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Haryana Public Service Commission - Haryana

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of a recognized university, Registered as Dental Surgeon, knowledge of Hindi/Sanskrit upto Matric Standard. How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online...
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"sovereign" and "sauvaran" or "sovaRaN" - Gold Covered or Supreme Ruler

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Sat, 07/26/2014 - 12:16
All gods in Rig Veda are being qualified with word "Sovran" which in English could mean sovereign but it could also mean "sauvaran" or "sovaRaN", meaning "gold covered" or "made of Gold".

Interestingly meaning of "sovereign" is also a gold coin, besides supreme ruler or Lord.

Indra is also called "Sovran".

Sun worship was prelevant in Middle East and it remains has the bearing in the country Syria which Arabs call "Suriya".

Whose attributes are Gold would be Rich and Powerful - and a Supreme Ruler.
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Zoroaster = Sh au ra + usta = Sun/Solar Principle Rising Agent

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Sat, 07/26/2014 - 06:11
Zoroaster = Sh au ra + usta + ar = Shuara + Usta + Agent Noun = Sun/Solar Principle Rising Agent.

Another way to parse the word: 
Zoroaster = jar + uuST = Withered/Aged/Old Camel.

Western Scholars are not usually trained in the rules of Sanskrit, Ancient Greek or Proto Indo European. They usually do not have the concept of "uu" or "big U" sound, and hence fallen for the Old Camel meaning.

First of all not all Truth can be established as the only one version of Truths.

In ancient times, Gujraat was connected with Iran by land. The ancient name of Gujrat was S(h)aurasthra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saurashtra_State).

It is well know fact that "s" and "sh" sound get confused.

Persians and Vedic people were one and around 10,000 BC they split over Iconic or Idol Worship -.or Polytheism, though Vedic people acknowledge One God Many Expressions. But they were still intermingling in important functions. This is based on some Bengali Academician who I have to search for now but recall reading this. It could explain one reason why Parsis from Persian settled in Gujrat because they felt comfortable and had some knowledge of people from Saurashtra.

Something related to Sun, is Saurya with next graded vowel sound. And Shaurya is bravery. Saurya is conencted with Golden, Brilliance, Intellect, Wisdon and even Courage. 

From Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoroaster)

A folk etymology of the name is from zaraϑa, "golden", and the *uštra, "light" (from the root uš, "to shine").

The image of him is connected with the image of Winged Sun.

Zoroaster:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoroaster...

Winged Sun:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winged_sun

It says "The symbol evolved into the Faravahar (the "visual aspect of Ahura Mazda") in Zoroastrian Persia."

The connection between Jew Yeshu or Yehuwa, English Jesus, Sanskrit Ishaa and Persian Izaa is already shown.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avesta#The_Yasna
It shows "s", "z" are connected and can be confused with "jN", as seen here: "The Yasna (from yazišn "worship, oblations", cognate with Sanskrit yajña), is the primary liturgical collection, named after the ceremony at which it is recited".

The Gujrathi/Saurasthra Script based Translation of Yasna/Yazna may have corrected the word to Vedic yajña, and this may have been the basis to take "z" as "j".

Again the words had usual two meanings, one for the common folks and one for the erudite
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Sri Sri Ravishankar Vidya Mandir - They facilitate learning by establishing a relationship with pupils and by their organisation of learning resources and the classroom learning environmentFor Primary.Graduates with B.Ed & Good Communication Skills...
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National Museum New Delhi recruits Director - National Museum New Delhi - New Delhi, Delhi

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degree in Indian History cr Archaeology or Anthropology or Fine Arts or ‘ Sanskrit or Palli or Prakrit or Persian or Arabic from a recognized University or...
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Android Developer - BR Softech Pvt Ltd - Jaipur, Rajasthan

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Indian Rupees) per annum BR Softech Pvt LtdShaffali Awasthi90 Usha Vihar Near Sanskrit College, Triveni Nagar, Jaipur,Jaipur, Rajasthan India 302018Phone: 0141...
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Setubandham-45

