The Bible Society of India will bring out an updated edition of the holy book's Sanskrit version as part of its year-long bi-centennial celebrations beginning on Feb 21.
"The Sanskrit Bible is being updated. We have also appointed a translator. Work for the updated translation will begin soon. We hope it will help more people understand the Holy Word," BSI general secretary B K Pramanik told PTI.
The Bible Society of India (BSI) is a Christian body that is authorised to translate, produce, distribute and market the Holy Bible.The BSI, created from the British and Foreign Bible Society, has already made the Bible available in 203 Indian languages and is currently engaged in translating it in another 102 languages of the country.
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