4th YTC ends with brainstorming sessions

INDORE (Madhya Pradesh): The two-day 4th Young Thinkers Conclave concluded on Sunday with the aim of continuing the tradition of Indian knowledge and way of life through religion.

The theme of the conclave was to discuss the intellectual capacities of young people that could eradicate the widespread ‘intellectual terrorism’.

On the second day of the Young Thinkers Conclave, discussions were held on the subject such as the tradition of Indian knowledge and religion, in which eminent scholars Shatavadhani Arya Ganesh, B Madhavan and Prof. Vijay Kumar Menon interacted with Young Thinkers.

Shatavadhani Arya Ganesh said that Sanatan Dharma is Universal Dharma, which has its relevance everywhere and never changes. The conduct of truth is the religion that makes us aware of the best way of life.

B Madhavan, who considered self-study and contemplation as essential for the youth, said: “One must be fully aware of their religion and culture, without serious study it is difficult to connect with religion. The youth should not depend on the knowledge that comes on social media apps, but should consider studying and understanding texts.”

“If we want to preserve the germ of our cultural values, we must protect the carrier of the Indian tradition of knowledge and this channel is the Sanskrit language. To protect culture and religion, we must prepare young intellectual warriors. It is our karma and our dharma to continue the Indian tradition of knowledge and religion-based way of life.” said Professor Vijay Kumar Menon.

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