Sanskrit (संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam) is a historical Indo-Aryan language, one of the liturgical languages of Hinduism and Buddhism. Sanskrit is the mother of all Indian languages. The literature for what India is considered as a great knowledge resource, were originally written in Sanskrit. That may be Ramayana, Mahabharata or nonreligious like Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedic Maths and even Kamasutra. Can India be considered as India without these? How we have treated this Holy language? Reintroducing Sanskrit as our National language can be a proper respect we could offer to it.
My intention is not to go against Hindi. Let Hindi be our administrative language, but we should also take into account that there are more non Hindi speaking people than Hindi speaking people in India(ref:Language in India). Most of non Hindi people are not willing accept Hindi. So instead of forcing Hindi into these regions, if Sanskrit is intoduced as National Language we can bring more National integrity. So sanskrit can be used as a tool for National integrity. Any how definition of Sanskrit could only achieve it: The word Sanskrit means 'put together', 'perfected', 'polished', 'accomplished', 'highly elaborated'.
Scholars who contributed for India also had the same view. Both Sri Aurobindo and Mother have suggested that Sanskrit should be the national language of India. Dr Ambedkar himself wanted to sponsor Sanskrit the official language of the Indian union along with his supporters Dr BV Keskar, deputy minister for external affairs, and Naziruddin Ahmed. He moved an amendment draft on September 10, 1949. The resolution had to be withdrawn due to political pressure.
One day Sanskrit will be introduced as National Language. Sorry it will be re introduced as our national language, once upon a time in the Golden ages of India Sanskrit was our nationl language. The day is not far if you believe Nostradamus forecast on Sinskrit:
"Congressus independantum Blancum copium est; necessarus changum indianus cumum facus est"…
As the Congress had heavily borrowed from the White Man (British ?) at Independence, it will become necessary to "Indianize" the nation so that it may manifest again its true unique soul.
"Panchayatum villagum empruntus. Sanskritus introdum est. Historicum ecritum manus, daemonus est. Yogum, respirationnus introdum est…"
Give back the power to the villages in the form of Panchayat. Reintroduce Sanskrit as the national language. Rewrite Indian History, which had mostly been devised by White Masters. Revive ancient traditional systems such as pranayama, yoga, and incorporate them in the education system and everyday life. Change the Constitution so that democracy may not be perverted as it will be.
One of the best article is there at Intellibriefs, though I found a comment is more interesting than the post.