Reverse OF Aryan Invasion Why English Dictionaries Do Not Credit Sanskrit Etymology

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I have wondered why English Dictionaries like Oxford, Webster’s have been reluctant to acknowledge and attribute the etymology of English words to Sanskrit as Greek and Latin also trace their origin to Sanskrit and many English words are straight from Sanskrit and from Tamil ,another ancient language of India( The term ‘Catamaran’ to denote a small ocean going vessel ,skiff , is from Kattumaram கட்டுமரம்,in Tamil.

Reverse of the myth of Invasion had happened !

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Do as the Joneses do” , is the dictum which people usually follow. Even so-called Scholars are no exception to this rule. They too have a penchant for repeating what the Joneses (i.e. Sir William Jones, Max Muller and company ) have said. This attitude has stifled scientific research in every academic field.
“Since the sphere of Indology, contemporary Scholars and the academic bureaucracy tend to cling tenaciously to pronouncements made 100 or 200 years ago by those in authority.
“This sad conclusion of mine was reinforced some time ago when I wrote to the Chairmen of the boards of editors of the Oxford and Wedster’s English Dictionaries, suggesting that since English was directly derived from Sanskrit the Greek-Latin basis of their etymology should be promptly abandoned.
“While the Oxford people wrote back that they wouldn’t like to drift away from teir 150 year-old etymological moorings, Wedster’s argued that since Englishmen were not even aware of the existence of Sanskrit until about 400 years ago, the English language which is older than 400 years couldn’t have been derived from Sanskrit. This Websterian argument unwittingly reveals the exact snag. It is their historical short-sightedness which is blurring their etymological perspective They seem to be ignorant that though Euro9peans ventured into Asia only 400 yars ago Indians were present in Europe and other parts of the World as administrators and educators right from the dawn of Civilisation.
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