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The Case For Sanskrit As National Language Of India

Based on massive historical evidence in the form of lakhs of books in Sanskrit written by authors spanning over several millennia and spanning the length and breadth of India and covering every imaginable branch of knowledge, one can say with confidence that at the pan-India level Sanskrit is mukhya and all other languages including Hindi are gouṇa

Say ‘Om’ To Sanskrit

In Hindu culture, no recitation of the Veda begins without the chanting of Om. The Upanishads and the Bhagavad-Gita prescribe meditation on Om as a means for Self-realization.

Śāradā: Identity Of Kashmiri Pandits

Kashmir, the Land of Śāradā considered as Sarvajna Peetha ‘The seat of all Knowledge’ has always been the land of Rishis just as it has been the home to scholars in various fields of knowledge, writes Rakesh Koul