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Governor stresses on generating awareness about Sanskrit

tttShimla 2nd  November, 2015: Governor Acharya Devvrat stressed upon generating awareness about Sanskrit
language and added that it should be adopted as second language in schools
in the state. He said that he had taken up the matter with the State
government. He was speaking at the closing ceremony of four day long Inter
Campus Youth Festival of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan at Balahar in district
Kangra today.

Governor said that Sanskrit was a rich language in all respects and was the
source of all wisdom as sacred Vedas and all other religious scriptures
were written in this language. He said that youth should learn Sanskrit to
be able to understand the knowledge available in these texts which were
known not only in the country but also across the world.  He said that the
scholars of Sanskrit should make people aware about the scientific
knowledge enshrined in Vedas as modern science has proved many of the
observations and teachings of sages as accurate.

He said that we should be proud of our traditional and ancient literature
and added that ayurveda and yoga were extremely helpful for healthy living
and awareness was needed regarding these. He said that it was important to
preserve our traditional heritage in order to sustain our unique identity.

The Governor also gave away prizes to winners of various competitions
organised during the festival.

Prof. P N Shastri, Vice Chancellor, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan New Delhi
also spoke.

Prof. Lakshminiwas Pandey Principal of the Sansthan welcomed the Governor.

Shri Ravinder Ravi, MLA, Shri S S Mankotia Vice Chairman Workers Welfare
Board, scholars of Sanskrit, students and staff of the Sansthan were
present on the occasion.

Students from eleven States participated in the festival.

 

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