AddressRamakrishna Vidya Mandir (CBSE), Ramakrishna Puri, Thatipur, Gwalior
Sanskrit Day and Its Celebration
- National Sanskrit day was first seen in the year of 1969 and is celebrated every year on the full moon day or poornima day of the holy month of Shravana.
- This is based on Hindu lunar calendar and as per the date in normal calendar, it keeps on varying every year.
- On Sanskrit day speech, lectures, Seminars, workshop and other events are organized to promote the usage of this language and to incorporate in academics and in day to day life.
- It needs an existence outside the boundaries of worship and rituals.
- Our next generation should know about Sanskrit as the foundations for the languages we use today.
- Sanskrit day as a part of Our India- Our Pride events from Himalai we want to create an awareness to enrich Sanskrit as the root of all Indian languages.