Sans_Eng - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 16:50
सेतुबन्धम्-४५
पव‍अक्खोहिअमहिअलधुअमलपडन्तसिहरमुक्ककल‍अलो ।उद्धा‍इओ अणाग‍अवडन्तधरणिहरसंकमो व्व समुद्दो ॥ ६-२१ ॥[ प्लवगक्षोभितमहीतलधूतमलयपतच्छिखरमुक्तकलकलः ।  उद्धावितोऽनागतघटमानधरणिधरसंक्रम इव समुद्रो ॥] The ocean became turbulent as a result of the peaks of Malaya mountain falling into it due to the mountain being shaken up which was in turn caused by the monkeys shaking up the earth. It looked as if was a precursor of the movement of earth yet to come (due to the building of the bridge).
कम्प‍इ महेन्दसेलो हरिसंखोहेण दल‍इ मेइणिवेढम् ।स‍इदुद्दिण्णतणाओ णवर ण उद्धा‍इ मल‍अवणकुसुमरओ ॥ ६-२२ ॥[ कम्पते महेन्द्रशैलो हरिसंक्षोभेण दलति मेदिनीवेष्टम्(पृष्ठं वा) ।  सदादुर्दिनार्द्रं केवलं नोद्धावति मलयकुसुमरजः ॥]Due to the commotion of monkeys Mahendra mountain shakes and the earth breaks; only the pollen dust of flowers of Malaya does not rise up as it is always wet on cloudy days.
तो संचालिअसेलं कह वि तुलग्गेण समघडन्तकम्पम् ।दूरं पवंगमबलं णहमुहलग्गवसुहं णहं उप्प‍इअम् ॥ ६-२३ ॥[ ततः संचालितशैलं कथमपि तुलाग्रेण समघटमानकम्पम् ।  दूरं प्लवङगमबलं नखमुखलग्नवसुधं नभ उत्पतितम् ॥]Then the army of monkeys, with soil stuck in their nails, jumped up together as if somehow triggered simultaneously by the tip of a balance causing the mountains to move.
उप्प‍अणोण‍अमहिअलण‍इमुहपडिसोत्तपत्थिओ सलिलणिही ।जलणिवहाह‍असिढिले पव‍उच्छेवणसहे करेइ महिहरे ॥ ६-२४ ॥[ उत्पतनावनतमहीतलनदीमुखप्रतिस्रोतःप्रस्थितः सलिलनिधिः ।  जलनिवहाहतशिथिलान् प्लवगोत्क्षेपणसहान् करोति महीधरान् ॥]As the monkeys jump up the earth gets depressed as a result of which the ocean flows into the rivers. This in turn loosens the mountains rendering them easy for monkeys to pull them (for building the bridge).
फुरमाण‍अलणपिङ्गलणिरन्तरुप्प‍इअपव‍अ(बल)पेल्लिज्जन्तो ।अत्तो दीस‍इ तत्तो णज्ज‍इ धूमणिवहो त्ति ग‍अणुद्देसो ॥ ६-२५ ॥[ स्फुरज्ज्वलनपिङ्गलनिरन्तरोत्पतितप्लवगप्रेर्यमाणः ।  यतो दृश्यते ततो ज्ञायते धूमनिवह इति गगनोद्देशः ॥] The parts of sky where monkeys which have the colour of shining fire jump up look like a mass of cloud.
दीस‍इ दूरुप्प‍इअं उअहिम्मि अहोमुहोसरन्तच्छा‍अम् ।पा‍आलं व अ‍इन्तं धरणिहरुद्धरणकाङ्क्षितं क‍इसेणम् ॥ ६-२६ ॥[ दृश्यते दूरोत्पतितमुदधावधोमुखापसरच्छायम् ।  पातालमिवायमानं धरणिधरोद्धरणकाङ्क्षितं कपिसैन्यम् ॥]As the army of monkeys jumped up to a great height, its shadow(reflection) in the ocean went deeper as though it was intending to bring up the mountains of the nether world.
अदिट्टदिसाणिवहं जा‍अं पव‍अबलसंणिरुद्धालोअम् ।विच्छिण्णा‍अवकसणं दिअसमुहे वि दिअसावसाणे व्व णहम् ॥ ६-२७ ॥[ अदृष्टदिङ्निवहं जातं प्लवगबलसन्निरुद्धालोकम् ।  विच्छिन्नातपकृष्णं दिवसमुखेऽ‍पि दिवसावसान इव नभः ॥]The sky became dark and directions became unrecognizable even during the morning as if it is evening due to the sun getting covered by the army of monkeys.
ओव‍इआ अ सरहसं तंसट्ठिअपुट्ठिणीसरन्तरविअरा ।सेलेसु मुक्ककल‍अलपडिरवभरिअकुहरोअरेसु पवंगा ॥ ६-२८ ॥[ अवपतिताश्च सरभसं तिर्यक्स्थितपृष्ठनिःसरद्रविकराः ।  शैलेषु मुक्तकलकलप्रतिरवभरितकुहरोदरेषु प्लवंगाः ॥]Monkeys with (reflected) sunrays emanating from their backs  landed with force on the mountains where the caves reverberated with the commotion created by the monkeys.
वेओव‍इआण अ सिं जा‍अं दलिअमहिसंधिबन्धणमुक्कम् ।उक्खलिअतुलेअव्वं कह वि भुअंगधरिअट्टिअं गिरिआलम् ॥ ६-२९ ॥[ वेगावपतितानां चैषां जातं दलितमहीसंधिबन्धनमुक्तम् ।  उत्खण्डिततुलयितव्यं कथमपि भुजङ्गधृतस्थितं गिरिजालम् ॥]The mountains got dislocated from the earth and were somehow being held firm by the serpents (bearing their weight) as if to balance the monkeys which landed on them with speed.
आढत्ता अ तुलेउं उरपडिअविसट्टगण्डखेलद्धन्ते ।कुविअम‍इन्दोवग्गिअसंखोहप्फिडिअवणगए धरणिहरे ॥ ६-३० ॥[ आरब्धाश्च तुलयितुमुरःपतितविशीर्णगण्डशैलार्धान्तान् ।  कुपितमृगेन्द्रावगृहीतसंक्षोभस्फेटितवनगजान् धरणीधरान् ॥]
As the monkeys started balancing the (boulders of) mountains, on their chests due to which the boulders were broken to pieces, the elephants (in the mountains) were injured by the lions which had got angry (due to the commotion).  - - - -  
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STATE BANK OF INDIA RECRUITMENT FOR ASSISTANT MANAGERS 2013 - India

