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Today's Indians have forgotten our ancient language Sanskrit. Even no language or language has been given in the setting of mobile,....
 how much do you think this language should be in Samsung.
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ya it must be implicated
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See Bro, Its The Reason Behind It.
First Of All Its Our Responsibility To Use That Language In Our Day To Day Life.
And If We Talk About The Samsung, Then They Have Implicated The All Necessary Languages In There Products.
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Hey brother, till you do not know, 15804 people still speak Sanskrit in India and Nepal and want good information, then go to Maturu village in Karnataka and look.
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Just think how you would live without mobile ?
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it's good idea...shall implement
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Roman's have forgotten Latin, what's your point lol?
You cannot preserve or restrict cultural Evolution. Globalization opened doors towards a true multicultural Society. None of the language we speak today will survive in the next 100 or 200 years. You either evolve, or die with time.
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Do he mean that he isn't up for adopting to new things or languages? All he is asking for is Implementation of our old language whats wrong in preserving some old things? Our mom dad aren't gonna live for 200 years so do that mean we should throw them out?
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thanks for copret bro!👍
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All the pleasure is mine brother. @Suraj
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