Participation of more than 750 students across the world
Fifteen days ‘Online Course’ has been organised
Sanskrit language had been considered a ‘dead language’ by the Congress. This is the reason why Indian people had been deprived of the ancient knowledge. The politicians of our country should be ashamed that Sanskrit language, the world’s most ancient language, has been neglected at its origin even after decades of achieving independence ! It is expected from the present Central Government that the glory of Sanskrit language should again be restored !
Indore (M.P.) – Ancient Indian Science is being taught in Sanskrit language at ‘IIT Indore’. 750 students across the world have sought admission in this course. A 15-days online ‘course’ has been started to understand ancient Indian masterpieces like Bhaskaracharya’s ‘Lilavati’ and many other Ancient Indian Books in their original forms. The knowledge is being imparted in Sanskrit language by the specialist faculty from ‘IIT Mumbai’ and ‘IIT Indore’. The syllabus of this course includes Chemistry, Astronomy, Medicine, Botany and this total knowledge is being imparted in Sanskrit language. Students can learn these books in Scientific Language and understand them in Ancient Language.
Sanskrit language will be the only language in the future! – Prof. Neelesh Kumar Jain
Executive Director of ‘IIT Indore’, Prof. Neelesh Kumar Jain inaugrated this program. On this occasion, he has said that, “Sanskrit is an ancient language, which at trying to find its place in the so-called modern intellegentia. It will be the only language which will remain in the future. It is great pleasure for me to relate the people to Sanskrit language through this program. We have not started this program as a hobby, but there is a need to start such programs”.
IIT-Indore to teach ancient Indian science in Sanskrit https://t.co/1xqcjmed09
— TOI India (@TOIIndiaNews) August 28, 2020
It is very essential to preserve the Sanskrit language! – Prof Ganthi S Murthy.
The convenor of this program Prof Ganthi S Murthy has said, “Many books have been written in Sanskrit on Agriculture, Mathematics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Medicine, etc. In order to understand these books, it is necessary to study Sanskrit language. It is very essential to preserve the Sanskrit language.