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Sanskrit a language of broadcasting by Radio Unity 90 FM at Statue of Unity in Kevadia

Namo Namah Sarvebhyam ... Mum Naam Ganga ...Not be surprised when you heard these words of your welcome in Sanskrit on radio broadcast while visiting the Statue of Unity at Kevadia.

Sanskrit a language of broadcasting by Radio Unity 90 FM at Statue of Unity in Kevadia
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Namo Namah Sarvebhyam ... Mum Naam Ganga ...Not be surprised when you heard these words of your welcome in Sanskrit on radio broadcast while visiting the Statue of Unity at Kevadia. 15 tribal radio jockeys of Radio Unity 90 FM can broadcast in Sanskrit without any hesitation.

Sanskrit is the original language of the world and is considered to be the most flexible - compatible for modern computer language. This language is highly scientific. Various efforts have now been made by the Government of India to make this forgotten language splendor popular, and administration of The Statue of Unity has a prominent and unique link in it.

As a new initiative by SOUADATGA (Statue of unity area development and tourism governance authority), Radio Unity 90 FM, which is currently very popular in the broadcasting world. It has been started and one more initiative has been taken to select Sanskrit as a language of broadcasting.

This is a community radio that has recently started broadcasting on an experimental basis. Thus, hardly any tourist destination in India has its own FM radio station like this as such the initiative is unique. And broadcast in Sanskrit language given it a special place.

However, the merits of this new tourist facility do not stop there. The 15 radio jockeys through whom the service programs are to be aired in this FM station are local tribal youth who are able to play the dual role of tourist guide and now radio jockey.

They can broadcast all the details including the tourist attractions of Kevadia including Statue of Unity in Sanskrit language. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the idea of ​​having the statue its own radio and having a guide who can give information in Sanskrit.

Therefore, these people have taken inspiration for this language from the Prime Minister the pioneer of Statue of Unity and have worked hard to assimilate his expectations by assimilating Sanskrit sentences. It is worth noting that they have been trained in this linguistic diversity by SOUADATGA.

Even if it is not necessary to mention here, Sanskrit is the language of national pride and it is gaining recognition in the world as the perfect scientific language. This language has a wealth of knowledge.

So now when you look at the Statue of Unity, you see the various tourist attractions in the Kevadia area. Don't be surprised if you hear the following sentences in the broadcast ...

Namo Namah Sarvebhyam (Respect to all),

Mama Naam Ganga .. Sarvebhyam Swagatam Karomi (I welcome everyone).

Kevadia town has very different attractions like Health Forest, Ekta Udyanam, Statue of Unity and Jungle Safari.

Expressing the feeling that the Statue of Unity has been installed to pay homage to Sardar Patel in a unique and respectful manner. Public Relations Officer Rahul Patel said that the noble aim of strengthening national unity and highlighting India's uniqueness in diversity lies here. For example, our tourist guide can provide information on tourist attractions in Gujarati, Hindi, English, Marathi, Kannada and Telugu. This means that national unity is being realized through language diversity.

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