Indian treasure trove is available in Sanskrit

Indian treasure trove is available in Sanskrit
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Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur going through the literature at RSVP library in Tirupati on Sunday
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Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Jai Ram Thakur has visited Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapetha (RSVP) on Sunday and interacted with the students. Speaking on the occasion, Jai Ram Thakur emphasised that Indian treasure trove is entirely available in Sanskrit language. Reading and propagating Sanskrit can lead to various magical reforms.

Tirupati: Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Jai Ram Thakur has visited Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapetha (RSVP) on Sunday and interacted with the students. Speaking on the occasion, Jai Ram Thakur emphasised that Indian treasure trove is entirely available in Sanskrit language. Reading and propagating Sanskrit can lead to various magical reforms.

The intention behind implementation of Sanskrit as second language in Himachal Pradesh was to sow the seed of Sanskrit in the young minds and to make them realise that the vast and rich heritage is in Sanskrit language. He answered various questions posed by the students.

The Registrar of RSVP Prof GSR Krishnamurthy stated that Himachal Pradesh is the second state to announce the Sanskrit language as second official language after Uttarakhand. He requested Jai Ram to install some Chairs here to promote Sanskrit through his State.

The visiting CM has earlier visited alphabet gallery 'Aksharam' and library where he went through the palm leaf manuscripts and ancient books. Thakur also administered polio drops to children in RSVP.

In the programme, the vidyapeetha's academic dean Prof Rani Sadasivamurty, the Dean of Education Prof Prahlad R Joshi, Librarian Dr P Girinaidu, the BJYM leaders Akula Satish Kumar, Vishnuvardhan Reddy and student fraternity of RSVP participated.

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