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Grantha script of writing the Sanskrit language (rather than the Devanagiri script) is still being used by the teachers and students of Sri Guru Sarvabhauma Samskritha Vidyapeetam attached to Sri Raghavendra Swamy Matam at Manthralayam in Andhra Pradesh in India. They call Grantha as Dravid language! Reason is not known - P N Ramachandran P N Ramachandran 03:18, 20 October 2006 (UTC)


This file shows a Sanskrit phrase written in modern Indian scripts. The phrase - from Kalidasa, means "May Śiva bless those who take delight in the language of the gods."

This file is a modification of the previous version uploaded by User:Adnat and licensed under the GFDL. I have modified it to add the Grantha script.


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