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CSU making significant contribution in advancement of Sanskrit: Sham Sharma

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JAMMU: Former Minister and State Vice President BJP Sham Lal Sharma and RTO Jammu Dhananter Singh on Wednesday released two research journals namely Shrivaishnavi and Shikshamritam published by Central Sanskrit University, Sri Ranbir Campus, Jammu. Both these research journals of the university have recently been included in the care list by UGC Pune.
Speaking on the occasion, Sham Lal said that Shri Ranbir campus of Central Sanskrit University, Jammu, is making significant contributions in the advancement of Sanskrit. He said that Sanskrit heritage, our culture and traditions have survived only through such institutions.
The former minister said that in these research journals, Sanskrit scholars and young researchers from across the country, through their research papers, have highlighted the quality of research in the field of Sanskrit, which will increase awareness about Sanskrit among the public.
The program was presided over by the campus director Prof. Madan Mohan Jha who said that it is a matter of pride for the university campus that these research journals are included in the care list of UGC.
The program was conducted by Sharat Chandra Sharma, Dean and Head of the Department of Modern Subjects of the University.
At the beginning of the program, Manish, a student of the Veda department, presented the Vedic Manglacharan.
Welcoming the guests, the head of the Department of Vedas, by Prof. Manoj Mishra and vote of thanks was presented by Prof. Prabhat Mohapatra, head of the Department of Jyotish.
On this occasion, Mahant Rohit Shastri, Rakesh Gandotra, Dr Kailash Chandra Dash, Dr. Ghanshyam Mishra, Dr. Krishna Murari Mani Tripathi, Dr. Chakradhar Meher, Pankaj, Dr. Tejnath Poudel, Dr. Pramod Shukla, Vishal Mahajan, Dr. Santosh Godra, Maninder Singh, Bishan Das, Savyasachi Sharma and Vidyasagar were also present.

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