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India News | Sanskrit intertwined with Indian culture: BJP leader Nadda

New Delhi, May 7 (PTI) Stating that Sanskrit is intimately linked to Indian culture, BJP Chairman JP Nadda said on Saturday that his party is a protector of the ancient language and works to promote it.

Speaking to “Utkarsh Mahotsav” organized by Central Sanskrit University, Nadda said the BJP is ideologically pro-Sanskrit and the party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave no stone unturned to promote Indian traditions and culture.

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He claimed that the origin of science, knowledge, mathematics and philosophy is rooted in language.

Noting that the Modi government has given the National Sanskrit University Lal Bahadur Shastri and the Central Sanskrit University Delhi, as well as the National Sanskrit University the status of central university, the BJP President said that this showed the Prime Minister’s commitment.

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It is a responsive, accountable, pro-poor and proactive government, he said.

The current era is the best for the promotion of Sanskrit and culture, and it is everyone’s responsibility to ensure that it is so, he added.

India is unmatched in the world because of its culture, Nadda said.

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