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Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir participated in Samskrit Sammelan organised by Samskrit Bharati to promote and preserve Sanskrit language in Sector 17, Rohini, Delhi on March 17th 2024. Sadhvi Yogdivya Bharti Ji, disciple of Divya Guru Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji represented Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir along with BrahmGyani Ved Pathi-s and samskrit scholars of DJVM.

DJVM participates in Samskrit Sammelan hosted by Samskrit Bharti in Delhi to Promote Samskrit Language and Culture

Many esteemed organisations, scholars, educators, and enthusiasts from various organisations like Balaji mandir, Iskon, Patanjali, Art of living, Royal public school etc., all united for the upliftment of Samskrit language. One of the key objectives of the program was to highlight Samskrit's status as the mother of all Indian languages, emphasizing its unparalleled richness and depth.

Many sanskrit-centred cultural performances including Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Cultural dances, Shiv tandav stotram and other shloka & mantra chanting were delivered from the stage.

DJVM participates in Samskrit Sammelan hosted by Samskrit Bharti in Delhi to Promote Samskrit Language and Culture

Divya Jyoti ved mandir’s Brahmgyani vedpathi-s gave an impressive presentation on Shiv Panchakshar Stotram along with a dance performance on Sanskrit song by its students. After that, Sadhvi Yogdivya Bharti ji, gave an enlightening speech on the cultural, scientific and civilizational significance of Samskrit, recognizing it as a cornerstone of India's identity and heritage.

The program was conducted by Mr. Vikram Ji and Mr. Yogendra Rana, President Sanskrit Bharati of Rohini district. In the program, Sanskrit Bharati's Delhi province Head Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh, Provincial member Mr. Vinayak Hegde, Treasurer Mr. Devdutt Dwivedi, Department coordinator Narayan Dwivedi, District coordinator Mrs. Archana Rana, teaching head Mrs. Shweta Dwivedi, Mrs. Vibha Joshi, Sonika Sister, Mrs. Nutan Singh, Mrs. Bhavani Hegde, Mr. Shiv Pandey and District Sanskrit Bharati, Pracharak Mr. Manish ji were present.

The viewers were awestruck by witnessing the grandeur and pronunciation of the shlokas and mantras chanted by the Brahm Gyani Ved Pathi-s of DJVM. All the participants were awarded with mementos by Samskrit Bharati. In the end, Sadhvi Yogdivya Bharti Ji and Sadhvi Ripuhana Bharti Ji presented everyone with DJJS literature.

In addition to fostering a deeper understanding of Samskrit, the Sammelan aimed to inspire the creation of a Samskrit-centric environment in society and schools. By promoting Samskrit education and scholarship, the organizers hope to propel India towards reclaiming its position as a world leader, with Samskrit as a symbol of its cultural prowess and intellectual legacy.

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