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Nepal schools gearing up to promote Sanskrit education

Kathmandu: Sanskrit, which is considered as the mother of Nepali language, was once a highly flourishing language in Nepal. It was given the status...

UGC to sponsor an All India Sanskrit seminar

New Delhi: To all those who think that Sanskrit is a dead language, hold on and think again!  Jamshedpur Workers’ College is all set...

Sanskrit and Vedas – What the learning means?

by PRAKASH KATOCH Two news items linked to Sanskrit appeared in the media recently. First, a committee on revival of Sanskrit set up by Government...

US Professor creates awareness about Sanskrit among students of Thane

Thane: It was an opportune moment for the students of Thane’s Bedekar College. The US Professor Emeritus George Cardona came down on Saturday to conduct...

Assamese want recognition for their script in computer coding

Guwahati: The rich history of Assam from the times of Brahmi script in Guptan times to the rock inscriptions and copper plates of fourth...

Sanskrit Award bestowed on Thai princess

New Delhi: Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn was called by Vice-president Hamid Ansari on Friday to present the first world Sanskrit Award of India....

Indian American couple donates $3.5 mn to Chicago University for the revival of Sanskrit language

Chicago: A whopping sum of $3.5 mn received by the University of Chicago from an Indian-American couple helped establish a professorship for Sanskrit studies. The...

‘All India Sanskrit Talent Fest’, begins

Tirupathi: Around, 240 students were representing 21 Sanskrit institutes from around the country on the Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth campus here on Thursday. The All India Sanskrit...

HRD ministry rejects Sanskrit commission’s report

New Delhi: The HRD ministry refused to accept the recommendations of the Sanskrit commission set up by the UPA government on the grounds that the...

Battle for Sanskrit and Sanskriti finally begins

By Nithin Sridhar For long, Hindus have allowed the outsiders to interpret our religion and traditions for us. For long, these scholars who are not...

Eight authors without whom Sanskrit literature would never be the same

By Nithin Sridhar Sanskrit is a very rich and colorful language. It is the mother of most of the Indian languages. William Jones once said:...

1500 delegates attend Sanskrit convention in Mysuru

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...

Speakers at Sanskrit convention call for revival of Sanskrit language, scientific scrutiny of Sanskrit texts

Mysuru: Karnataka Governor Vajubhai R. Vala on Saturday gave a call for revival of Sanskrit language. Speaking at two day Sanskrit convention organized by Samskrita...

Vedic Sanskrit older than Avesta, Baudhayana mentions westward migrations from India: Dr N Kazanas

By Nithin Sridhar The Aryan Question: Part 4 The Aryan question has been hanging for many decades without any definite conclusion, but with a lot of...

Is Bengali really derived from Sanskrit?

By Harshmeet Singh There aren’t many better examples of India’s diverse culture than its linguistic diversity. The country is home to 780 languages with over...

5 happenings of 2015 that indicate revival of Sanskrit

By Harshmeet Singh The sacred language, the mother of all Indian languages, the most complete language, the most scientific language, and lots more. There is...

Concentration combines with entertainment to become Avadhaanam: Shataavadhaani R Ganesh (Part 1)

By Nithin Sridhar Literature can be considered as a lifeline of any language. Among various genres of literature, poetry can be said to be one of...

The Indian influence on English Language

New Delhi: The cultural invasion on India and other countries in the subcontinent might never cease and we will keep on trying to speak...

Cabinet clears the path for German in kendriya Vidyalayas

New Delhi: The German language will be taught in Kendriya Vidyalayas after a joint declaration of intent between the HRD ministry and Federal Foreign Office...

Spat between HRD minister’s adviser and country’s only Sanskrit newspaper over language quality

"Chamu Shastry is trying to divide the Sanskrit community into north and south, ” Sajal Sandesh's editor Rakesh Mishra alleged.

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