Extensive circulation of Sanskrit language is must to preserve ancient Indian culture


Rashtriya Sanskrit Sammelan organised in Bhopal

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Sanskrit language experts attending the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sammelan organised in Bhopal today were of the opinion that in the true sense, only extensive circulation of Sanskrit language can preserve ancient Indian culture. For this, stress has been laid on preparing an effective policy in the state by the state government. Talented students from Sanskrit schools were awarded at the Sammelan. Regional Co-organising Secretary Vidya Bharti Prof. Niranjan Sharma, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Lucknow Prof. Azad Mishra, Prof. Devendra Mishra of New Delhi, Prof. Bhagwatsharan Shukla of Banaras Hindu Vishwavidyalaya and Prof. Bharat Bhushan Mishra from Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Mumbai expressed their views in the different sessions of the sammelan. Dr. Sampadanand Mishra Puducherry told at the Sammelan that radio programmes are being broadcast 24x7 for the circulation of Sanskrit language which are being heard with great interest by people in 124 countries. Prof. Mithila Prasad Tripathi and Sanskrit scholar Manmohan Upadhyay said that Sanskrit is an ancient language. Development of the language can enable students to study other subjects well. Commissioner Public Instructions Neeraj Dube stressed on linking Sanskrit with employment. Director Maharishi Patanjali Sanskrit Sansthan P.R. Tiwari told that Rs 8 crore 38 lakh has been approved for a fully equipped 4-storeyed new building in Bhopal. This building has arrangement for a 200-seater auditorium, guest house and office. The state’s first Government Middle Girls Residential Sanskrit School has been approved to be opened from Bhopal where education will be imparted in Sanskrit medium from Class VI to VIII. This school will have 90 seater hostel, free meals and other facilities. Here girl students will be taught through modern system. He told that 168 schools have been granted affiliation in academic session 2016-17 in state. Sanskrit band performed during cultural evening.