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” he said. In all these events and some others he was deeply impressed “by the ability of Sanskrit Pandits to recite exactly from memory complex Sanskrit texts and to explain them in Sanskrit” he said However this project was not without challenges: “Right from gaining approval through the various administrative and government organisations involved in both India and Italy to cultural challenges in introducing the idea of the study to senior officials of the government’s Vedic organisation and then communicating the specifics to the participants recruited from the Pandit schools” said Hartzell Tanmay Nath played a key role in the project’s success The other challenges were logistical (bringing all the Pandits to NBRC for scanning) and getting the scanning completed on time and all the normal challenges of complex neuroimaging data analysis and publication Sanskrit effect For him Sanskrit Effect is to be “able to think clearly” He explained it using a metaphor; although he called it “inadequate” “Moving into thinking in Sanskrit when translating from Sanskrit (rather than thinking primarily in my native English) brings with it a profound shift in cognitive experience that might be compared to something such as (and here is the metaphorical aspect) moving from walking in the air to swimming in water while still breathing air” This Hartzell said “Is quite different and I find that my mental experience is more fluid There’s a certain quality to the cognitive experience that is a bit difficult to describe in English Though there are many aspects to it and these are described in some of the Sanskrit texts themselves” Further the neuroscientist explained that when he moves back into English afterwards he tends to think a bit more clearly about other things “So it has some similarities to swimming for exercise in this sense—afterwards one feels healthier and livelier and can think more clearly” he said The language unchanged Throughout the interaction Hartzell maintained that there needs to be more scientific research in finding out the special effect that Sanskrit has on the mind So what exactly does he find interesting about the language “We still have a very good idea of the correct pronunciation of the words dating back over 3000 years thanks to the many lineages of exact memorisation and recitation of Sanskrit texts (not just the Vedas themselves)” he said From what he understands this may make “Sanskrit unique among the world’s languages” Because like Hartzell explains typically the pronunciation of an old language changes quite considerably over the centuries “Both English and modern Tibetan for instance have many words with letters that are no longer pronounced” he said Providing an example he said: “While the actual word in English is “through” but it is pronounced “thru”” “Sanskrit’s preservation of pronunciation over the many centuries provides a very interesting sort of phonemic time capsule” he said Hartzell has years of experience in translation and therefore quite an in-depth knowledge of some aspects of the Sanskrit tradition He became curious to find out whether there might be some way to scientifically investigate and understand the basis of the Sanskrit effect “Why was it that the experience of working deeply in the language (as one must do in order to translate Sanskrit texts) seemed to have such a profound effect on how my mind functioned So when the chance arose to pursue this question more deeply I was really pleased and inspired and have worked very hard on it” Way forward Well-known Indian biophysical chemist Dorairajan Balasubramanian former president of Indian Academy of Sciences claimed in a newspaper article that studies have been conducted earlier to show that Christian monks who chanted the Gregorian Chants have an exceptional memory too Further he wrote that it need not be verbal or religious chanting at all It could be visual and spatial training too While Hartzell supports further research in science to prove his claims he feels Sanskrit is particularly unique | Edited by: Puja Menonwe don’t lose that quality and stand out in the crowd.the film releases this Friday. including two in the area of skill development, Cristiano Ronaldo.

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