sNskRUt LANGUAGE:....HELPS ALL WHO INTERACTS WITH PVAF...AND NOW MADHYA PRADESH SCHOOLS IN INDIA IS GOING sNsKRUt......
Posted by Ashram News Reporter on February 11, 2005

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Scholarship To
Over 44,000 Sanskrit Students
In Madhya Pradesh, India

Madhya Pradesh Government:
Bhopal, India, January 28, 2005:

With a view to promoting Sanskrit learning and teaching of Sanskrit language a number of steps have been taken in Madhya Pradesh.

As part of these efforts, scholarship is being provided to 44,200 Sanskrit students in the state. Besides, assistance is being provided for modernization of traditional Sanskrit Pathshalas.

 
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The word sNskRUt means as per Apte's sNskRUt-English Dictionary:

sNskRUtM

  • Refined or highly polished speech which is sNskRUt language;
  • Language of daevtaao (sages, gods, goddesses and all the descendants of the 7 first rushio and all others born as mind-born sons of grandfather pRjaapti bRH`maa;
  • A sacred usage of anything in creation
  • An offering or oblation in veDik vidhio (rites).

sNskRUt:

  • A word formed in sNskrut language according to the rules of grammar or derivative therefrom;
  • A bRaaHmAN, KSHTRiy or vaiSH`y person to whom all the sNskaar (veDikly prescribed rites from conception) has been performed;
  • A man who is learned in all veD.

sNskRUt

  • Anything excellent, adorned, decorated, cleansed, purified, consecrated, hallowed, made perfect, refined, polished, cultivated, artificially made, cooked.

(The above contributed from veD library of SRii champaklal dajibhai mistry)

STUDY OF veD IN sNskRUt LANGUAGE IS LIFE-KEY FOR
 PVAF VOLUNTEERS AND NON-VOLUNTEERS

Since 1996 at PVAF, there are many volunteers and non-volunteers who have been studying veD = SCIENCES OF CREATION AND LIFE in order to really understand their own individual self and his/her own relationship with all other creations...

This search called aatmaa-GNaan meaning KNOWING ONESELF has helped each of these students of veD in finding and then pursuing his/her own path based on TRUE KNOWLEDGE....to prosper in life in a non-conflicting manner harmonious manner based on the rules and regulations of DHARm.....

And the bonus to PVAF has been selfless and DHARmik volunteers and donors who have done miracles with the blessing of veD knowledge in establishing and continually expanding the PVAF GUJRAAT EDUCATION PROGRAM (PVAF GEP) which has in 4 years given a chance to 7 students to have their university education which will give each one of the students and their families a breakout of generational poverty....

And in January 2005 these PVAF volunteers are processing  10 more students who could be helped to get their university education through PVAF GEP....

One of the amazing facts these PVAF volunteers and non-volunteers who study veD at PVAF have discovered is that they have to learn sNskRUt language to really understand veD...and they are learning sNskRUt language at PVAF.....The meaning of volunteering through sNskRUt language learning have given a new life perspective and volunteering perspective to these learners...

BUT THESE
PVAF GEP  STUDENTS
WHO CANNOT GET UNIVERSITY EDUCATION DUE TO POVERTY
NEED YOUR DONATION

Please visit the PVAF GEP page
on this PVAF web site by just clicking on the name

and/or

 Email to PVAF GEP
for information on HOW YOU CAN DONATE TO CHANGE THE LIFE OF A POOR STUDENT AND HIS/HER FAMILY FOR EVER....

Please click on the next line to continue reading about the revival of learning sNskRUt language in schools in Madhya Pradesh, India......



Madhya Pradesh Government, India  
REVIVING sNskRUt
THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE OF veDik PEOPLES
AND
THE LANGUAGE OF Daevtaao (GODS AND GODDESSES)......

In order to improve the condition of Sanskrit Pathshalas, a state level committee has been constituted to give suggestions in this regard. The committee will study the present condition, curriculum, teaching method, inspection and supervision system, distribution of scholarship and availability of Information Technology and suggest measures to improve them in these Pathshalas

For bringing about qualitative improvement in Sanskrit teaching, an orientation programme is being implemented for Sanskrit teachers in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

It may be mentioned that the State Government is making special efforts to give an impetus to Sanskrit learning in the state.

