It struck me as genuine because I know Sanskrit, and can attest to the accuracy of the Sanskrit portion. Languages evolve and change over time, especially thousands of years, and words are often recycled with new meanings (for example, imagine the difference in interpretation in the statement "He is gay" between the 18th and 21st centuries, a mere 300 years.)
It is a common misconception that Sanskrit is a dead language - traditional professions in India still use it as their lingua franca.
Here is the link again - This list is about 3/5th down from the top in the page: [www.atributetohinduism.com]
Hope that answers your question.
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