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at Degree level. or The candidates who possess the Post Graduation Degree in Sanskrit with Hindi and English as subjects at Degree level are also eligible to...
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Trainers Needed for Foreign and Indian Languages. - skillpages - Pune, Maharashtra

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French, German, Spanish, Swedish , Portuguese , Italian, Latin, Urdu , Sanskrit, Hindi , Marathi , Gujarathi, Bengali, Malayalam .Tamil, Telgu, and Kannada. For...
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Trainers for Foreign and Indian Languages - skillpages - Pune, Maharashtra

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Chinese, Italian , Latin , Hindi, Marathi, Gujarathi Malayalam, and Bengali, Sanskrit, Urdu for our organisation . For more detials call Maggie on 9881108557
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Business Analyst - Pre Sales - BR Softech Pvt Ltd - Jaipur, Rajasthan

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Rupees) per annum BR Softech Pvt LtdShaffali Awasthi90, Usha Vihar, Near Sanskrit College, Triveni Nagar, Jaipur,Jaipur, Rajasthan India 302018Phone: 0141...
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Rajendra College Balangir recruits Guest Faculty/Teacher -  Rajendra College Balangir - Orissa

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Science English, Sanskrit, History, Economics... Sankrit: MA in Sanskrit (with classical literature as special paper)/Sahityacharya in Sanskrit Honorarium...
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Guest Faculty Information Technolog - Govt. of Odisha (Balangir) - Orissa

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MCA/M.Sc (Computer Science) 2 Guest Faculty (Information Technology) MCA/M.Sc (Information Technology) 3 Guest Faculty (Sanskrit) MA in Sanskrit Apply Now
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A visit to the Institute of Wood Science and Technology

