Little Guru -Sanskrit learning app launched in Bangladesh


The Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC) of the Indian High Commission in Bangladesh launched a Sanskrit learning app on Monday. High Commissioner of India in Bangladesh Vikram Doraiswami, Anuj Sharma, CEO and Founder (Little Guru), and Namita Mandal, Chairperson, Sanskrit Department, University of Dhaka were also present on the occasion.

The Sanskrit learning app is part of the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) campaign to promote the Sanskrit language among students, religious scholars, Indologists, and historians across the world.

The Sanskrit learning app ‘Little Guru’ is based on an interactive platform that will make Sanskrit learning easy, entertaining, and fun. This app will assist people who are already learning Sanskrit or who want to learn Sanskrit in a fun and easy way using games, competition, prizes, peer-to-peer interactions, and other methods. According to a press release issued by the Indian High Commission on Sunday, this app blends education and entertainment.

The ICCR has been inundated with requests from people all over the world who want to learn Sanskrit. Sanskrit is used in many Buddhist, Jain, and other religious texts. These countries have shown a strong desire for assistance in learning the language.

Several universities across the world where Sanskrit is taught have shown keen interest in an App that would help the students in these universities and others who wish to pursue learning of Sanskrit.

Sanskrit is considered one of the world’s oldest languages. It is the greatest gift that ancient India made to the world. Sanskrit is widely acknowledged as the language of the world’s oldest literature.

With the growth of civilization many Indian languages, as well as some neighboring languages such as Singhalese, Burmese, and Malaysian, were depended heavily on Sanskrit words. Sanskrit literature is a vast ocean full from pearls of wisdom. Sanskrit’s script is the first feature that distinguishes it from many other languages. Sanskrit is usually written in Devanagari.

Vedas, Geeta, Upanishads, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Arthashashtra, and many other books, which are still regarded as the finest piece by a large portion of our society can easily be understood if Sanskrit is learned.

“The only solution to be reached was the findings of a great sacred language of which all others would be considered as manifestations and that was found in Sanskrit.” -Swami Vivekananda.


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