Declare Sanskrit as National Language

via HK published on May 3, 2008

Kozhikode

: ‘Viswa Samskritha Prathishtan’ state meet started
here at Ramkrishna Mission Highschool. Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan Chairman Dr. K.Madhavankkutty,
inaugurated the meet .


 

Sanskrit should be declared
as the National Language, Madhavankutty demanded in his inaugural speech. When
Hindi and Sanskrit got equal vote in Parliament, Nehru made Hindi as national
language through casting vote.


 

Sanskrit is the
oldest and the most systematic language in the world. The vastness and the
versatility, and power of expression can be appreciated by the fact that this
language has 65 words to describe various forms of earth, 67 words for water,
and over 250 words to describe rainfall.


 

Appreciating
this sanskrit is now being taught in 33 universities across the world as computer
language, told Madhavankutty. Unfortunately in India, No much encouragement is
given to learn sanskrit .


 

Viswa Samskritha
Prathishtan General Secretary V.J.Srikumar ,Suseela Vijayaraghavan, V.S.Ramachandran
and many other Sanskrit scholars were present

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