Many researches have been going on how languages were originated, but researchers have not reached to any conclusion so far. Well, they have been suggesting the similarities in various languages, like Latin and Modern English, Sanskrit and Other Indian Languages and even simlarities in Sanskrit and English. But the origin of basic languages like Sanskrit, Arbi, Latin is still unknown. What is language, many words constitute to form a language. and words are the different sound vibrations, which I have already discused in my previous posts about Kundalini lie in our body itself on the lotus petals. Sound vibrations have nothing to do with any specific religion and thesr are same for every human body and consciousness. That is why these languages are also called the divine languages (Dev-Vaani),
Petals On Chakras
Each Chakra has a particular number of petals with a Sanskrit alphabet on each petal. The vibration that is produced at each petal is represented by the corresponding Sanskrit letter. Every letter denotes the Mantra of Devi Kundalini. The letters exist in the petals in a latent form. These can be manifested and the vibrations of the Nadis felt during concentration.
The number of petals of the lotuses varies. Muladhara, Svadhishthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha and Ajna Chakras have 4, 6, 10, 12, 16, and 2 petals respectively. All the 50 Sanskrit letters are on the 50 petals. The number of petals in each Chakra is determined by the number and position of the Yoga Nadis around the Chakra. I will make it still clear. From each Chakra a particular number of Yoga Nadis crop up. The Chakra gives the appearance of a lotus with the Nadis as its petals. The sound produced by the vibrations of the Yoga Nadis is represented by the corresponding Sanskrit letter. The Chakras with their petals hang downwards when Kundalini is at the Muladhara Chakra. When it is awakened, they turn towards Brahmarandhra. They always face the side of Kundalini.