The educational Indian mind of today is, by and large, subjugated by the contemporary ethnographic, conflict-oriented, divisive through and ideologies of the West. This can corrected only by the thought structure in the Sanskrit intellectual texts. Two learned Supreme Court judges noted in the 1993 - "the people of India have always held in high esteem the cultural heritage." And the 1986 education policy said, "Efforts will be made to delve into India's ancient fund of knowledge and to relate it to contemporary reality. This effort will imply the development of facilities for the intensive study of Sanskrit."