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Sanskrit newspaper Sudharma goes online to reach larger audience

Mysore-based Sanskrit newspaper Sudharma has introduced its online version to increase its reach from the current 3,000 subscribers to a larger worldwide audience.

The two-page (front and back) newspaper, which is available for an annual subscription of Rs 250, covers current events, teaches Sanskrit grammar and introduces Sanskrit poets to readers.

Mysore-based Sanskrit newspaper Sudharma has introduced its online version to increase its reach from the current 3,000 subscribers to a larger worldwide audience.

The two-page (front and back) newspaper, which is available for an annual subscription of Rs 250, covers current events, teaches Sanskrit grammar and introduces Sanskrit poets to readers.

Launched by Pandit Varadaraja Iyengar in 1970, the newspaper is currently being run by Iyengar’s son Sampath Kumar and daughter-in-law Jaylakshmi. [Source: LiveMint]

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