JAMMU, Dec 30: Lauding the efforts of Sanskrit Bharti for organizing week long Sanskrit Varg for youth, Director Special Security Force and Trustee of Chudhamani Sanskrit Sansthan Basohli, Shakti Pathak pinned hope that Sanskrit language will become common language of speech.
Pathak inaugurated the Sanskrit session on Thursday at Bawa Kailakhdev Mandir where more than 150 students are attending Sanskrit speech classes.
The session and welcome of guests started with chanting of Vedic hymns.
While guiding Sanskrit students, Pathak said that Sanskrit language is not just a means of earning livelihood but is the soul of our culture and is reflection of Sanatan methods.
“With efforts of Sanskrit Bharati, Sanskrit will become the common language of speech in coming times,” he maintained adding that Sanskrit lacked due attention after independence.
“To save Indian culture, it is necessary to promote and teach Sanskrit from small classes,” Pathak further said and took blessings at Bawa Kailak Dev Ji and planted Parijat and other trees in the premises of the temple.
Purushottam Dubey, president Sanskrit Bharti also spoke on the occasion while Om Prakash Vidyarthi, President awardee; Bhupendra Shastri, Shastri Prabhakar Khajuria, Umesh Sharma, Karan Sat Sharma, Rajat Sudan, social worker and others were also present on the occasion.