Sathya Samhitha - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 09:13
IWST is near Circle Maramma,  Malleswaram,  Bangalore. They have training programmes in conventional and computer based wood working technologies. I am sorely tempted to sign up. There is a small “wood” forest full of bats, a nice little museum and a beautiful,  quiet library with interesting books. When you plan a trip to sankey tank, …
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Resource Teacher ( <strong class="blkclor">Sanskrit</strong> ) ,1 - 4 years exp , Gurgaon

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18th India Conference of WAVES

Sanskrit Bhavan - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 21:05
Announcement & Call for Papers: (WAVES) Wider Association for Vedic Studies, Regd. (A Multidisciplinary Academic Society) in association with Sanskrit Department, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi, UP, India 18th India Conference of WAVES on  “Vedic Philosophical Traditions: Modern Context”at Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi 15th (Saturday) to 17th (Monday), November 2014 The conference is eighteenth in a series of annual conferences of WAVES held in India. Earlier Conferences in the series have been held in Delhi, Bangalore, Puduchery, Hyderabad, Vrindavan, Haridwar and Luchnow. The conference will have keynote addresses, plenary talks, invited talks, and contributed papers. The conference aims at bringing together scholars and researchers of diverse disciplines to discuss the Vedic Philosophical thoughts and traditions with a view to highlight the importance of moral and spiritual values in the present context. Prizes For Young Scholars : There shall be cash awards of Rs. 3000.00 (First), Rs.2000.00 (Second), Rs. 1000.00 (Third) & Rs.500.00 (2 encouragement), in memory of Svargiya Smt. Kanta Shukla on outstanding research papers for young scholars up to age 45.Deadlines: Last date for submission of abstracts (350 words) / paper: September 30, 2014 (Use ‘Times New Roman’ for English & ‘Walkman Chanakya 905’ for Hindi / Sanskrit).  Acceptance of selected papers will be sent through e-mail by October 15, 2014.Last date for registration (without late fee of Rs 500.00) is October 20, 2014.Registration  Participants presenting papers are requested to register by paying registration fee. Registration Fee: General - Rs.1500. 00 ;Sudents & WAVES members - Rs.1000.00 Payments should be through D D / Cheque in favour of ‘Wider Association for Vedic Studies” payable at ‘Delhi’ to the add: 54 Saakshara Aptts, A-3 Pashcim Vihar, New Delhi–110063  NOTE: Out- Station Delegates have to make their own stay arrangements. Conference Conveners:Prof. Umarani Tripathi Prof. Shashi Tiwari Head, Sanskrit Dept., MGKV,Varanasi General Secretary, WAVES Ph: 09839397093 Ph: 09810690322 Conference Secretariat:Please submit abstracts, papers and other information through email to:(1) Dr. Shashi Tiwari; General Secretary, WAVES; Email- shashit_98@yahoo.com(2) Dr. Aparna Dhir; Jt. Secretary, WAVES; Email- dhir.aparna@gmail.com Address: 54 Saakshara Apartments, A-3 Pashcim Vihar, New Delhi–110063  WAVES Website – www.waves-india.comAnnouncement & Call for Papers: (WAVES) Wider Association for Vedic Studies, Regd. (A Multidisciplinary Academic Society) in association with Sanskrit Department, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi, UP, India 18th India Conference of WAVES on  “Vedic Philosophical Traditions: Modern Context”o Sfnd nk”kZfud ijEijk,¡ % vk/kqfud lUnHkZ o Sfnd nk”kZfud ijEijk,¡ % vk/kqfud lUnHkZ at Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi 15th (Saturday) to 17th (Monday), November 2014 The conference is eighteenth in a series of annual conferences of WAVES held in India. Earlier Conferences in the series have been held in Delhi, Bangalore, Puduchery, Hyderabad, Vrindavan, Haridwar and Luchnow. The conference will have keynote addresses, plenary talks, invited talks, and contributed papers. The conference aims at bringing together scholars and researchers of diverse disciplines to discuss the Vedic Philosophical thoughts and traditions with a view to highlight the importance of moral and spiritual values in the present context. Prizes For Young Scholars : There shall be cash awards of Rs. 3000.00 (First), Rs.2000.00 (Second), Rs. 1000.00 (Third) & Rs.500.00 (2 encouragement), in memory of Svargiya Smt. Kanta Shukla on outstanding research papers for young scholars up to age 45.Deadlines: Last date for submission of abstracts (350 words) / paper: September 30, 2014 (Use ‘Times New Roman’ for English & ‘Walkman Chanakya 905’ for Hindi / Sanskrit).  