Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is currently in The dharmanagari Haridwar. He inaugurated the Lecture on The Golden Jubilee Year of Acharya Shri Ram Sharma ji Shantikunj With The Vice Chancellor of Dev Sanskriti University, Dr. Chinmay Pandya and other members, he inaugurated the Deep Aaj Karyakaram. He then addressed the Lecture Series of Acharya Shri Ram Sharma Ji Shantikunj Golden Jubilee Year at Dev Sanskriti University Shantikunj Ashram.
In this address, he said, "I am also a member of this great family. Indeed, today the mind is full of joy, happiness and reverence. I am able to do whatever I am doing best by the grace of His Holiness Gurudevji. India, a very ancient and great nation, has a known history of 5,000 years. When the sun of civilization did not rise in the Western countries, we had the vedas created with us. When the people of the West covered their bodies with leaves and blisters of trees, we had schools like Takshashila, Nalanda. ' At the same time, he said, "We are citizens of an ancient and great nation who was a world guru who never imposed any ideology. No suit, no vote, no pant imposed. I am proud to say that this is the earth that said, "Ek sat vipra is probably vadanti" all one.
Scholars call it differently. Further, CM Shivraj also said, "We have been given wonderful sanskars since childhood. When we were children, Panditji used to come to the village to do katha and say, "Hail dharma, destroy iniquity, harmony among beings, welfare of the world" What a wonderful feeling in these lines. Salutations to this earth, salutations to the rishis here. Those who had already done it - Sarve Bhavantu Sukhin. Sarve Santu Niramaya: Sarve Bhadrani Pashantu. if so, the details thereof; and He further said, "Efforts are being made to do better in Madhya Pradesh in the field of education. We are opening new schools. Who will give the sanskars of knowledge, skills and citizenship. I am amazed at the way this University is teaching. The children enrolled in the institute are fortunate to be able to come here. '