Sanskrit, the mother of languages can give us a Harmonious and Global Vision through Hindu Tradition.

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Sanskrit needs global recognition: Haksar

Toronto, Oct 21 (PTI):
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Sanskrit, the mother of languages’ in Indian subcontinent and South-East Asian countries, could play an important role in promoting multiculturalism, a noted scholar has said.
vedapath“Global exposure of the vast literature of Sanskrit which is a major component of India’s cultural heritage, will help in better understanding of Indian culture, and accelerate multi-culturasim in the world,” Aditya Narayan Dhairyasheel Haksar said while delivering a talk on “Literary Translation in a Multi-Cultural World” at the York Centre for Asian Research (YCAR), York University.He said that while the great sacred and philosophical works were well known, but other aspects of Sanskrit literature were yet to receive public exposure. Haksar pointed out challenges faced in translating Sanskrit literary work into English and said that there was a distinction between literal and literary translation as later maintained flavour of…

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