Friday , April 19 2024

Many research related to Indian culture still remains: Sanjay Sriharsh

Lucknow, 17 February (HS). A seminar on the topic of Emperor Vikramaditya in Indian history was organized on Saturday at Navyug Girls College located in Rajendra Nagar. On this occasion, National Co-Organization Minister of All India History Compilation Scheme, Sanjay Shriharsh said that there is a lot of research left on Indian culture at the regional level. More information still needs to be collected for this. The contribution of common people of a particular region in building the pride of the nation should also be recorded. 962 Digambar Jain books are available on Vikramaditya. He also discussed the report of excavation done in 1964-65 in Ujjaini and the inscription of Vikramaditya available from a water source 35 kilometers away from Ujjain.

Dr. Girish Gupta told that a cultural program is organized every year on Chaitra Shukla Navratri Pratipada, the day of creation. The committee publishes the souvenir 'Navchaitanya' to make the society aware about the new year based on Indian calendar. Seminars on the scientificity of Vikram Samvat are organized in degree and technical colleges. Chairman of Navvar Chetna Committee, Dr. Girish Gupta presented 09 issues of Nav Chaitanya magazine and a book named Samrat Vikramaditya to the college library.

On this occasion, the program was also addressed by journalist Prabhat Ranjan Deen and Dr. Sunil Aggarwal of the committee and Principal of Navyug Girls College Manjula Upadhyay. In the program Prof. Sangeeta Kotwal, Sharmita Nandi, Srishti Srivastava, Ajay Saxena, Omprakash Pandey, Arun Mishra, Dr. Nivedita Rastogi and Dr. Rashmi Srivastava were included.