universities offering summer Sanskrit classes
prestigious universities/institutes around the world are offering
Sanskrit language courses during summer.
offering these Sanskrit classes include USAs Harvard
University, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Mangalam Research
Center Berkeley; Germanys Universität Heidelberg
and Universität Hamburg; United Kingdoms University
of Oxford and University of London; Nepals Rangjung
Yeshe Institute; etc.
courses include Spoken Sanskrit, Sanskrit Recitation, Intensive
Sanskrit, Intermediate Sanskrit, Elementary Sanskrit, etc.
should be restored to its rightful place and needed to be
brought to the mainstream and hidden scientific truths in
ancient Sanskrit literature should be brought to light.
is a definite need to do much more for the development, propagation,
encouragement and promotion of Sanskrit in India and the world,
which was essential for the development of India and preservation
of its cultural heritage. Sanskrit also provided the theoretical
foundation of ancient sciences, Zed noted.
should be established a world-level national library of Sanskrit
besides Sanskrit libraries in each Indian state; make Sanskrit
available as a subject in all secondary, under-graduate, graduate,
and doctoral schools in India; provide Sanskrit teachers
training courses in all the states; enrich manuscripts collections;
publish rare manuscripts; provide easily accessible online/distance
learning courses for learners world over; coordinate the Sanskrit
research done around the globe; frequently organize world
level research conferences; provide generous funding for research
Hindu scriptures, a vast amount of Buddhist and Jain scriptures
were also written in Sanskrit, which was known as the
language of the gods. According to tradition, self-born
God created Sanskrit, which was everlasting and divine. Oldest
scripture of mankind still in common use, Rig-Veda, was written
in Sanskrit, which had a close relationship with other classical
languages like Latin, Greek, French, German, etc., Zed added.
Gandhi said, Without the study of Sanskrit, one cannot
become a true learned man.
philologist Max Muller added, Sanskrit is the greatest
language of the world.