Keep copies of ‘Vedas’ in libraries of schools : Shri. Balsubrahmaniam

Jyeshtha Amawasya , Kaliyug Varsha 5116

Shri. Balsubrahmanyam, Convener, ‘Dharma Rakshan Samiti’, Chennai, Tamil Nadu said, "India, that has great history of Hindu Dharma, is rich in Vedic mathematics, music, Ayurveda, navigation, chemistry, agriculture, archery, aerodynamics etc; but we have ignored everything and adopted western life style. Such education does not inculcate good ‘sanskars’ in children; nor does it generate self-confidence in them. Schools, colleges, roads etc. should be given names after characters from ‘Puranas’. Pictures of Sri Saraswati Devi, Sages and Seers, undivided Bharatmata should be put up in class rooms. ‘Vedas’ should be kept in libraries of schools. We should make it a habit to use words like ‘Namaste’, ‘Su-swagatam’ etc. Wearing traditional clothes for religious festivals, celebrating Guru-Pournima, Sriram Navami etc. will teach importance of Hindu culture to students. Once in a week, ‘puja’ should be performed in schools worshipping Deities and ‘Gou (cow)’. Students should not associate themselves with any political organizations."

Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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