1500 delegates attend Sanskrit convention in Mysuru

Sanskrit convention
People visiting Sanskrit convention

Mysuru: ‘Samskrita-Jayagosha’, the two-day Sanskrit convention organized in the city, ended on Sunday amidst enormous response from the public.

The two-day convention, which was held at Avadhootadatta Peetham in Sri Ganapathi Sachidananda Ashram, was inaugurated on Saturday-January 9, by Karnataka Governor Vajubhai R. Vala.


1. Samskrita Sammelanam- 2016, Mysuru

The event, which was organized by Samskrita Bharati, an international organization working for the revival of Sanskrit language across many countries, saw an enthusiastic participation of around 1500 delegates and more than 2000 visitors.

Photo: Visitors looking into Sanskrit learning books for students from Lower Kindergarten to Standard 7