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Sanskrit positions to be filled in J&K
9/20/2023 10:43:44 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 19: The Kashi Vidvat Parishad celebrated its Foundation Day at the Jammu Club Auditorium, marking the occasion with a grand ceremony honoring eminent scholars from various states across the country. The event was graced by the presence of His Excellency Governor Shri Manoj Sinha and Divisional Commissioner Shri Ramesh Kumar (IAS), along with former Justice and Chairman of the Gandhi Peace Foundation, Shri Suresh Sharma, as special guests. Shri Rajendra Sharma, Mayor of Jammu Municipal Corporation, and the students of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Gurukul, Katra, and Gandhi Nagar Women's College, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, began the program with a Vedic invocation.
Following the opening ceremony, the students of Women's College presented a welcoming song for the esteemed guests. Subsequently, Professor Vishwamurti Shastri, the President of the Vidvat Parishad, delivered a welcome address, expressing his gratitude to all dignitaries present.
He highlighted the efforts of the government in promoting Sanskrit and vowed to propagate Sanskrit across all sections of society. He stressed the importance of making Sanskrit and Vedic education compulsory in all schools and colleges, similar to other languages.
Professor Ram Bahadur Shukla, in his address, presented the proposed Sharda Peeth International University before the honorable Governor, Shri Manoj Sinha, through a comprehensive visual presentation. He stated that this university would set new standards and reach unprecedented heights in the fields of spirituality, social sciences, and scientific research.
Professor Ram Narayan Dwivedi emphasized the need to protect the ancient Sanatan Dharma and called upon the Shri Kashi Vidvat Parishad to take appropriate measures against any form of aggression against it.
Governor Shri Manoj Sinha praised the work of the Vidvat Parishad and acknowledged its contributions. He highlighted Jammu and Kashmir's historical significance as a center of education in ancient times and expressed optimism that the Vidvat Parishad's project would promote spirituality, social harmony, and scientific advancement. He emphasized the need to make Sanskrit a language accessible to the general public and declared the government's commitment to these endeavors.
In this program, scholars from Varanasi, including Professor Ram Narayan Dwivedi, Professor Vinay Kumar Pandey, Professor Dinesh Kumar Garg, Professor Ram Bahadur Shukla, Professor Chandramauli Raina, Dr. Shiv Prasad Raina, Pawan Shastri Ji, Professor Sushma Gupta Ji, Dr. Prakash Shastri Ji, Dr. Vijendra Sharma Ji, Dr. Mamta Sharma Ji, Dr. Vipan Sharma Ji, Dr. Sushant Shastri Ji, Dr. Praveen Sharma Ji, and Sudhanshu Sharma Ji, along with various prominent social figures from Jammu and Kashmir, were present.
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