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Inspirational blog articles by prominent Samskrita Bharati leaders on the movement.

Samskrita Sahitya Utsava

Samskrita Sahitya Utsava organized by several Samskrit organizations will be held in February, 21 -23, 2013 in Ujjain, Madhyapradesh.  Here, all Samskrit organizations, academies, Universities and Departments will work together to provide a platform for Samskrit-writers to exhibit their scholarship, … Continue reading

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Comics in Samskritam: Show your Support!

How would you like the highly fascinating Amar Chitra Katha comic books to be available in Samskritam? Samskrita Bharati’s Bangalore volunteers are taking precisely this task in a big way. They are working with Amar Chitra Katha Publications to be … Continue reading

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SB Camps Exemplify Principled Living: Speech by Sri Satyanarayana Bhat, SB Karnataka

Sri Satyanarayana Bhat, Karnataka State Secretary of Samskrita Bharati, and a full-time sevavrati, has delivered the following inspiring speech as the main vakta of the 2012 SB shikShaka prashikShaNa varga in Vagdevi Vilas High School, Munnekolalu, Bangalore on May 12, … Continue reading

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Two options

News such as ‘Kendriya Vidyala offers the option of German over Samskrit’ ‘Andhra University shuts down its Samskrit Department’ ‘Colleges affiliated to the North Gujarat University offer the option of Hindi, instead of mandatory Samskrit for first year B.A. students,  … Continue reading

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Teach While You Learn

If we wish to see Samskrit language being widely used in all the states and Union Territories of India within the next two-three decades, we should start planning the strategy for the same, right away. Do most people want to … Continue reading

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The Thirst for Samskrit Content on the Internet

The spread of any language has always has been directly influenced by the easy availability of adequate and quality content in that language. People desire to quench their thirst for knowledge generally through the language of their preference. During the … Continue reading

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