It is a "scientific" language with a vast vocabulary, he said after inaugurating three-day conference - "Sanskrit: The Inexhaustible Source of Knowledge" - at Nalbari here.
"Flexibility is a notable aspect of Sanskrit, and scientists today have agreed that it is the most suitable language for communicating through computers," Mukhi asserted.
Former vice-chancellor of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi, Professor Radhavallabh Tripathi, who delivered the key note address at the programme, said Sanskrit is a source of wisdom and a potent medium for intellectual discourses.
Lauding the efforts of the university, Mukhi said all branches of knowledge, be it humanities or sciences, have flourished in Sanskrit.
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