Sanskrit Is Our Cultural Embodiment : Paramacharya Swami Jayendra Saraswathi

via HK Correspondent published on December 12, 2006

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : Paramacharya Swami Jayendra Saraswathi of Kanchi Kamakodi Peetam was in Thiruananthapuram to participate in the Mangla Mai  Maha Yagam. Kerala government has received him as the guest of the Kerala State Government. Swamiji was received with Poorna Kumbam by Sri Janardhanan Potti, Vishnu Narayana Bhat and Ananda Bhat, chief Acharaya for the Mangla Mai Maha Yagam.



Swamiji in his eloquent speech advocated every one to study Sanskrit, the epitome of our culture, spirituality, philosophy and unity. Malayalam is the mother tongue (Mathrubasha) of Malayalees, and Sanskrit is the Pitthrubasha. To understand the essence of our life, culture, Vedas, Upanishads and our Darshanas, study of Sanskrit is essential. Swamiji advocated that every one in the family should study Sanskrit clearly to understand the essentials of our culture, philosophy and life. Sanskrit preserves our Samskaras, protect our religion and preserves our heritage. Westerners study sanskrit  to understand our philosophy and culture. Swamiji requested Malayalees to give more importance to sankrit the mother tongue of all religions. To keep alive our samksaras and our spiritual heritage study of sanskrit is very important, Swaniji said.

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