The North-east States are gems of India – international ambassador of sanskrit Maharishi Aazaad
Sanskrit Shiromani, Sanskrit Kalanidhi, Sanskrit Mahanayak, International Brand Ambassador of Sanskrit, World’s Cultural Ambassador, Military School Student and Rashtraputra Maharishi Aazaad, who propagated, spread the Sanskrit language by spreading the Brahmavakya of Vedas ‘Aham Brahmasmi’ all over the world, Now he is going to celebrate The World Sanskrit Week in seven states of Northeast India so that seven states can be brought into the mainstream by uniting the seven states there with the whole of India.
As part of the campaign to unite India with India, World Sanskrit Week has been organized in the North-East region, which will be held under the aegis of Maharishi Aazaad. This grand World Sanskrit Week will be organized in (Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh, Guwahatiin Assam, Imphal in Manipur, Shillong in Meghalaya, Aizawl in Mizoram, Kohima in Nagaland, Agartala in Tripura
World Sanskrit Week will be organized throughout North-East India in the month of September. Millions of people around the world will participate in this event, offline and online.
Thousands of Sanskrit disciples from Europe including India of Sanskrit Mahanayak Maharishi Aazaad will be present in this program as well as several ministers will take part in this event.
Maharishi Aazaad believes that Sanskrit language is the complete and best language of the world.
By celebrating Sanskrit Week in the North-East of India, Maharishi Aazaad is going to promote the culture of North-East India globally through the use of Sanskrit language.
Maharishi Aazaad believes that the culture of The Seven Sisters is not known to many people yet, for this he will also be promoting the culture and lifestyle of The Seven Sisters states all over India and to the World.
Maharishi Aazaad’s spokesperson for the Sanskrit Week Event, Preeti Srivastava said that, “The way Maharishi Aazaad had united India by connecting North, West, East, South and the way he spread Sanskrit Language to the doorstep of the people of our Country had been Outstanding, we are thankful to him for his efforts. Few of the states of our country have not been reached yet by the people and there has been a lack of communication with the people of these states. Maharishi Aazaad will preach the untouched and unheard aspects of such states all over India and to the corners of the World. “
Excited by this great work of Maharishi Aazaad, engineer Preeti Srivastava, who left her job at Tata Company and joined Maharishi Aazaad‘s worldwide campaign, said that Seven Sisters are an integral part of our country, which needs to be promoted all over the world. needed. Maharishi Aazaad is trying his best to carry forward the culture and lifestyle of Seven Sisters States globally. Maharishi Aazaad is currently preparing himself to communicate in the regional languages of these states, so that he can place the important mythological culture here on a world level.
Maharishi Aazaad has been honoured by multiple institutions of India like Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi, Sampurnanand Sanskrit University in Varanasi, Samskrita Bharati in Ahmedabad, Paniniya Shodh Sansthan in Bilaspur, JNU in New Delhi.
Because of Maharishi Aazaad‘s efforts in restoring Sanskrit Language, many institutions and Schools in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar and Manipur have added Sanskrit Language to their Curriculum.
Maharishi Aazaad has been praised by Yog Guru Baba Ramdev. Baba Ramdev said, “The efforts of Maharishi Aazaad by promoting the value of Sanskrit Language, has been incredible.”
“Maharishi Aazaad has introduced Sanskrit Language to every doorstep of India.”
Dr. Kirit Premjibhai Solanki (Close associate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Hon’ble Member of Parliament – Lok Sabha,Ahmedabad) said that, “Maharishi Aazaad will be remembered for thousands of years, for his contribution towards Sanskrit Language and spreading it to every corner of the World”.
Prof. T. N. Singh (Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor – Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi) said that, “Maharishi Aazaad is an institution in Himself, he played a pivotal role in rejuvenation of Sanskrit Language”.
Maharishi Aazaad‘s core team member Abhijit Ghatwari (Swami Acharya Abhijit) who has worked close to the greatest people like Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Hari Om Sharan, Bhupendra Hazarika. He said that, “Due to the efforts of Maharishi Aazaad, the world once again got to know about Sanskrit and Indian culture and by celebrating Sanskrit week in Northeast of India next month, it will be a huge event for us and our cultural heritage.
For this cultural campaign of Maharishi Aazaad, Manipur‘s cabinet minister Letpao Haokip said that Maharishi Aazaad is going to create a new history, I was part of his campaign before and will continue to do so. He said that in all the states here, we welcome the Sanskrit Mahanayak Maharishi Aazaad.
The coordinator of this cultural by Maharishi Aazaad will be Sushil Huidrom, who is from Imphal, Manipur.
It is to be known that Maharishi Aazaad under his mission to spread Sanatan culture and traditions all over the world, in every part of India as well as in every corner of London and Europe.
Maharishi Aazaad is the only Sanatani Hindu in the world who publicly recited Sankat Mochan Hanuman Chalisa and Durga Saptashati at Oxford Street in London, United Kingdom.
Maharishi Aazaad also visited Shakespeare House in Stratford, United Kingdom to pay tribute to the great playwright William Shakespeare. During his visit, he also brought to the world community the global importance of the works of Shakespeare, Tulsidas and Kalidas.
Even in the difficult times of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, Maharishi Aazaad did not let his campaign resolve to promote Sanskrit language and Indianism, to help and inspire people in times of crisis, and to spread the word about Sanskrit across India. He continued to tour and devoted himself completely to the promotion. At the same time, he continued to work continuously towards the redevelopment of Indian Sanatan culture and Sanskrit language.