Ved centers to be established in Rudraprayag, Joshimath, Uttarkashi, and Rishikesh
The government formed the committee on the initiative of Uttarakhand Sanskrit University
The colleges of Rudraprayag, Joshimath, Uttarkashi, and Rishikesh will now recite the hymns of the Vedas. On the initiative of Uttarakhand Sanskrit University, the Sanskrit Education Section of the government has started the process of setting up Veda centers near Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and in Sanskrit College at Rishikesh. At these Veda centers, the verses of the Vedas will be studied in depth.
A committee of seven members, including the chairman, has been formed to establish Vedas at the government level. This committee will prepare an action plan for the establishment of Ved centers in Kedarnath Sanatan Dharma Degree Sanskrit College Ukhimath Rudraprayag, Shri Badrinath Veda-Vedang Postgraduate Sanskrit College Joshimath, Shri Vishwanath Postgraduate Sanskrit College Uttarkashi, and Divine Sampada Spirituality Sanskrit College Paramarth Niketan Rishikesh.
In this committee, Chairman of Sanskrit Education Secretary to Government of Uttarakhand, Additional Secretary to the Finance Department of Government, Education Secretary to Government, Additional Secretary to Government Justice, Total Secretary to Sanskrit University, Member to Director of Sanskrit Education and Additional Secretary to Sanskrit Education of Government Has been appointed as Member Secretary. This committee has started preparing the action plan for the establishment of Vedas in the four Sanskrit colleges.
Sanskrit education minister showed interest
State Sanskrit Education Minister Arvind Pandey had also shown interest in setting up Ved centers in all the four colleges. In view of this, Kulapati of Uttarakhand Sanskrit University, Prof. Devi Prasad Tripathi stepped forward and issued a letter to the government in this regard. Showing seriousness in setting up Veda centers, the Sanskrit education section of the government soon formed a committee of seven officials.
A letter has been received from the secretary in charge of Sanskrit education Vinod Prasad Raturi regarding the establishment of Vedas in four Sanskrit colleges in the state. In this order, the university vice-chancellor established the Vedas. Suggestions and action plans will be prepared and sent to the government under the leadership of Prof. Devi Prasad Tripathi.