Nepal-India Sanskrit Scholars Propose Annual International Conference, Study Centre

Apr1,2024



Kathmandu: Nepali and Indian sanskrit scholar Collaborating on an important initiative: proposing an event International Sanskrit Conference annual. Additionally, they advocate the establishment of a dedicated study center, The center will serve as a hub to conduct in-depth research and facilitate publication of Sanskrit texts, with a special focus on manuscripts discovered in the Himalayan nation.
Adoption of five-point resolution at the end of the three-day program Nepal-India According to a press release, the participants at the International Sanskrit Conference in Kathmandu also adopted a resolution to provide assistance for the development of Gurukuls in Nepal in collaboration with Maharishi Sandipani Veda Vidya Pratishthan, Ujjain.
A proposal mentions that the Niti Research Foundation Nepal will function as the head office of the Nepal-India Center for Sanskrit Studies.
The center will conduct joint research and arrange for publication and study of Sanskrit texts from both Nepal and India Sanskrit manuscripts Found in Nepal.
It is estimated that about five lakh unpublished Sanskrit manuscripts are preserved in the Archeology Department of Nepal.
According to a release issued by Niti Research on Sunday, one proposal mentions organizing a training program to enhance the ability of Nepali Sanskrit students in India to learn Sanskrit.
As per the resolution, Central Sanskrit University, Delhi, will facilitate the libraries of Gurukuls in Nepal and provide necessary books to Sanskrit educational institutions in Nepal.
The conference also adopted a resolution to preserve the Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit languages ​​as well as promote the religion, culture, philosophy, history and archeology of Nepal and India.
The three-day conference, organized by Niti Research Foundation in collaboration with Central Sanskrit University, Delhi and India Foundation, Delhi, saw the participation of over 120 Sanskrit scholars, professors and government officials from both the neighboring countries.
The main objective of the international conference was to strengthen and promote Nepal-India relations. Sanskrit education In Nepal and India. pti sbp zh



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