"The beauty of the Sanskrit language is that those who understand it will never be a restriction on someone's path and it is one of the reasons why I want people to understand the language," said Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia.
While addressing students after a school-level competition on the language, Sisodia said he wishes that students learn and understand the beautiful language and not “mug it up for exams”.
He wants students to be able to understand the several beautiful things that are said in the language and implement its teachings in their lives.
Further, he added that the aim of the government, through these programmes, "is not to make Sanskrit popular, but to make life beautiful with it".
"We don't want a particular section but 100 per cent children to get a good education and this will help in building the nation and I want that in building the nation, there should be a role of Sanskrit as well." remarked Sisodia.
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