Scientific footsteps of scientists have made India unique

Dharmasthalafeb 28: Young generation of the contemporary world should show a keen interest in multi-dimensional aspects of documenting ancient past for the purpose of framing innovative development path, said Shri KshetraDharmasthalaDharmadhikariDr. D.VeerendraHeggade

He was speaking after inaugurating the joint session of the 45th annual congress of the Epigraphical Society of India and 39thAnnual Conference of the Place Names Society of India organized in association with S.D.M college (Autonomous) at Vasantha Mahal, Dharmasthala on Friday.

India is considered as the treasure trove of knowledge and scientific contributions. Knowledge has educational as well as a spiritual value. Scientific footsteps of scientists made India unique. It is also the hub of inspiring thoughts. Students representing academia must show interest in conducting research on the gifted contributions of the past, he opined.

On this occasion, S.D.M.E society secretary Dr. B Yashovarma released the proceedings of Epigraphical society of India while Dr. K. Munirathanam, Secretary, Epigraphical society of India, Mysuru felicitated Dr.D.VeerendraHeggade, Dr. B. Yashovarma, and Prof. Satheeshchandra S.

Pro. S. Sathishchandra , Principal, S.D.M  College welcomed the gathering. T S Ravishankar, President, Epigraphical society of India proposed the vote of thanks.Dr. K Munirathanam, Secretary, Epigraphical Society of India,   Mr. Jaiprakash General President of Epigraphical Society of India, Dr. Krishendu Ray, President of the Place Names Society of India presided over the stage.