• Search results for Sanskrit
Image Title
PTI07_30_2021_000129B_1627740397717_1627894841814

Karnataka: BJP government's decision to grant Rs 320 for Sanskrit University triggers Kannada organisations

Kannada language activists have started 'SayNoToSanskrit' campaign. President of Karnataka Rakshana Vedike said, "..The time has arrived to unite against the imposition of Hindi as well as Sanskrit."

Published on 17th January 2022
Vinod Mankara

This Sanskrit science documentary on Mangalyaan is the first of its kind. Here's what's in store for you

Mankara said it would be a complete Sanskrit docu-film by all means as the entire script and dialogues would be in the ancient language

Published on 22nd December 2021
The_School_of_Social_Sciences,_University_of_Hyderabad,_Hyderabad,_India

University of Hyderabad launches interdisciplinary programme that uses computer tools to teach Sanskrit 

The Department of Sanskrit Studies is engaged in the study of Indian Grammatical Theories with a computational perspective

Published on 23rd October 2021
images_(25)

Kantaloor Sala: This beacon of ancient knowledge in Kerala can help enlighten youngsters 

Kantaloor Sala in Kerala is equivalent in status to the famed Nalanda University and flourishes in the study of Vedas, Sanskrit and Military Science

Published on 14th October 2021
Gaudapada_Mandukya_Karika_manuscript_page_sample_i,_Sanskrit,_Devanagari_script

Civil service aspirants will be provided with free Sanskrit coaching in UP to 'promote Sanskrit'

The state is also encouraging aspirants to opt for Sanskrit as their main subject. The coaching classes will be provided by the UP Sanskrit Sansthan

Published on 19th August 2021
Telugu-Sanskrit

UP offers online Sanskrit classes for foreign students

The UP Sanskrit Sansthan is expanding its online Sanskrit speech training helpline for the students of foreign origin

Published on 6th August 2021
online_classes

Over 8.5K students register for Sanskrit online classes in Uttar Pradesh including professionals, doctors and engineers

In order to provide online Sanskrit learning and speech training, the Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Sansthan has started one-hour free classes daily

Published on 26th July 2021
Telugu-Sanskrit

Why is the inclusion of Sanskrit in the Telugu Akademi creating such a fuss?

The Andhra Pradesh government has decided to incorporate Sanskrit into the Telugu Akademi, in terms of both, title and personnel. Here's why it isn't sitting too well with some

Published on 12th July 2021
Laptop

Uttar Pradesh to offer free virtual training in Sanskrit for students completely free of cost

According to a government spokesperson, doctors, engineers, businessmen, students or any person can take free training to speak, read and learn Sanskrit

Published on 6th July 2021
school_pti

Uttar Pradesh introduces new syllabus, students will now learn about COVID, Namami Gange project

In addition to this, children studying in classes 1 and 2 in 1,13,289 government-run primary schools across the state would be taught Sanskrit too

Published on 23rd May 2021
IIT KGP

IIT KGP researchers develop AI system to translate complex Sanskrit text. Here's how it works

Sanskrit has its own challenges when it comes to natural language processing. IIT KGP researchers have developed a system to make it easier to process these texts  

Published on 2nd April 2021
f6d3e0b8-2264-4e85-916b-2d4075b2a558

How Niveditha went from being a dyslexic student with red-marked report cards to being an award-winning PhD scholar

Niveditha B Warrier is a second-year PhD scholar at Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady. She is researching dyslexic narratives in English

Published on 24th February 2021
KEsiraju_Sanskrithi_Concert

Why this 20-year-old Telugu ghazal singer wants to join the Indian Civil Services

Sanskrithi Ghazal's skills have been appreciated far and wide, not just as a singer but as a performer too. We trace her unfinished story and find out where she is headed next. Read on to find out...

Published on 16th February 2021
hintustan-wednesday-teacher-september-september-madrasa-students_1d6a0592-1574-11e7-a5d6-c47fceabb9c0

Assam government set to close down all state-run madrasas, Sanskrit tols

The state government spends about Rs 3-4 crore on madrasas and about Rs 1 crore on Sanskrit tols in the state annually

Published on 10th October 2020
121004011141_iitroorkee_copy

IIT Roorkee conducts online conclave to discuss propagation of Sanskrit

India had been a renowned educational hub in giving birth to premier universities such as Nalanda and Takshshila. Such initiatives will fulfill Prime Minister's vision of  Aatmanirbhar Bharat

Published on 29th September 2020

Search results 1 - 15 of 283