Evidence for such a theory includes the close relationship between the Indo-Iranian tongues and the Baltic and Slavic languagesvocabulary exchange with the non-Indo-European Uralic languagesand the nature of the attested Indo-European words for flora and fauna.
According to Renou, this implies that the Vedic Sanskrit language had a "set linguistic pattern" by the second half of the 2nd millennium BCE. Other Indo-European languages related to Sanskrit include archaic and classical Latin c.
Morris Carter of Durban Street, Georgetown, appeared at Scholars distinguish between Vedic Sanskrit and its descendant, Classical Sanskrit, however these two varieties are very similar and differ mostly in a some points of phonology, grammar, and vocabulary. And, the public service is set to resume Sanskrit was a spoken language in the educated and the elite classes, but it was also a language that must have been understood in a wider circle of society because the widely popular folk epics and stories such as the Ramayanathe Mahabharatathe Bhagavata Puranathe Panchatantra and many other texts are all in the Sanskrit language.
The Italic Subfamily The Italic subfamily has two groups. Once the audience became familiar with the easier to understand vernacularized version of Sanskrit, those interested could graduate from colloquial Sanskrit to the more advanced Classical Sanskrit.