Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Interview with the Hindu

“My first priority is to secure more funds for the council to carry out original research, digitise the Indian history and bring back precious documents, manuscripts and inscriptions from museums in America, UK and other European countries belonging to India,” he said.

“India has 7,000 to 8,000 years of history. It needs to be studied in detail and digitised properly for the benefit of our posterity. The subject history is not a course, but it interests every individual to know about one’s own ancestors, language and culture. We will strive to bring out history in a new perspective,”

The full interview :  The Hindu Interview