Acceptance of selected papers will be sent through e-mail by October 15, 2014.Last date for registration (without late fee of Rs 500.00) is October 20, 2014.Registration  Participants presenting papers are requested to register by paying registration fee. Registration Fee: General - Rs.1500. 00 ;Sudents & WAVES members - Rs.1000.00 Payments should be through D D / Cheque in favour of ‘Wider Association for Vedic Studies” payable at ‘Delhi’ to the add: 54 Saakshara Aptts, A-3 Pashcim Vihar, New Delhi–110063  NOTE: Out- Station Delegates have to make their own stay arrangements. Conference Conveners:Prof. Umarani Tripathi Prof. Shashi Tiwari Head, Sanskrit Dept., MGKV,Varanasi General Secretary, WAVES Ph: 09839397093 Ph: 09810690322 Conference Secretariat:Please submit abstracts, papers and other information through email to:(1) Dr. Shashi Tiwari; General Secretary, WAVES; Email- shashit_98@yahoo.com(2) Dr. Aparna Dhir; Jt. Secretary, WAVES; Email- dhir.aparna@gmail.com Address: 54 Saakshara Apartments, A-3 Pashcim Vihar, New Delhi–110063  WAVES Website – www.waves-india.comAnnouncement & Call for Papers: (WAVES) Wider Association for Vedic Studies, Regd. (A Multidisciplinary Academic Society) in association with Sanskrit Department, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi, UP, India 18th India Conference of WAVES on  “Vedic Philosophical Traditions: Modern Context”o Sfnd nk”kZfud ijEijk,¡ % vk/kqfud lUnHkZ o Sfnd nk”kZfud ijEijk,¡ % vk/kqfud lUnHkZ at Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi 15th (Saturday) to 17th (Monday), November 2014 The conference is eighteenth in a series of annual conferences of WAVES held in India. Earlier Conferences in the series have been held in Delhi, Bangalore, Puduchery, Hyderabad, Vrindavan, Haridwar and Luchnow. The conference will have keynote addresses, plenary talks, invited talks, and contributed papers. The conference aims at bringing together scholars and researchers of diverse disciplines to discuss the Vedic Philosophical thoughts and traditions with a view to highlight the importance of moral and spiritual values in the present context. Prizes For Young Scholars : There shall be cash awards of Rs. 3000.00 (First), Rs.2000.00 (Second), Rs. 1000.00 (Third) & Rs.500.00 (2 encouragement), in memory of Svargiya Smt. Kanta Shukla on outstanding research papers for young scholars up to age 45.Deadlines: Last date for submission of abstracts (350 words) / paper: September 30, 2014 (Use ‘Times New Roman’ for English & ‘Walkman Chanakya 905’ for Hindi / Sanskrit).  Acceptance of selected papers will be sent through e-mail by October 15, 2014.Last date for registration (without late fee of Rs 500.00) is October 20, 2014.Registration  Participants presenting papers are requested to register by paying registration fee. Registration Fee: General - Rs.1500. 00 ;Sudents & WAVES members - Rs.1000.00 Payments should be through D D / Cheque in favour of ‘Wider Association for Vedic Studies” payable at ‘Delhi’ to the add: 54 Saakshara Aptts, A-3 Pashcim Vihar, New Delhi–110063  NOTE: Out- Station Delegates have to make their own stay arrangements. Conference Conveners:Prof. Umarani Tripathi Prof. Shashi Tiwari Head, Sanskrit Dept., MGKV,Varanasi General Secretary, WAVES Ph: 09839397093 Ph: 09810690322 Conference Secretariat:Please submit abstracts, papers and other information through email to:(1) Dr. Shashi Tiwari; General Secretary, WAVES; Email- shashit_98@yahoo.com(2) Dr. Aparna Dhir; Jt. Secretary, WAVES; Email- dhir.aparna@gmail.com Address: 54 Saakshara Apartments, A-3 Pashcim Vihar, New Delhi–110063  WAVES Website – www.waves-india.com
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Hans Raj College University of Delhi recruits Assistant Professor - Hans Raj College University of Delhi - Delhi, Delhi

