A Sanskrit school where past and future come together
| Friday | 4th August, 2017
With Delhi government announcing its keenness to promote education in Sanskrit, Balaram hopes for better days for the institution.Sanskrit Diwas on August 6 could, therefore, be an important day for the students and teachers of Vishwanath Sanskrit Vidyalaya.
The day could reveal whether the capital's oldest Sanskrit institution will be assured of a brighter future under the patronage of the state government.
"Principal Balaram revealed that the unique school has branches in Kolkata, Bikaner, Mount Abu, Haridwar, Shimla and Varanasi.
Sailesh Pandey, who is in the equivalent of Class X, was clear why he was in the school: "Mujhe toh doctor banna hain, aur woh bhi Sanskrit ka pura gyan leke.
"The students come from across India," said Dr Brahmachari Balaram, the principal.
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