Hyderabad: Expressing serious concern over the increasing division among people on caste, communal and regional lines, Governor ESL Narasimhan on Wednesday called on the people to adapt the rich traditions and values inscribed in Vedas and Puranas in their daily lives.
Addressing the gathering after inaugurating the Brahma Vidyakutir Sanskrit School at Puppalaguda in the city, Mr Narasimhan said that the people must give importance to National integration and unity by adapting the rich traditions and values in the Vedas and Puranas.
The Governor further said that the people of the state can find solutions to burning problems if they remain united and make a collective effort.
Mr Narasimhan further said that Sanskrit would play major role in the integration of people.
“Sanskrit is breath of Indian culture and tradition. The Sanskrit institutions will play responsible role in the unity and integration of all people,” he stated.
The Governor advised the Brahma Vidyakutir Sanskrit School staff to propagate rich values in Indian books to every nook and corner and make efforts to bridge the widening differences between various communities and peoples of the region. (INN)