Kathmandu, March 22 – The international Sanskrit symposium concluded in the capital today, issuing a seven-point declaration. Among other issues, the declaration mentions establishment of Nepal-India Sanskrit Study Centre and promotion of yoga and ayurveda.

The three-day symposium was organised by the Government of India, the Ministry of Culture, the Indian Embassy and the Vivekananda Cultural Centre. The symposium had kicked off on Tuesday. More than 500 Sanskrit scholars from Nepal and India participated in the symposium.

It has…