A proud moment for the University of Cambridge and for India!
An Ancient Problem has been resolved by an Indian student at the University of Cambridge.
Rishi Rajpopat, a 27-year-old Ph.D. candidate from India, studying at the University of Cambridge, deciphered a rule that was prescribed by Panini.
Panini's grammar, also known as the Astadhyayi, relied on a system that worked like an algorithm
Cambridge researcher has decoded a rule in Pāṇini's 'language machine' which teaches the pronunciation of the Sanskrit language
Rishi finally found the solution after persistently trying for nine months.
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