Varanasi, April 07 (H.S.). Talking in Sanskrit makes the practice of Sanskrit language easy and quick. The language that comes into everyday practice grows and develops. For the development of Sanskrit language, practice in Sanskrit is essential. It is easier to understand the spoken language by listening to it than by reading the written one. Sound, acting, facial expressions and premises (atmosphere) etc. are the reasons for this.
These things were said on Thursday by the Dean of Shramana Vidya, Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Prof. Ramesh Prasad says The occasion was the closing ceremony of the ten-day workshop (Sanskrit speech) organized under the banner of Department of Education of the University. Pro. Ramesh, as the chief guest, said that this feeling of ‘Sanskrit is simple’ will be created in the public with the help of Sanskrit speech. There is consciousness in speech, so the other person is also excited to speak. In this way the Sanskrit language reaches the individual. Without any discrimination of caste, creed, state etc., everyone knows about it.
Earlier, Dr. Vishakha Shukla, coordinator of the workshop and Professor of Education Department, welcomed the trainees along with the guests and instructors. During this, Dr. Vishakha shared the experience gained in the workshop to the students of Education I and II. Dr. Ravi Shankar Pandey, instructor of Sanskrit speech, outlined the ten-day workshop.