Reviving Sanskrit

via GSK Menon published on March 15, 2011

Though much is spoken about reviving the glory of Sanskrit, hardly any practical steps are taken to popularise it. Hindu apathy and indifference is responsible for suppressing the growth of Sanskrit language. Foreign languages like Arabic and Persian are thriving only because of the efforts of the Muslim leaders who spearhead campaigns to spread it. Hindus can learn a lot from the Muslims. Sanskrit can be popularised if we start a movement to ask Hindu business establishments, industries, commercial projects etc to have their nameboards and signboards to include the Sanskrit language. Devoted Hindus can easily do this, especially business establishments in Hindu temple towns can carry signboards in Sanskrit language. The Sanskrit presence can be publicised through such simple means

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