As per the directions given by Mahatma Gandhi during the Indian National Congress session held at Nagpur in 1920, Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth was established in 1921, as an educational memorial of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, ‘the Father of Indian Unrest’ and an advocate of National Education. The establishment of the Vidyapeeth was aimed towards imparting National Education conceived by Lokmanya Tilak.
Shri Balmukund Lohia Centre of Sanskrit and Indological Studies is widely recognized as one of the leading centres for higher studies in Sanskrit and Indology. It has been the aim of the Centre since its inception to produce the students having a blend of traditional knowledge and modern approach with sound understanding of the rich cultural past of India. The aim is to impart the knowledge of Sanskrit and Ancient Indian Culture in the vernacular language to the mass irrespective of caste, religion and gender and spread the awareness of our heritage.
This Festival TMV offers three interesting workshop series. Two on the ancient scripts of Brahmi and Modi and third on the antiquity of ancient scripts. Learn the nuances of the scripts and their history.