The Indian constitution has not declared any language as the national language since it's inception. By this fact itself it's clear that India cannot be represented by any one language. What makes India a nation is its hundreds of diverse cultures and languages. Carrying a different version of life altogether, each language spoken in India has a distinct bearing. Over the years, this diversity has further enabled a rich literary legacy too. When it comes to books and novels, even if they get translated into ten out of hundreds of Indian languages, it's seen as a significant achievement.
From Vedic and classical Sanskrit to modern languages, at Pratha, we bring to you the history, diversity, and richness of the languages that glorify our Indian heritage.