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Tuesday, 23 Apr 2019
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The Vidwat parishad was constituted as a platform to review the progress made in various history related fields at the regional level with a view to initiate and to stream line the projects under taken by the Itihasa Sankalana Samiti, Karnataka (south) by bringing together scholars working in the field pertaining to History, Archeology, Epigraphy and allied fields The Bharateeya Itihasa Sankalana Yojana has chosen various plans in order to see that people at large get the benefit of the updated researches in the field of history and culture

Agama Sangosti
From 19th May to 21st May 1998 a Two-day sangosti was conducted in collaboration with Academy of Sanskrit Research Melkote at Melkote to discuss about the contribution of South India to the cultural Heritage of India in the field of Agama Shastra. Scholars from different parts of South India participated.

Chintana Gosti
On 29.6.2000 at a meeting of the Vidwat parishad took place at Rastrothana sahitya parishat, Bangalore. The meeting was attended by a number of eminent scholars of Mysore and Bangalore along with the office bearers of the Samiti. Sri Haribahu vaze national organizing secretary conducted the meeting and Dr. Satisahchand Mittal member ICHR New Delhi presided over the meeting.

Sri Haribhau vaze, National Organizing Secretary highlighted the importance of constituting the Vidwat parisahds so that the BISY and its Karnataka south branch located at Mysore.Dr. Navaratnam rajaram, stressed the need to train the younger scholars in reading ancient Indian scripts and conducting research in epigraphy. He also suggested that a school of epigraphy and manuscriptology should be established for the purpose.Dr. Suryanatha kamath stated that school of archeology ASI New Delhi can be strengthened so that it can be conduct these training courses. Prof M.A.Lakshmithathachar, Director, Samskrita Samshodhana samsat, Melkote stressed the need for spreading the knowledge of Sanskrit among historians Archeologists and also adopting computer based technology to hasten research in the traditional fields.