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Ojha chair set up to promote research on Vedas

By Our Special Correspondent

JAIPUR, MARCH 11 .The Netherlands-based Intercultural Open University has set up a Pandit Madhusudan Ojha Chair at the University of Rajasthan to facilitate study and research on the Vedas. The chair was formally inaugurated at a function here by the Rajasthan Governor and Chancellor of the Universities, Madan Lal Khurana, the other day in the presence of the international president of the Intercultural Open University, Jan R. Hakemulder.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr.Khurana observed that knowledge was not merely enlightenment for the mind but it also provided answers to many modern- day problems. He also announced the name of Gulab Kothari, Editor, Rajasthan Patrika as the chairman and professor of the chair.

The Governor appreciated the efforts made by Rajasthan Patrika's founder, Karpur Chand `Kulish', in the past in promoting Vedic studies by publishing many books and the rare manuscripts authored by the late Pandit Madhusudan Ojha on the subject.

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