Government plans 5 new centers for MSRVSSB to promote Ved Vidya across India. Minister Pradhan announced decision on August 2nd in Rajya Sabha, emphasizing heritage preservation and accessibility to all.
Geographical Expansion: Char Dham and Kamakhya Devi Shakti Peeth
The new centres are set to be strategically located in Char Dham and Kamakhya Devi Shakti Peeth, both in the north-eastern region of India. This move is aimed at spreading the knowledge of Vedas and its associated teachings to different parts of the country, ensuring accessibility and availability for interested students and scholars.
The MSRVSSB’s Existing Centre in Ujjain
The primary centre of the Maharshi Sandipani Rashtriya Veda Sanskrit Shiksha Board is already established in the historical city of Ujjain. Ujjain holds immense significance as an ancient hub of Vedic learning, and the existing centre has been contributing to the preservation and dissemination of Ved Vidya.
Expansion of MSRVSSB on 8th August 2022
In a notable development last year, the board was expanded by the establishment of five sub-centres. This expansion has allowed more students and teachers to engage with the Vedic education system, thus contributing to the revival and continuity of this ancient knowledge.
Current Student and Teacher Numbers
During the session, Minister Pradhan shared the current enrollment figures in schools under the MSRVSSB. As of now, there are 123 pathshalas across the country, accommodating a total of 4,600 students and facilitated by 632 teachers. Additionally, there are 258 Guru Shishya Parampara Units, where 2,240 students are guided by 430 teachers.
Preserving Ancient Wisdom and Heritage
The government’s plan to establish five new regional centres of the Maharshi Sandipani Rashtriya Veda Sanskrit Shiksha Board is a crucial step towards preserving India’s rich heritage and ancient wisdom found in the Vedas. Through the promotion of Ved Vidya, the government aims to inspire and enlighten future generations. This expansion will ensure the continuity and accessibility of Vedic knowledge for aspiring learners and scholars throughout the country.