Misconception :

A great misconception about Sanskrut is that it is a dead language; that it is out-dated; that it is not and can never be and was never a spoken language. Though the use of spoken Sanskrut has declined but Sanskrut continues to be widely used as a ceremonial language in Hindu religious rituals in the forms of hymns and mantras.

Sanskrut’s way of language :

It is a natural language. There is a direct link between the sound and signs; it is phonetic. We write Sanskrut exactly as we say which means that the writing of Sanskrut language is based on the sound of the spoken form.
In other words, Sanskrut has no spelling; there are no silent letters either. In contrast to Sanskrut, you can't read many English words properly unless you know English to certain extant. This means that a student is assumed to have known already the English language before one starts learning it!
There is only one set of alphabet in Sanskrut. This avoids many complexities of writing capital / small and italic letters as they are in the Roman alphabet / European scripts.
There aren't many punctuation marks found in Sanskrut (Devanagari) script.
For writing Sanskrut language, any comprehensive alphabet can be used and vice versa.
Thanks to its phonetic scripts, there is an easy-flowing, natural and logical way to proceed while learning this wonderful language or to write any language after that.
There is logic in its sound system, and a natural continuity in its word -making as well as sentence-making.

For example, unless one has visited England, one cannot guess the correct reading of the names / places like Reading, Gloucester, Leicester, Peugeot, Plymouth Chaos. in English, follows if not pre-learnt.

Sanskrut sentence structure is flexible. The declensions and the conjugations have a wide range. Hence every student has more freedom in composing sentences in Sanskrut. In contrast to this, every English sentence has to follow syntax (the law of particular order of words).
In Sanskrut, the order of words in a sentence does not matter. Thanks to this flexibility, a Sanskrut sentence may well follow any language the student is familiar with.

What’s unique? :

Sanskrut is the oldest and living language on our planet.
Sanskrut is a spiritual language and is the language of Divinity; language of gods.
It is a language of classical literature which is rich and abundant.
As its name itself explains, it is systematized and perfected. Its alphabets are impeccably arranged. They are easy to remember and help in memorizing textual stanzas.
Sanskrut literature is unique in its overwhelmingly poetic character.
Rationality is in everything including the arrangement of its alphabets. It is perfected. The Devanagari script used to write Sanskrut is also complete. Being phonetic, it can easily be adopted to write any language.
It is a global language. It has no territory, has no bias; hence has no limitations.
Sanskrut is a 'world language' in the real sense of the term. It hasn't got local variations or vernaculars nor dialects nor usages of slang words. Its uniformity owes to this aspect as well.
It has written rules of grammar, phonetics, etymology and epistemology which are all followed wherever Sanskrut is used. The wonder that this bedrock of Sanskrut grammar, which is, allows its purity to continue no matter however it grows.
There is infinity in its word-formation possibilities and they are all well-structured, computerized long before the computers came in use.
There is a vibration or resonance in the sounds well-expressed in Sanskrut speaking.
Absolute freedom is in using this language because of "No syntax". This means that even a beginner can proceed with words as one’s thoughts progress.
Flexibility or adaptability - Same sentence can be said in a variety of ways.
Its universality. It can do all functions, - scriptural (holiness), technical (precision and derivative power) and romantic (resourceful and flowery style) but can never be slang.
Has a very rational derivative power.
Its economy. Sanskrut letters can be used to write other languages as well.
Sanskrut words possess a special vibration of sound waves whose resonance is very effective. People use Sanskrut Mantras for healing. They owe this mystic character and holiness to the essential spiritual character of Sanskrut.
Spirituality has molded into Sanskrut! Hence its name, perfection to be reached by any word.

By knowing Sanskrut, you are now in touch with a language which is very natural (sound - oriented), rationally developed or systematized in its structure and versatile in its usage even while retaining its purity and uniformity. Its ancient, abundant, full of variety and everlasting literature passing through the longest period of time has plentiful wonders to offer to those interested in any of them.