Sanskrit Camp organised by Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir in association with Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan and Sanskrit Bharti

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Sanskrit is the heritage of India. It is the mother of all languages and the future of all technology, yet its importance is undermined today. It is not a secret that despite knowing the sophisticated significance of Sanskrit, it is looked down upon as outdated. To revive the lost essence of the language and to inculcate it in the daily lives of children, Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir is working constantly.

With the guidance of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir organised a Sanskrit speaking camp from 16th to 25th June 2018 at Pitampura, Nehru Place and Dwarka centres of Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan wherein, through various actvities and contests, an effort was made to make Sanskrit learning interesting.

Over 250 students and Sanskrit lovers took part in the Camp. They were taught basic Sanskrit speaking and understanding skills to be able to use it in everyday lives. Sanskrit Bharti contributed its teachers and provides immense support to the camp.

The closing ceremony of the Camp organised on 26th June 2018 saw the presence of many dignitaries including Prof. Dr. Santosh Shukla Ji (JNU), Devakinandan Ji, Ramkrishnapur Coordinator, Sanskrit Bharti, Shri Sateesh Maheshwari Ji (RSS), Shri Vinayak Hegde Ji, Communication Head, Sanskrit Bharti, Delhi, Dr. Vijay Singh, Head of teaching staff, Sanskrit Bharti, Delhi, Shri Ashok Kumar Ji, Sanskrit Bharti, and Dr. S. S. Goel Ji, Former Principal Director, Hindu College, Panipat. Various activities like Sanksrit poetry recitation, songs, theatre, and contests were organised at the closing ceremony too.

10 days of Sanskrit communucation at this Camp taught the students the real meaning and importance of Sanskrit along with its ease and simplicity of understanding. Certificates of Course completion were awarded to all students followed by prasad distribution.

The 10-day Sanskrit camp thus ended on an auspicious note.

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