Announcements are made in ‘Sanskrit’ at these airports of the country, passengers get mesmerized by listening, watch the video

Announcement in Sanskrit at Varanasi Airport : If you ever go to the Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport in Varanasi in the future, you will hear the announcements of Covid-19 in Sanskrit. As per reports, the airport has started making important COVID-19 announcements in Sanskrit, an initiative undertaken by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) […]
 


Announcements are made in ‘Sanskrit’ at these airports of the country, passengers get mesmerized by listening, watch the video

Announcement in Sanskrit at Varanasi Airport : If you ever go to the Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport in Varanasi in the future, you will hear the announcements of Covid-19 in Sanskrit. As per reports, the airport has started making important COVID-19 announcements in Sanskrit, an initiative undertaken by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) in collaboration with Banaras Hindu University (BHU). Till now Hindi and English were used for announcements at airports, but from last Friday, Sanskrit has been added as a third language for announcements at airports.

Announcement in Sanskrit at Varanasi Airport

Varanasi Airport tweeted on Friday, ‘After English and Hindi, now the standards of Kovid in Sanskrit are being announced at Varanasi Airport too. As soon as our honorable passengers will reach the airport, they will feel that they have come in the back seat of Kashi-Sanskrit language.

Airport Director Aryama Sanyal said that the Sanskrit Declaration Initiative has been started to respect the language. A clip making the announcement in Sanskrit has now created a stir on Twitter. Many people have praised this initiative.

 

People say this after the video went viral

A Twitter user wrote, ‘It is a matter of happiness that an announcement is being made in Sanskrit at Varanasi Airport. This is a good attempt to make Sanskrit a common language. Do the same at Varanasi railway station.

Another user wrote, ‘Advertisement for passengers. How many people can understand Sanskrit? Why not do it in Bhojpuri? Or in the native language of Varanasi.’