Tag archive for ‘Sanskrit’
By Editor On Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Governor releases Tamil-Sanskrit lexicon with 45,000 words | Times Of India

CHENNAI: A physical education professor’s dream of publishing a Tamil-Sanskrit dictionary came true on Tuesday but three months after his death. The dictionary, compiled by S Hariharan, has more than 45,000 More...

By Editor On Friday, January 19th, 2018

Scientists to use Reverse Engineering to develop Vedic Vimana

The scriptures written in Sanskrit, if deciphered, could open new avenues of understanding the traditional knowledge. And Kavya Vaddadi, a researcher and design engineer working in a company based in New Delhi, More...

By Editor On Friday, January 19th, 2018

IIT-Kanpur website on Vedas, Shastras registers sudden surge in traffic | The Indian Express

The faculty at IIT-Kanpur has been left surprised by a sudden surge in the online readership of its 10-year-old dormant online website containing ancient Indian texts, including Vedas and Shastras. In October, last More...

By Editor On Monday, January 8th, 2018

BJP MP asks Union HRD Minister to start providing practical education on Hindu rituals, specially on agriculture | Hindu Existence

senior BJP leader has urged Union HRD Minister Shri. Prakash Javadekar to work on providing education on Hindu rituals in Sanskrit linked schools, saying it will boost agriculture and employment. A third time Member More...

By Editor On Saturday, October 7th, 2017

IIT Kanpur, other national institutes decide to take Sanskrit language to masses | India Today

The best of brains from the domains of literary, academic, pedagogical and technological platforms are joining hands to achieve synergy — taking the Sanskrit language to the masses. Several institutes including More...

By Editor On Friday, July 8th, 2016

Early Tamil culture bears ‘extraordinary’ influence of Vedic traditions, says renowned scholar Dr. R Nagaswamy-The Fast Mail

New Delhi, July 8(FMM):– The Tamil language attained classical status by adopting Vedic and Sanskrit traditions, even as the Vedic civilization, which flourished in northern India during 1500-500 BC, had More...

By Editor On Sunday, June 26th, 2016

University of Toronto launching Sanskrit studies

University of Toronto (U of T), “one of the world’s top research-intensive universities”, is launching three-level Sanskrit language learning courses from September next. Under the university’s More...

By Editor On Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

Deka takes oath in Sanskrit, her fave language reverberates in Assembly – The New Indian Express

GUWAHATI: Sanskrit reverberated in the Assam Assembly on Wednesday when actor-turned-politician Angoorlata Deka of the BJP took the lead in taking oath in the language, much to the surprise of many. Last week, More...

By Editor On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

This Varanasi Lawyer Has Been Practising in Sanskrit For 38 Years – The Quint

Acharya Shyamji Upadhay, a lawyer from Varanasi has been arguing and drafting his legal cases in Sanskrit, the ancient Indian language. While many believe that Sanskrit is a dead and defunct language, Upadhyay More...

By Editor On Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Vande Mataram library to challenge Sheldon Pollock’s Murty Classical Library of India – The American Bazar

Dr. Sampadananda Mishra is planning to set up the new library. By Sreekanth A. Nair Dr. Sampadananda Mishra, director of the Sri Aurobindo Foundation for Indian Culture at the Sri Aurobindo Society in Puducherry, More...