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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 25

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311. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Triangle: Triangle is a corrupt version of the Samskruta word Trikona.

312. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Pentagon: Pentagon is a corrupt version of the Samskruta word Panchakonam / Panchakona / Panchakon / Panchkon.

313. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Hexagon: Hexagon is a corrupt version of the Samskruta word ShasTakonam / ShasTakona / ShasTakon. ShasTakon = Shas + Ta + kon = Has + Ta + kon = Hex + Ta + kon = Hexagon.

314. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Heptagon: Heptagon is the corrupt version of the Samskruta word Saptakonam / Saptakona / Sapnakon. Saptakon = Sap + ta + kon = Hep + ta + gon = Heptagon.

315. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Octagon: Octagon is the corrupt version of the Samskruta word AsTakonam / AsTakona / AsTakon. AsTakon = As + Ta + kon = Oc + Ta + gon = Octagon.

316. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Nonagon / Nanogon: Nonagon / Nanogon is a corrupt version Pfizer the Samskruta word Navamakonam / Navakonam / Navakona / Navakon.

317. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Decagon: Decagon is a corrupt version of the Samskruta word Dashakonam / Dashakona / Dashakon.

318. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: One: is the corrupt and simple form of the Samskruta word Vandu / Vande. Vande = Van + de = One + de = One. Vande in Samskruta has another word called Ekam / Eka / Ek. Even in many Indian languages we use this word like in Kannada 'ondu', in Tamil 'onna', in Telugu 'okati',  in Malayalam 'onn'. That's the greatness of the Samskruta bhasha.

319. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Two: Two is the corrupt form of the Samskruta word dvitiya / dwitiya / dvi / dwi. Here we should note that europeans can't pronounce harder words easily. Like here the samskruta word starts from 'da'. Pronouncing 'ta / Ta' is easier compared to 'da'. Again here europeans have made the samskruta word more simpler. dvitiya / dwitiya / dvi = dwi = twi = two.

320. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Three: Three is the corrupt form of the Samskruta word Tri. Example is, we call Lord Shiva as Trinetra as He has three eyes.

321. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Four: Chatur is the Samskruta word which means four. Chatur = Cha + tur = Cha + fur = Cha + four = Four. So it can be noted that Europeans pronounciation of Samskruta words are different and they need lots of effort to spell Samskruta words.

322. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Five: In Samskruta Pancha / Panch means five. Panch = Pan + ch = Fan + ch = Fav + ch = Fanch = Five. Europeans pronounciation is different from our Bharatiya pronounciation.

323. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Six: Six is the simple form of the Samskruta word ShasTi. ShasTi = Shas + Ti = Sas + Ti = Sax + Ti = Six. Europeans can't handle tongue twister.

324. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Seven: In Samskruta seven means Sapta. Think like an European and spell. You will get the answer.

325. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Eight: In Samskruta AshTa means eight. AshTa = Ash + Ta = Esh + Ta = EshTa = Eight.

326. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Nine: Navama or just Nava or Nav is the Samskruta word for Nine. Easily it can be understood it is a corrupted word.

327. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Ten: Dasha / Dash / Das is the Samskruta word for ten. Dash = Tash = Tas = Tes = Ten. Evolution.

328. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Eleven: It is the simple form of the Samskruta word Ekadasha. Eka means one and Dasha means ten. This explanation we will get clearly from the number thirteen (13), etc. A real tongue twister is the Samskruta word Ekadasha.

329. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Twelve: Twelve is the simple form of the Samskruta word Dvadasha. Try to pronounce like an English person. Dvadasha = Tvadasha. From the numerical word thirteen we will understand the similarity.

330. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Thirteen: Travodasha is the Samskruta word for Thirteen. Travo in Samskruta means three and dasha means ten (refer the earlier words of three and ten). Travodasha = Thirteen.

331. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Fourteen: Chaturdasha means fourteen in Samskruta (refer four and ten as explained earlier).

332. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Fifteen: Panchadasha means fifteen. Refer five and ten as explained earlier.

333. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Sixteen: Shodasha means sixteen. Refer six and ten as explained earlier.

334. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Seventeen: Saptadasha means seventeen. Refer seven and ten as explained earlier.

335. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Eighteen: AshTadasha means eighteen in Samskruta. Refer eight and ten as explained earlier.

336. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Nineteen: Navadasha means nineteen in Samskruta. Refer nine and ten as explained earlier.

337. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Twenty: Vimshati means twenty in Samskruta. Vimshati = Vim + sha + ty = Twen + sha + ty = Twenshaty (Twi/Dwi/Dvi means two & dash means ten)  = Twenty. Twenty is the simple form of Vimshati in Samskruta. Like this the numbers twenty one, twenty two etc go on and on.

338. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Addition / Add: In Samskruta the word is Adhikatha means Addition / Add. Also Adhikam / Adhika / Adhik is also an another word which can be used. Very clearly addition / add is a corrupted word. 🙏🙏🙏➕➕➕🙏🙏🙏

339. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Subtraction / Subtract: Shodhayati / Shodhana is the Samskruta word. Very very close word. Just a small tongue twister. 🙏🙏🙏➖➖➖🙏🙏🙏

340. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Bumble bee: Bhramaraka means bumblebee in Samskruta. A tongue twister. 🙏🙏🙏🐝🐝
Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri Ramaya namaha


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