Moreover, a book entitled Sanskrit Bhasha Shikshanam has been published to facilitate training to the Sanskrit teachers. Besides, 100 teachers/lecturers from each district of the state would undergo training to develop their skill of Sanskrit teaching through Sanskrit medium.

The Madhya Pradesh Sanskrit Board has fixed a target to impart training to five thousand Sanskrit teachers of the state. Over 500 Sanskrit schools of conventional ancient system are being conducted in the state. Of these, 70 schools are being run under the School Education Department and Tribal Welfare Department, ten under the Higher Education Department. Under the first phase of the Sanskrit Paathshala Modernisation Scheme, arrangements are being made for library and teaching of subjects including English, mathematics, science, social science in the government Sanskrit schools.

Now continue reading about Madhya Pradesh state itself.......


About Madhya Pradesh

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Madhya Pradesh, in its present form, came Click Here Madhya Pradesh Map (www.mpinfo.org) into existence on November 1,2000 following its bifurcation to create a new state of Chhattisgarh.The undivided Madhya Pradesh was founded on November 1, 1956.Madhya Pradesh, because of its central location in India, has remained a crucible of historical currents from North, South, East and West.

Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Iron Age Cultures have flourished in the state along Narmada Valley and other river valleys. Rich archaeological wealth has been unearthed in various parts of the state throwing light on its history.

Evidences of earliest human settlements have been found in Bhimbethika and other places of Raisen district. Over 600 rock shelters have been discovered in Bhimbethika. About 500 caves have rock paintings, which depict the life of pre-historic cave-dwellers. Sanchi in Raisen district is a world renowned Buddhist centre known for Bhimbethika Nearest Bhopal Madhya Pradesh (www.mpinfo.org) its stupas, monuments, temples and pillars dating from 3rd century B.C. to 12th century A.D. The most famous Sanchi stupa was built by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka, then governor of Ujjain. Bhojpur, in the same district is famous for its incomplete but marvelous Shiva temple, built by legendary Parmar King of Dhar, Raja Bhoj (1010-53).Khajuraho in Chhatarpur district is renowned the world over for its unique temples. Built by Chandela rulers from 950-1050 A.D., in a truly inspired burst of creativity these temples are a unique gift to the world. Orchha in Tikamgarh district is a medieval legacy in stone built by Bundela rulers in the 16th and 17th centuries. This land is hallowed by the memories of the great warrior Chhatrasal who illumined the pages of history by his heroic deeds.Madhya Pradesh has a number of important pilgrimage centres. While Ujjain and Omkareshwar have special significance due to Shrines having two of the twelve jyotirlingas, Maheshwar, Mandleshwar, Amarkantak, Hoshangabad are also important in their own rights.

Madhya Pradesh has produced great men and women who are held in high esteem due to their great deeds. India's immortal poet-dramatist Kalidas belonged to Ujjain and great musician Tansen to Gwalior. Bravery of great women like Durgawati, Avantibai, Kamlapati and Devi Ahilya Bai is inscribed in golden letters in history.In the freedom struggle, many movements were successfully launched in Madhya Pradesh coinciding with the Non-Cooperation Movement and Quit India Movement. Flag Satyagraha of Jabalpur in 1923, Salt Satyagraha of 1930 in Jabalpur and Jangle Satyagraha started by tribals are the notable movements. Almost all parts of the state were active in freedom struggle, though at different times.

Madhya Pradesh is the second largest Indian state in size with an area of 308,000 sq. kms

 

Population (Census 2001)

60253 (In Thousand)

Male

31387 (    --"--      )

Female

28866 (    --"--      )

Scheduled Tribes (Census 1991)

96,82,000   (19.94 %)

Scheduled Castes (Census 1991)

74,78,000 (15.40 %)

Area (in sq. kms.)

308,000

Districts 

48

Tehasils

271

Development Blocks

313

Total villages

55,392

Populated villages

52,143

Gram Panchayats

22,029

Literacy

64.1 percent

Male

76.5 percent

Female

50.6 percent

Density of Population

196 per sq. kms.

Male-Female Ratio

920 :  933

The concept of District Governance has been implemented and District Planning Committees have been empowered to plan and execute development works. A system of village level governance, Gram Swaraj, has been  put in place, from Jan. 26, 2001, under which Gram Sabhas have been bestowed with considerable powers for  development of villages and welfare activities.

 



 



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