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- Sanskrit day is widely known yearly on Rakshabandhan
- As a consequence of Corona, members might be organized on-line
The College Grants Fee (UGC) has appealed to prepare World Sanskrit Day in all universities. On this regard, UGC Secretary Rajneesh Jain has written a letter to the registrants of all universities. This paper has requested to have fun ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’ on the event of World Sanskrit Day.
Sanskrit week celebrations to be held until 6 August
In line with this letter written by the UGC, the group of Sanskrit universities has selected World Sanskrit Day from 31 July to six August as a ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’. In such a state of affairs, UGC has additionally requested all universities to have fun ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’ from different universities on the event of World Sanskrit Day. This 12 months, World Sanskrit Day might be celebrated on three August Rakhi.
On the event of World Sanskrit Day, Sanskrit Week celebrations have began. On this order, on-line competitions might be held all through the week. The truth is, because of the Corona epidemic, packages of this occasion are going down on-line in Sanskrit universities. The packages embody studying tales, tune competitions and poetry recitation in Sanskrit for Acharya degree and Shastri degree college students.
Sanskrit day is widely known on the day of Rakshabandhan
In 1969, the Authorities of India introduced the observance of Rakshabandhan, the complete moon day of Shravan month, as World Sanskrit Day. Since then, yearly, the competition day of Rakhi is widely known as Sanskrit Day.