Panaji: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh general secretary Suresh ‘Bhaiyyaji’ Joshi said that Sanskrit should be made a part of the curriculum as it is the mother of all languages.
Speaking at Dona Paula on Sunday, Joshi said, “Sanskrit should be taught in every school. The government has to seriously think about it. We feel Sanskrit is the mother of all languages and if you have to understand India, you can’t do it without Sanskrit. That is why without thinking of who will feel bad or good, Sanskrit should get its position.”
“We can’t think of an ashram like arrangement in present days, but when we talk about the gurukul system, education is the focus of the institution,” said Joshi.
“There are a few institutes who have tried to adopt their own policies and they have successfully implemented it,” he said.
I feel those who positively experiment in the educational system should be encouraged,” Joshi added.