Lucknow: The state government will soon start a Sanskrit training course for those interested in learning the language. UP Sanskrit Sansthan will offer the course which will be free of cost. Dr Vachaspati Mishra, president of the UP Sanskrit Sansthan, said that students, who are interested in learning and studying Sanskrit, will also be imparted information about moral values along with the knowledge of Sanskrit. “It is a novel effort by the government to teach Sanskrit through free classes along with Hindi and English,” he said. Interested persons can register by giving a missed call on a number released by the institute. Virtual classes will be held for one hour each day for 20 days. Classes are likely to start by July-end. “The government is making the youth aware of the importance of Sanskrit and is taking steps to promote the language,” said a government spokesperson.
Courtesy – TOI