Revive a language, rejuvenate a culture, revolutionize the world
Language revitalization is often deemed necessary because of the sheer amount of linguistic diversity being lost. In recent times[when?] alone, it is estimated that more than 2000 languages have already become extinct around the world.
Samskritam, or Sanskrit as we call it, is the core of our Bharatiya culture and tradition. This language occupies an exalted position amongst the numerous languages of the world, as it is not just a communication tool but is an entire 'way of life'. There are many efforts being undertaken to restore Samskrita to its once held position of glory. Samskrita Bharathi, is one such non-profit organization that is working to bring Samskrita back into the mainstream. To enable the large expat Indian population in the Middle-East to benefit from this endeavour, the work of Samskrita Bharati started in Kuwait on 2012, as a wing of Seva Darshan Kuwait. Samskrita Bharati, functions in association with the Sanskrit department of the Indian Educational School ( Bhavan’s ), Kuwait. Regular spoken language workshops have being held in Kuwait in the last three years. Weekly classes are conducted for the workshop attendees. The organization also facilitates the students to enroll for graduation courses periodically. For more details contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org