Is Sanskrit considered divine language to those of the Hindu faith?
Yes it is considered divine and is referred to as Dev-bhasha or the 'Language of the Gods'. The following verses from Mahabharat Shanti Parva महाभारते १२.२३१.५६ and महाभारत १२.२३२.२४ clearly declare its divine status:
अनादिनिधना ह्येषा वागुत्सृष्टा स्वयम्भुवा ।
आदौ वेदमयी दिव्या यतस्सर्वाः प्रसूतयः ॥
English Translation -
Beginning-less and endless is this vāk manifested on its own,
First as Veda the celestial and from that everything else born.
Hindi Translation -
आदि-रहिता एवं अन्त-रहिता यह वेदमयी दिव्या विद्यावाणी स्वयम्भू है
एवं यही प्रथम वेद के रूप में एवं तदनन्तर सर्व वस्तुज्ञान को प्रसवित करती है
This is the confirmation of the belief that the language is of a non-human or divine origin.
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