🔥 World Samskrit Day 2020 | UGC appealed to all universities to celebrate Samskrit Day. Secretary Rajneesh Jain wrote a letter asking them to celebrate Sanskrit Week. UGC appealed to all universities to celebrate Sanskrit Day. Secretary Rajneesh Jain wrote a letter asking her to celebrate Sanskrit week.
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- Sanskrit Day is celebrated every year on Rakshabandhan
- Due to Corona, the participants are organized online
The University Grants Commission (UGC) organized World Sanskrit Day at all universities. In this context, UGC Secretary Rajneesh Jain wrote a letter to the registrants of all universities. In this article, we asked to celebrate Sanskrit Week on the occasion of World Sanskrit Day.
Sanskrit week celebrations until August 6th
According to this letter from the UGC, the group of Sanskrit universities chose World Sanskrit Day from July 31 to August 6 as a “celebration of Sanskrit week”. In such a situation, UGC also asked all universities to celebrate the celebration of Sanskrit Week by other universities on the occasion of World Sanskrit Day. This year, World Sanskrit Day will be celebrated on August 3, Rakhi.
On the occasion of World Sanskrit Day, the celebrations for Sanskrit Week have started. Online competitions take place in this order throughout the week. Due to the corona epidemic, the programs of this event take place online at Sanskrit universities. Programs include story reading, song competitions, and poetry recitations in Sanskrit for Acharya and Shastri students.
Sanskrit Day is celebrated on the day of Rakshabandhan
In 1969, the Indian government announced adherence to Rakshabandhan, the full moon day of Shravan Month, as World Sanskrit Day. Since then, Rakhi’s festival day has been celebrated every year as Sanskrit Day.