Sanskrit in Devanagiri script ( the script used in the city of gods)

Around 2million years ago early humans evolved in Africa and later spread all across the world, though we are not the strongest or the largest in size or strength, we evolved as one of the most powerful species on the planet, having control over all the food chains and life forms. There were a lot of factors that have shaped us what we are today, like the invention of fire, learning to use primitive tools, animal husbandry, and agriculture. But there was something that stood apart among these and played a predominant part in shaping civilizations, that is the invention of languages yes, without which we couldn't have communicated with each other efficiently and transfer the art and technology to future generations of humans.
In this prolonged evolution of humans, we have invented, tested, used, and enhanced our abilities. And abandoned or left behind some of our cultures, technologies, and languages which were no more necessity. There are a lot of ancient languages that were once a prominent language in a specific region, and today it is no more spoken and considered dead.
But, among those dead languages, Sanskrit or Samskrutha language stands apart with a lot of myths and mysteries surrounding it. It is considered to be one of the ancient languages in the world and plays a prominent role in the culture and religion of Hinduism, which is again one of the ancient religions in the world. Though Sanskrit doesn't have its default script, it was widely written different scripts in ancient India, as most of the ancient Hindu scriptures are written in Sanskrit, including books like Mahabharata, Ramayana, Bhagavad-Gita, Vedas, and Upanishads.
Lord Krishna preaching Bhagavad-Gita to Arjuna
If Sanskrit was so widely spoken and used among ancient Indians, then why did it collapse? The language Sanskrit is also called DevBasha (the language spoken by gods), and later it got passed on to the humans by celestial messengers to establish stable communications between Gods and humans.  And even when the Sanskrit was at its full glow, not everyone has the access to use the language, it was used and spoken only among minor groups of humans like saints, kings, nobles had the access to use the language and interact with gods and celestial beings, while other human citizens were still using other regional languages for communications.
Even today the Sanskrit language is used to recite Mantras (sacred sound) in Hindu temples, and to study ancient Hindu scriptures. Even though the Sanskrit language is no longer in use, it laid down a foundation in creating new languages in India, Eurasia, Persia, and Greece. We can notice the usage and impact of Sanskrit words can be seen in all major languages in India and across the world.
So, all these facts and pieces of evidence provide a hint towards the level of interactions between ancient humans and Extraterrestrial Gods/Aliens, the importance of languages that have made humans communicate with extraterrestrial beings, that made diplomatic ties between planets in sharing culture and technology which enriched human lives back on earth.