Sanskrit Vartaman Patram – a Sanskrit Daily Newspaper from Vadodara in Gujarat

Sanskrit Vartaman Patram is a new Sanskrit daily newspaper published from Gujarat. The newspaper was launched on Sunday, June 25, 2010 at Vadodara. The newspaper is available in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Goa and Union Territory of Diu, Daman and Dadra Nagar Haveli. The four-page daily is priced at Rupees 1.50 per issue. Yearly subscription is Rupees 500/-.

Indian Express reports

Sanskrit Vartaman Patram will be published from Vadodara and cover local, national and international news and the annual subscription is Rs 500, Editor Praful Purohit said.

M L Wadekar, Director, Oriental Institute of M S University and one of the members on the Editorial Board said that after receiving a good response to the pilot copy of this newspaper, they decided to launch it.

For enabling its readers to understand the language, the paper will include glossary of Sanskrit words translated in Gujarati, Hindi, English and other languages, he said.

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