Sunday, April 15, 2018

Volunteers needed to Translate Puri Shankaracharya ji's discourses


Namaste

There is an initiative by a few volunteers devoted to the propagation of the message of Sanatana Dharma to provide English subtitles to the Hindi speeches of His Holiness the Shankaracharya of Puri, Sri Nischalananda Saraswati. Since the group involved in this work is needing the assistance of some more volunteers, those who have a fairly good grasp of Hindi and ability to render the same into English may please participate in this noble endeavor and become beneficiaries of the blessings of the Mother Sanatana Dharma. For more details please contact Sri Ajay Bhargavan on phone: 72042 16181 and Sri Natraj Maneshinde email: natrajmaneshinde [at] gmail [dot] com

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3 comments:

ameyAtmA said...

Hello Amrut

I would like to volunteer as a translator for the Puri MaThAchArya's discourses.

ameyAtmA

|| Shri KRshNArpaNamastu ||

Indiaspirituality Amrut said...

Hi AmeyAtmA,
Sorry, the comment landed in spam,
I do not check blogger regularly. Please contact the email ID mentioned in the post.

For more details please contact Sri Ajay Bhargavan on phone: 72042 16181 and Sri Natraj Maneshinde email: natrajmaneshinde [at] gmail [dot] com

Indiaspirituality Amrut said...

Dear ameyAtmA,

Good to hear from you :)
Wishing you Happy Deepavali and Prosperous New Year.

The comment had not landed in spam, but somehow, blogger does not give email notification for any new comment. I do not post comments without moderation to avoid spam and links to suspicious sites.

I am not much active online, so do not login to blogger regularly. Hence the delay.

You may also DM or simply reply to twitter handle of Shri Govardhan Matha @govardhanmath

https://twitter.com/govardhanmath?lang=en

Team is very active and tweet regularly.

I am not much connected to the matha so can't help much about it. Hope this helps.

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