The only other time I have heard the sound of Pali is by S. N. Goenka, during the Vipassanna meditation binge.
Pali was spoken at the time of Buddha and Mahaveera. Both of them spoke in Pali, because they wanted to reach the masses.
I don't know if Swami Nithyananda understands Pali, but he utters it here as if it were his mother tongue. Something comes through and touches your core.
Swami translates from the Pali to English, and interprets the Jain sutras here, on non-violence as being better than love.
Love, at some point, can become possessive and may turn violent.
Non-violence, on the other hand, is a deeper promise.
"I will not hurt you."
We keep saying we love each other, and we keep swaying between caring and neglecting, between affection and shouting.
If only we could say, 'I will not hurt myself,' all else will fall in place.
If we start with non-violence, love will happen as a by-product. Because we start with love, we mess up.