New Delhi. Often many videos, photos or funny things go viral on social media. Which touches the heart of the people or works to inspire them. In this sequence, a video is becoming very viral on social media. In this video some boys are seen playing cricket. But this question must be arising in your mind. After all, what is special in this video. Often people must have seen cricket commentary enjoying the English or Hindi language. But it is rarely heard that when you have heard the commentary of cricket in Sanskrit language. The special thing is that the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi has shared its video with his Twitter handle. PM Modi has liked this video very much.
PM Modi tweeted and wrote, “Happy to see…congratulations to those who made these efforts. PM Modi further said that, during the Mann Ki Baat program last year, I had shared a similar video in Kashi. Sharing this too.” The viral video is from Bangalore. In which it can be seen that while making a video, a boy tells the condition of the game through Sanskrit language. Two girls are also seen sitting on the balcony watching the match. During this, the young man doing commentary also asks the names of those girls.
This is heartening to see…Congrats to those undertaking this effort.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 4, 2022
Let us tell you that even before this PM Modi had told about the cricket tournament to be played in Kashi in the Mann Ki Baat program. Where cricket commentary is in Sanskrit. PM Modi shared the audio clip of the tournament on social media.
Adyapi bahavah jana: sanskrit paathani however bahavah sanskrit paathitum ichhanti. Therefore, Sanskritsya Pracharaya Vridhingatay Cha Swatantram Doorchitravani Medium (DD Samskrit) is necessary. Ad-hoc please bhavat sahayay guidanceam cha nimbaam. DD Urdu Asti but DD Sanskriti Nasti It Khed:.
— Sadanand: (@SadanandBhise3) October 4, 2022
Hello respected Prime Minister!
Sarveshan Pakshaah Bhavate Mahanh Thank you.
Sanskrit Vishye Bhavabhav Preeti: Admirable.
— lakshmi narayana BS (@chidsamskritam) October 4, 2022
What lovely flow and spontaneity#sanskrit is a great language, and with logic. I believe Sanskrit can be spoken with correct diction by anyone, irrespective of the speaker’s accent or mother-tongue or nationality, so in a way it is also a unifier.
— Vipul Bhole (@vipulbhole) October 4, 2022
very attractive you are very #inspirational that our #devani by Sanskrit #Cricket The commentary has been wonderful in itself, it is also inspiring that all of us Indians learn more and more of Sanskrit. #incentive Will you please give and adopt it in your life
— Girjesh jaiswal (@GIRJESHJAISWAL9) October 4, 2022