Sanskrit serves as the mother of so many languages
Sanskrit is one of the world's oldest languages, with a history that dates back over 3500 years. Many linguists regard it as the mother tongue of many (almost all) languages. It is a member of the Proto-Indo-Aryan, Proto-Indo-Iranian, and Proto-Indo-Europian language families. Sanskrit has also been shown to be the best language for computers. Isn't it awesome?
One interesting fact about India is that it was the first country to develop sugar extraction and purification processes.