Vision: Teach Samskritam to every human being in this world.
Restore the lost glory of Bharat.
Create ample opportunities in the society, at all levels,
at all places and for everybody to learn Samskritam.
Collaborate with all Samskrit related organizations to
promote Samskritam at global level.
Coordinate to systematize and further research in the areas of Vedic sciences, Yoga, Mind sciences, Fine
arts, Music, Dance, Ayurveda and other subjects
embedded in Samskrit literature.
Publish books, magazines and newsletters to
popularize the knowledge embedded in Samskrit
Promote the study of Samskrit and make it accessible to all sections of society.
Co-ordinate the work with Samskrit institutions worldwide for a more effective and rapid spread of
Enable activities for research into Samskrit tradition and its knowledge systems like Yoga,
Psychology, Arts, Music, Dance, Ayurveda, and other Shastras for development of a harmonious society
and individual character.
Provide support, assistance, stipend, honorarium, pension and other means of supporting social
workers, scholars who work for the protection and promotion of Samskrit and its traditions.
Publish books, magazines, news bulletins, newspapers and leverage all means of communication to
spread knowledge and information about Samskrit and its knowledge traditions.
Help develop endowments and funding mechanisms for activities necessary for the promotion of
Samskrit and its knowledge systems.
Rejuvenation of Samskrit language, Re-establish
Samskritam as a language of common people to regain
the past glory of Bharat
Movement started in the year 1981, continuously
engaged in protecting, promoting and popularizing
Samskrit language, literature, traditions and the
knowledge treasure embedded within Samskrit
An organization of dedicated and devoted volunteers,
who work in the entire society without the barriers of
caste-creed-class, selflessly without any expectation of
All-India headquarters located in New Delhi. Regional
offices located in state capitals and district centres.
Achievement and impact:
1,35,000 Spoken Samskrit camps reaching more than
80 lakh people.
More than 80 thousand teachers trained to teach in
More than one lakh students in Correspondence course
Published more than 300 Samskrit books.
Publication of monthly magazine “Sambhashana
More than 10 thousand Samskrit homes.
More than 1000 children whose mother tongue is
Samskrit activities going on in more than 4500 centres
across 19 countries worldwide.
First International Samskrit books mela organised in
Bangalore in the year 2011, more than 4 lakh people
visited the mela, more than 4 crores worth Samskrit
related books sold.
Aksharam –An International training centre of Samskrita
Here you will be welcomed in deva-bhasha
Samskritam. Administration language here is
40,000 sq.ft facility houses the main office, office of
Sambhashana Sandesha magazine, Teacher training
division, Publication division, Library, Samskrit
Wikipedia division, Auditorium, Audio-Visual studio,
Dormitory, kitchen and a dining hall.
10 days spoken Samskrit camps, Balakendra, Contact
classes for correspondence courses, Kavya-Vyakarana
classes, Training camps for volunteers, Workshops on
various Samskrit related topics, Residential camps and
many more such activities are regularly organised here
throughout the year.