महर्षि पाणिनि संस्कृत एवं वैदिक विश्वविद्यालय

Maharshi Panini Sanskrit Evam Vedic Vishwavidyalaya

Formerly Maharshi Panini Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, A Public State University under Madhya Pradesh Act No. XV of 2008
Dewas Road, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh (India) – 456010



The university expands in a lush green valley area in about 25 acres of land on Dewas road near the famous city of Ujjain. After entering through a grand gate, we enter the first academic campus of the university entitled “Panchavati”. This complex gives the impression of an ancient Gurukul due to the five buildings with a huge platform in the middle and a beautiful fragrant garden. This place provides immense joy and peace to the new visitors. As we walk in the panchavati along the greenery gradually we come across an elevated path which leads us to Patanjali Hostel. The mesmerizing university campus has foundation lands allotted for a spacious educational building, administrative building, huge auditorium etc. where buildings are yet to be constructed. As we move towards the hostel complex, we can see a huge ground, where construction of a multipurpose playground, observatory etc. is proposed.

The university also contains an open auditorium, Nakshatravatika, Navagraha Vatika, Sarovar, Yagyashala, Library, Museum of Vedic Yagya Equipments, Astrology Laboratory, Psychology Laboratory, Language Lab, Sanskrit Gallery, Educational Subhashit Moral & a Fruit Garden. The university also plans to develop its concept of construction of residential houses. In future, this campus will be a center of attraction and inspiration for students, academicians and travelers from India and abroad.

Objectives of The University

  • To promote and spread the education and knowledge of Sanskrit.
  • Organizing addresses, seminars, symposia, conventions for the promotion of Sanskrit language.
  • To disseminate the knowledge of Sanskrit.
  • To rejuvenate, cherish and inculcate the universal values, knowledge, and wisdom present in Sanskrit language and literature.
  • Safeguard and preserve traditional Shastric language and its learning.
  • To organize lectures, seminars, symposia and conferences to promote knowledge of Sanskrit.
  • To hold examinations and confer degrees and other academic distinctions.
  • To encourage and promote innovative research in all fields of Sanskrit learning.
  • To take appropriate measures for promoting inter-disciplinary studies and research in the university.
  • To undertake projects and organize all such activities which are or may be necessary for the attainment of all or any of the objectives of the university.