Sri Sri Ravishankar and Pejawar Swamy Sri Vishvesh Teertha bless Samskrit Bharati
Pejawar Swami Sri VeshveshTeertha and Sri Sri Ravishankar blessed the Samskrit Bharati at its three day convention held at Art of Living Ashram in Bengaluru. Speaking at the inaugural session Pejawar Swamy said if we mix English with any of the Indian language it is called a mix language and not a pure language. But if Samskrit is mixed with any Indian language, the regional language will be called Sadhu Bhasha i.e pure language. He called the Samskrit as sootra language, as it explains everything in brief and is used as a link language.
Sri Sri Ravishankar had to leave to Punjab for a Valmiki birthday function. Therefore, he blessed the function through a video clipping. He welcomed the representatives from all the provinces and said serving Samskrit will lead to wel being of not only Bharat but also of the world. He threw open all the facilities available in the Ashram for making the convention a grand success.
Dr Mallepuram Venkatesh, Bangalore Samskrit University Vice Chancellor, Advocate Naganand, President of the Reception Committee also shared the dais. National president of Sanskrit Bharati Prof Chandkiran Salooja presided over the function.
Speaking at a panel discussion former Union Minister Dr Subramanian Swamy said Sanskrit should be the national language of Bharat. Dr Bahirappa, an eminent Kannada writer with many awards to his name and Shri Chamu
Krishna Shastry also spoke on the occasion.