New Delhi: In a bid to advertise Sanskrit, the Centre has not too long ago launched an app known as ‘Little Guru’ for individuals who wish to be taught the language. The app has been developed by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and goals to make studying Sanskrit straightforward and entertaining by gamifying it.
The app has been produced by Bengaluru-based Gamapp Sportswizz and is on the market on the Google Play Retailer.
Dinesh Ok Patnaik, DG, ICCR mentioned, “Little Guru is a beautiful symbol of what we proposed to do in teaching to people across the world. This app will help students, teachers and monks to be able to get an app that will help them learn easier at their own pace, whatever time they want. It helps you do better.”
He defined, “We realized something, we need something more modern, more up to date which works with technology to bring this ancient language to the people. We decided to use modern-day tools like machine learning, AI, and gaming techniques. Gaming techniques help in bringing life to language.”
Sanskrit is a flexible, systematic and phonetically correct language. Be taught it via LittleGuru’s gamified methods that makes studying straightforward and enjoyable. You’ll be able to obtain Little Guru app on Google Play: https://t.co/XsRGChFC8E and App Retailer: https://t.co/UypPMVBHTO. pic.twitter.com/AWTr57P4pX
— ICCR (@ICCR_Delhi) April 11, 2021
The ICCR has up to now been offering Sanskrit books, materials for the propagation of the Sanskrit, often known as ‘language of the Gods’. The institute comes beneath the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) and likewise deputes academics, professors to universities and institutes.
That is to be famous that members of the Indian diaspora and foreigners have been requesting the ICCR for help within the Sanskrit studying. Most of the Buddhist, Jain, and different non secular texts are in Sanskrit and there was an incredible demand in some international locations for help in studying the language.
Sanskrit, notably, holds the important thing for the non secular textual content of many religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Many Indian languages like Bengali, Tamil and Marathi additionally use Sanskrit as a base.
Plenty of Sanskrit Universities internationally have additionally been eager on an app that may assist not solely the scholars who’re at present learning in these Universities but additionally to behave as a feeder for younger students to be taught Sanskrit earlier than becoming a member of Universities.
Apparently, a truth that’s well-known, that within the 80s, the Nationwide Aeronautics and House Administration (NASA) additionally did a research to know which is probably the most computerable language. They realized given its clear grammatical construction and strict pronunciation that Sanskrit was probably the most computerable language on the planet as its construction allowed it to merge into any computerable system.