All the languages of the world have an interesting and long history of their origin and development. All of them have stemmed from their original source, Sanskrit (Vedic Sanskrit) just like various off-shoots of a tree. Some of them are directly associated with their origin and so they are easily cognizable and decipherable. Some of them, having passed through labyrinthine process of their development, indirectly and traditionally find their association with the novel inhabitants and having influenced by their new physiological, geographical and sociological backgrounds lost their originality and assumed altogether a new distinct form thus giving rise to a new family or class of languages. Nevertheless, in a way or other they have also evolved from one common source i.e. Sanskrit (Vedic Sanskrit).