Re: The mystery of the difference between Saṃskṛta and Hindi
Pāṇini's grammar (7th century B.C.) is called aṣṭādhyāyī; a book 8 chapters long. It is a rule bound description of spoken language (bhasa) and composition ( vaidiki); this book outlines the rules or 3,959 of them.
The rules are rules of mathematics. You have to memorise various forms of nouns, verbs etc. to be able to correctly interact in Samskrit and imo, that would not have been easy for common people
I have been studying this as of late and consider myself only an entry level student ( śiṣya) at best, I know just a handful of rules by memory.
One luminary of modern time purportedly knew all 3,959 and committed them to memory. This was svāmī lakṣman-jū. How can this be done ? No differently ( I will assume ) than the paṇḍita ( some write pundit) that commit all 10,552 verses of the rig veda to heart.
because you are identical with śiva