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Why we need to raise kids as practising Hindus with knowledge of Sanskrit

We must raise our kids to not only be practising Hindus but to be capable of deep study of Hindu texts and manuscripts. Western...

Hindi language needs to move back to its Sanskrit roots

Language is not just a medium of expression in Bharat but also one that defines its diversity. It is a well-known fact that Sanskrit...

Centre for Avadhanam announces Sanskrit poetry competition

To celebrate Sanskrit month, the Centre for Avadhanam which is a joint initiative of the Indic Academy and Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth have come together and...

Loss of Purva Paksha tradition and its consequences

Purva paksha or the  study of  opponents in a dialogue or debate from their frames of reference so as to make an informed rebuttal...

Conversations in Sanskrit echo across Dashashwamedh Ghat, Kashi

It is said that Sanskrit said to be the language of the Gods (Devvani) is a very simple and easy language. Conversing in Sanskrit...

Sanskrit set to become lingua franca of this Thiruvananthapuram locality

If you order 'Mashavadakam' in Mani's tea shop at Karamana in Thiruvananthapuram, you will get a discount of Re 1 from the the actual...

How learning Sanskrit literally expands and improves the brain

Dr. James Hartzell studied Sanskrit and India studies at Harvard and Columbia University. He then went on to do cognitive neuroscience research at the...

Satyanarayana Dasa Babaji: Exemplary Vaishnava scholar

Dr. Shri Satyanaraya Dasa Babaji is a Vaishnava scholar and practitioner of the Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradaya and is based in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh. He...

Padmashri Vidyavachaspati Bannanje Govindacharya: the end of an era

On Sunday, December 13, the well-known scholar Vidyavachaspati Bannanje Govindacharya, a Samskrita scholar departed to his heavenly abode. He left his material body because...

Sanskrit oath taking in New Zealand Parliament

Dr. Gaurav Sharma, first-time and one of the youngest Members of New Zealand Parliament representing the Hamilton West constituency, made the Hindu and Maori...

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