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Momir Nikic and J Gendedharam: Scholars mentioned by PM Modi on Mann Ki Baat

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Prime Minister Modi highlighted the respective works of the 2 scholars–Dr Nikic from Serbia and Professor Gendedharam–related to Indian languages.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched residents to 2 overseas students for his or her respective works associated to Indian languages. PM Modi’s introduction of the scholars–Dr Momir Nikic from Serbia and Professor J Gendedharam of Mongolia–came throughout his deal with to the nation on the final episode of the 12 months of Mann Ki Baat, his month-to-month radio programme.

Dr Momir Nikic

The Prime Minister mentioned the students as he spoke to individuals on what he described as ‘growing interest among people from different countries in knowing about Indian culture, and helping to spread it.’

He was first spoke about Dr Momir Nikic. “You would be delighted to know that Dr Nikic has complied a dictionary in Sanskrit and Serbian. More than 70 thousand Sanskrit words included in this dictionary have been translated into Serbian. You would be delighted to know that Dr Nikic learned Sanskrit language at the age of 70. He said he got his inspiration from reading the Mahatma Gandhi’s articles.”

PM Modi then profiled Professor Gendedharam. He mentioned, “A similar example is of 93-year-old Professor J Gendedharam. In the last four decades, he has translated about 40 ancient texts, epics and compositions of India into Mongolian language. Many people are working with suchf passion in our country as well.”

As one more instance of overseas nationals taking curiosity in Indian tradition, he confirmed a video of a gaggle of kids singing Vande Mataram. The ‘stunning video, mentioned Prime Minister Modi, was from Greece. 

“The beauty and emotion they showed in singing our national song is amazing and commendable. Such efforts bring people of two countries closer,” he mentioned.

Source: hindustantimes.com

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