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Sanskrit Diwas

About the Sanskrit language
Sanskrit is one of the oldest and most revered Indian languages. It is a divine language also cherished as Dev Vani or the language of gods. Sanskrit is the most diverse and sacred language in Hindu cosmology. 

Significance of Sanskrit Diwas
Sanskrit discovers immense importance and significance in the Vedic realm. All the Vedas and Upanishads are written in Sanskrit only. The primary texts elaborate that Sanskrit was the language of gods. The divine godhead and the Indo Aryans followed the beautiful language of Sanskrit. All the sacred texts, legends and epics are written in Sanskrit. 

Sanskrit Diwas is celebrated to revere and maintain the Sanskrit language’s integrity. It is observed on the Shravan Purnima or the full moon day of the Shravan month according to the Hindu lunar calendar. Sanskrit Diwas is also widely known as Vishva-Sanskrit-dinam. This day was celebrated in 1969 for the first time, and since then, it has been observed with the same joy and euphoria. The sages and rishis promote the Sanskrit language; thus, the beautiful festivity is also known as rishi parv. 

How to celebrate Sanskrit Diwas?
Sanskrit Diwas is celebrated by cherishing the importance of the classical language. Various programs and religious events glorify the beautiful day. Sanskrit Diwas is observed with immense glory and arrangements in schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. Samiksha Bharat- a renowned organisation, executes grand programs on this day. On Sanskrit Diwas, people cherish the rich Sanskrit language and nurture its roots. 

Benefits of celebrating Sanskrit Diwas
Following are a few notable boons of celebrating Sanskrit Diwas:

  • ● Sanskrit Diwas takes devotees closer to this beautiful native language.
  • ● Celebrating this pious occasion takes us closer to our culture, roots and divine heritage.
  • ● It brings a better understanding of the Sanskrit language.
  • ● The glorious festival brings spiritual and auspicious vibes.
  • ● It promotes the prominence of the Sanskrit language.
  • ● Sanskrit Diwas helps revive the Vedic culture and brings an optimistic aura.

Seek all the above boons by the celebration of Sanskrit Diwas. You can get in touch with us to know more about this auspicious festival. We will assist you in the rituals and right tithis to observe this glorious day.