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World's first Mobile Sanskrit Gurukul teaches Sanskrit free of cost: Govardhana Puri
3/18/2023 10:30:32 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 18: Govardhana Puri Peethadhishwar Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Adhokshajanand Devtirth inaugurated the world's first Mobile Sanskrit Gurukul class at SR College Gandhinagar, Jammu on Saturday. Shankaracharya said that the world's first Mobile Sanskrit Gurukul is teaching Sanskrit in Jammu, Which was inaugurated by His Excellency Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha. Shankaracharya said that Mahant Rohit Shastri ji is doing good work to promote Trust Devvani Sanskrit. He also appreciated Chudamani Sanskrit Sansthan, Bhasoli .
Former minister Sham Lal Sharma said that the culture which develops Sanskrit and gets cultured from Sanskrit awakens world peace and social development even in today's era. History is the witness that from ancient times to modern times, India never invaded the land of any other country. Such events will boost the morale of Sanskrit lovers. He also appreciated the dedication of SKJRVS Trust towards brining Sanskrit in main stream and making it reach to every part of the society in from of Mobile Sanskrit Gurukul.
On this occasion, Mahant Rohit Shastri, head of Shri Kailakh Jyotish and Vedic Institute Trust, told that "Mobile Gurukul" has been inaugurated on the occasion of Late Dr. Uttam Chand Shastri Pathak's birth centenary fro which the vehicle has been donated by Rakesh Gandotra, secretary of the trust.
Dr. Awadhesh Singh, MLA from Pindra Vidhansabha, Varanasi said that the script of Sanskrit language is Devanagari script. Sanskrit literature is the richest and most complete in human history. The main reason for doing this program is to promote Devvani Sanskrit. DIG, Shakti Pathak said that learning Sanskrit language helps in sharpening the mind and gaining knowledge about ancient texts and scriptures which are mainly written in Sanskrit language. Such an event would boost the morale of Sanskrit lovers and appealed to remain united and work for the protection of our culture and our moral values. On this occasion, Director Sanskrit University Prof. Madan Mohan Jha said that with the development of Devvani Sanskrit, the dream of India becoming a Vishwaguru will not only come true, but the world will also move forward on the path of overall development with peace.
Praveen Sharma(Director SR College), Ankush Sharma (Advisor SKJVS Trust), Uttam Chand Sharma and other were present on this occasion.
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