Jaipur Prant convention of Samskrit Bharati resolved to carry the torch of Sanskrit language to all nooks and corners of the state. The main speaker at the convention was Shri Shreesh Deopujari, Akhil Bharatiya Project Pramukh of Samskrit Bharati. He apprised the audience of various projects being undertaken by Samskrit Bharati for the propagation of Sanskrit. He said Sambhashana Sandesh, a monthly magazine, is published from Bengaluru with circulation throughout the country including 18 countries of the world. He said correspondence courses are offered in eight languages including Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam. The eight centres that run the courses include Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Pune, Bengaluru, Vijaywada, Chennai and Thrissure.
Sarasvati Sewa Yojana has been started to translate important books into Sanskrit and the translation work of 150 books of various languages is going on. He said a Shabd Shala is being conducted in Tripupati to develop new words keeping in view the new inventions in the field of science, etc. The experts will coin new words according to the Panini grammer, which can be used by all. He said a website of Samskrit Bharati, www.samskritabharati.org/sbindia, is under process and will be inaugurated soon. The talks are going on for producing audio books as the youngsters and corporate people do not have sufficient time to read.
A Samvad Shala has been started in Delhi for those who want to speak Sanskrit fluently. Such people can come to Samvad Shala for a 14 days residential training. People from all states excluding Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura and Pondechery have taken part in the Samvad Shala. Participants from 18 countries including USA, Russia, China, Germany, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Poland, Ireland, Ukraine, Trinidad, Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Nepal, Bhutan also participated in it.
The Convention was held at Shri Krishna Satsang Girls Collage in Sikar from January 31 to February 2. A total of 155 delegates including 45 women from 31 places attended the convention.