Indian Youth Science Congress: ‘We must know enough Sanskrit to decode Vedas’

VEDIC SHLOKAS or verses have hidden scientific knowledge, so young scientists and students should know enough Sanskrit to decode the Vedas, according to scientist Arvind Untawale, who was the chief guest at the eighth Indian Youth Science Congress. “We (from the scientific community) must think about the past and what our rishis and munis have done. More...

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‘Sanskrit manuscripts should be declared national asset’

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International Mother Language Day: 7 everyday English words that were born out of Sanskrit

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Sanskrit & Sanskruti Part II – Is it needed to be taught or not?

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Sanskrit & Sanskruti Part I – Is it needed to be taught or not?

When we were in high school, we were not exposed to studying Hindi subject. It was the third language but it was so neglected in our state that the pass mark for Hindi was fixed at 5% in the SSLC examination. Our More...

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