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A language should not be associated with any religion, region or culture: Satya Vrat Shastri

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Sanskrit lives on and it knows no barriers. Muslims and Christians made immense contributions towards the development of Sanskrit.


"It’s incorrect to believe that Sanskrit was never a spoken language and was an artificial expression invented by a group of people to maintain their superiority over others" - Satya Vrat Shastri


Satya Vrat Shastri was a Sanskrit scholar, writer and grammarian. He has written three Mahakavyas, three Khandakavyas, one Prabandhakavyas and one Patrakavya and five works in critical writing in Sanskrit indeed a great achievement! He was awarded with Jnanpith award in the year 2006, along with Ravindra Kelekar for his contributions to Sanskrit literature. He was the first writer from Sanskrit literature to receive this award. At present he is an honorary professor at the Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. His great contributions to Sanskrit literature include - Ramakirtimahakavyam, Brahattaram Bharatam, Sribodhisattvacharitam, Vaidika Vyakarana, Sarmanyadesah Sutram Vibhati, and Discovery of Sanskrit Treasures. He has received Sahitya academy award in the year 1968. He has received infinite awards and honours National wide as well as internati

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