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Indian PhD student at Cambridge University solves 2,500-year-old Sanskrit puzzle

The University revealed that the leading Sanskrit experts described Rajpopat's discovery as revolutionary.

Rishi Rajpopat

An Indian PhD student, Rishi Rajpopat of Cambridge University solved a grammatical problem that has puzzled Sanskrit scholars since the 5th Century BC.

Rajpopat decoded a rule taught by Panini, known as the father of linguistics, and encapsulated in his thesis titled: In Panini, We Trust: Discovering the Algorithm for Rule Conflict Resolution in the Astadhyayi.

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