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India's Culture rooted in Sanskrit only - Prof. Shreedhar Mishra
3/18/2024 10:49:06 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 18: A one-day Saral Manak Sanskrit Workshop was organized on Monday under the joint aegis of Central Sanskrit University, Shri Ranbir Campus, Jammu; Government Women's College, Parade Ground, Jammu; and Indian Language Committee, Ministry of Education. Speaking as the keynote speaker on this occasion, Sangathan Mantri of Sanskrit Bharati, Rishi Kumar said that the effort to present Sanskrit to the common people in a simple form is commendable by the Government of India. Such workshops are required to bring Sanskrit into public practice.
Speaking as the chief guest, Prof. Ram Bahadur Shukla of Sanskrit Department of Jammu University said that Sanskrit is a very simple language. Sanskrit contains very simple words. Therefore, it can be used very easily. Human values are inherent in Sanskrit, it makes every human being humble. In his Presidential address, Campus Director Prof. Shreedhar Mishra said that the culture of India is rooted in Sanskrit. Sanskrit language can be learned easily through practice and it can be easily made the language of the people. He further said that Sanskrit is employment oriented. Hundred percent employment is available in the field of Sanskrit.
Principal of Women's College Parade, Dr. Ravindra Kumar Tikku, speaking as a special guest, said that at present there are immense employment opportunities in Sanskrit. Therefore, there is a need to popularize Sanskrit among the people.
The workshop was inaugurated by lighting the lamp.The students of Women's College invoked Goddess Saraswati and sought Her blessings. The guests were duly welcomed with flower bunches and mementos. The welcome speech was delivered by Dr. Mamta Sharma of Sanskrit Department. Dr. Praveen Mani Tripathi, Dr. Khemnarayan Regmi were present as facilitators in the program. Other professors and students of the college were also present. Workshop coordinator Dr. D. Dayanath expressed the vote of thanks. Certificates were distributed to the participants in the concluding session. The program was conducted by Dr. Tejnath Paudel.
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