International Sanskrit Day celebrated in Pune

ST Correspondent
Sunday, 6 August 2017

Pune: Gurukul Sanskrit Academy celebrated ‘International Sanskrit Day’ 
on Sunday. 

The event was celebrated in the divine presence of P Padmanabhan, the 
chief guest. 

The students of the academy presented various skits, songs and individual acts. This was later followed by Laghubakshanam, light refreshments. 

Gurukul Sanskrit Academy is a part of Geeta Ashram, Pune, which aims to promote and develop the ancient Sanskrit language. 

Pune: Gurukul Sanskrit Academy celebrated ‘International Sanskrit Day’ 
on Sunday. 

The event was celebrated in the divine presence of P Padmanabhan, the 
chief guest. 

The students of the academy presented various skits, songs and individual acts. This was later followed by Laghubakshanam, light refreshments. 

Gurukul Sanskrit Academy is a part of Geeta Ashram, Pune, which aims to promote and develop the ancient Sanskrit language. 

All the activities of the Sanskrit Gurukul Academy are for all age groups of people and are carried out free of cost.
 

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