new PG program announces by Banaras Hindu University

The BHU has announced admission to a PG course specialized in "Hindu Dharma." According to the statement issued by the institution, this course is one of its kind in the country. The main objective of the university behind starting this course is to unlock the hidden aspects of "Hindu Dharma" that have been unknown with the rest of the world.

In collaboration with the department of religion and philosophy, culture, and archaeology of the faculty of arts of the 'Bharat Adhyayan Kendra' and the Sanskrit and ancient Indian History, the Banaras Hindu University has started this program.

The duration of this course will be of 2 years divided into four equal semesters, and in this course duration, there will be a total of 16 examinations. In the course about 45 students including 1 forign student have enrolled for the admission to the first session of the course.

The idea for starting the "Hindu Dharma" course was given by the scholar's Pandit Ganganath Jha and the Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya, but due to some unrealistic factors, the course was not started at that time, said the director of Varanasi Centre of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts' Vijay Shankar Shukla.' For more information students can visit the BHU official website


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