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The Supreme Court shared its thoughts on Sanskrit row on Friday which was almost a verbatim reiteration of Agniveer’s views expressed in Sanskrit, German and Hindutva Agenda.
The highest court of the country appreciated the decision to promote Sanskrit. It agreed that replacing Sanskrit with German was a mistake. It asked the Central Government to not punish the students for its mistake.
To highlight the importance of Sanskrit, it literally echoed Agniveer’s words. It said that “Sanskrit is Mother of all languages”. It added:
“Why should we forget about our culture. With Sanskrit, you can learn other languages easily,”
Compare with what Agniveer wrote in Sanskrit, German and Hindutva Agenda:
Mother of all languages
Furthermore, Sanskrit forms the foundation of most languages in world. In fact all major Indian languages are children of mother Sanskrit….. If one learns Sanskrit, he or she becomes much more fluent and trained to master any other Indian language…What more, Sanskrit is the foundation of entire Indian culture…If one wants to truly be an Indian, one must love the mother of Indian culture – Sanskrit.
Agniveer thanks the highest court of country from bottom of its heart for reaffirming its commitment to roots of our glorious nation and paving way to promote Sanskrit as a means to unify and strengthen the nation. Agniveer also remembers Dr BR Ambedkar who wanted Sanskrit to be the national language of India.
To conclude, we would like to appeal once again:
Let us come back to life. Let us assert our intelligence. Let us declare that we are not petty chemical reactions. Let us stand up to protect, preserve and nurture our cultural roots. Let us become champions of our Sanskrit and Sanskriti (culture).
Let whole world be dazzled and enlightened with our heritage. The century belongs to India. Let us rise up to fulfill the call of the destiny.
To read original article, please visit http://agniveer.com/sanskrit-german-and-hindutva-agenda/
Spend few minutes daily on one of these and you will be able to learn basics of conversational Sanskrit in simple manner.