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 19:04
Post : Assistant Professor Interviews for the post of Assistant Professor in Sanskrit on adhoc basis will be held on Wednesday i.e. 30th July, 2014 at 10.30 a...
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Sanskrit education Calcutta High Court

Tuesday, March 4, 2014Calcutta High Court steps in to better Sanskrit education in BengalCalcutta High Court, finally, after much deliberation has formed a core committee comprising 3 members to restore the glory of Sanskrit education in Bengal. The prime job of the committee will be to carry out an in-depth analysis of the current status of Sanskrit education and form its own recommendations to help the concerned authority in the State Government of Bengal to adopt apposite measures and put an end to the fast worsening situation. It has been learnt, while one member of the committee will be nominated by the state government, other two members will be appointed by the petitioner and also the Justice. Appointee of the Justice will act as the chairman of the committee and each of them must be adherent to the noble language of Sanskrit, in accordance with the Hon’ble Justice. The judgment has been delivered in the wake of petition filed by Dinanath Mishra, teacher at Belda in the district of West Medinipur, and Jugalkrishna Shastri of Sanskrit Education Society, for the publicity and development of Sanskrit education in Bengal, known as citadel of Sanskrit in the Indian subcontinent once. Speaking on this Biswanath Samaddar, Hon’ble Justice of the Calcutta High Court, stated that ad hoc committee would be set up formally on 10 th March.


While delivering the judgment, the Hon’ble Justice was also heard to state that the language, culture and also literature of Sanskrit is highly acclaimed across the globe and in this respect, it equals to Latin only. It has to be mentioned, the petition was filed a few days back to end the deplorable condition of Sanskrit (Dev Bhasha) which had prevailed not the state of Bengal only but the whole of India also for centuries. And this is enough to prove the condition of Chatuspathi (schools for teaching Sanskrit). It’s true that salaries of principals of 800 Chatuspathi and an Assistant is being paid by the Central Government but this is also not enough to revitalize the noble language at the same instant.
Once both Nabadwip in the district of Nadia and Bhatpara in the district of North 24 Paraganas were known as sanctified centers for learning Sanskrit in the entire country and such was the attraction that many pundits from other Indian states transferred to these places permanently. While Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Raghunath Shiromani and Madhusudan Saraswati represent the excellence of Sanskrit education in Nabadwip, one of the greatest exponents of Sanskrit education in Bhatpara happens to be Srijib Nayatirtha, globally acclaimed educationist and also recipient several fellowships and awards. Moreover, the name 'Bhatpara' initiates from the ancient name "Bhatta-Palli", where 'Bhatta' refers to the sect of Bramhin Sanskrit pandits and 'palli' stands for locality or village. Who can also forget eruditeness of Murari Mohan Vedantaditirtha of Sastri Krishnadhan Smriti Jyotish Chatuspathi and also president of Howrah Pandit Samaj?
According to Dinanath Mishra, a committee was set up in 1949 to better the condition of Sanskrit education in Bengal and following the committee’s recommendations a few steps were also adopted by the (then) state government. In 1971, an ad hoc committee was also set up by the (then) state government. It was also announced that a permanent committee would be set up within the next one year. But the plan did not materialize and the following rule is nothing but a disaster. And the Left rule in Bengal proved to be disastrous for Sanskrit education.

Kashinath Maitra, senor advocate for petitioner, also expressed briefly how the condition is moving to the worst and also lamented over Bengal’s performance in this sphere compared to other Indian states. He urged the Court to make arrangements to revitalize this noble tradition so that the following generations can venerate it instead of considering it as a way of financial gain.




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