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VHP SANSKRIT SCHOOL- RECOGNISED BY NSW PARLIAMENT- 8 August 2015

Motion by the Hon. DAVID CLARKE agreed to:

(1) That this House notes that:

(a) on Saturday 8 August 2015, the VHP Sanskrit Language School Annual Day was held at Castle Hill and attended by several hundred students of the school, their relatives, friends and guests;

(b) the events included a program in the Sanskrit language of music, poetry, drama and comedy performances, together with Vedic chanting, promoting character building values;

(c) those who attended as guests included: 

(i) Mr Ray Williams, MP, member for Castle Hill, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier for Western Sydney, representing the Hon. John Ajaka, MLC, Minister for Ageing, Minister for Disability Services and Minister for Multiculturalism;
(ii) the Hon. Sophie Cotsis, MLC, Shadow Minister for Ageing, Shadow Minister for Disability Services and Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism;
(iii) the Hon. David Clarke, MLC, Parliamentary Secretary for Justice;
(iv) Mr Arivinder Singh Ranga, representing the Consul General of India, Mr Sunjay Sudhir;
(v) Mrs Reena Jethi, representing the Hon. David Elliott, MP, Minister for Corrections, Minister for Emergency Services, and Minister for Veterans Affairs;
(vi) Councillor Gurdeep Singh Ji, Deputy Mayor of Hornsby City Council;
(vii) Councillor Lisa Lake of Holroyd Council;
(viii) Councillor Raj Datta of Strathfield City Council;
(ix) Mr Rajendra Pandey, president of VHP, South Australia;
(x) Mr Rajesh Venkataramaiah, president of Sewe Australia;
(xi) Mr Bhupinder Chibber, president of the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin;
(xii) Mr Dave Passi, secretary of the United India Association;
(xiii) Mr Raj Natarajan of OZ Indian TV;
(xiv) Mr Mahesh Mishra, director of Vedic Maths Association;
(xv) Mr Venkatarama Sastrigal, Hindu and Sanskrit Priest;
(xvi) Mr Ravi Gurukkal, Hindu and Sanskrit Priest;
(xvii) Mr Radha Krishna Sharma, chairperson of Divine Life Society Australia;
(xviii) Mr Raj Sekar, director of On Dot Sound Systems;
(xix) Mrs Dayavawathi Pandley, Sanskrit teacher at VPH Australia, Adelaide;
(xx) Mrs Rani Sundar, senior volunteer; and
(xxi) Mrs Kavitha Jeevan, long-time volunteer.

(d) the VHP Sanskrit School, now comprising nine branches in the Sydney metropolitan region, was founded 13 years ago by Vishva Hindu Parishad Inc. and is part of the NSW Department of Education Community Language Program, conducted by the NSW Federation of Community Language Schools; and 

(e) the Sanskrit language is one of the world's oldest languages and forms the basis of many other languages and is noted for its cultural, religious and scientific use in a similar way as Ancient Greek and Latin.

(2) That this House:

(a) commends Vishva Hindu Parishad Inc. for its ongoing work and achievements relating to the VHP Sanskrit Language School and in particular:

(i) Mrs Sasraswathi Sashi, founding member of the VHP Sanskrit School;
(ii) Mr R. Subramanian, JP, senior Veda and Sanskrit teacher;
(iii) Mrs Amita Saxena, senior Sanskrit teacher; and
(iv) Mrs Akila Ramarathinam who has promoted branches of the school in Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.

(b) congratulates the students and volunteers of the school for a successful Sanskrit Language School Annual Day 2015.