Aham Brahamasmi Awarded By Sanskrit Bharthi New Delhi and Prof. Ramesh Chandra Kuhad (Vice-Chancellor - Central University of Haryana) and Shri Jay Prakash Gautam (Uttar Kshetriya Sangathan Mantri, Samskrita Bharati) and JNU Prof. Hare Ram Mishra at CCOI, New Delhi.
Sanskrit Movie Aham Brahmasmi is Written, Edited and Directed By Military School Student, Sanskrit Shiromani, Sanskrit Kalanidhi, International Ambassador Of Sanskrit, Sanskrit Mahanayak and The Ultimate Megastar of World Maharishi Aazaad.
Military School Student, Sanskrit Shiromani, Sanskrit Kalanidhi, Sanskrit Mahanayak and The Ultimate Megastar of World Maharishi Aazaad Is Protecting, Projecting, Promoting, Rejuvenating the Divine Language Sanskrit along with Ancient Literature, Culture of the World through cinematic creation.
The Ultimate Megastar Of World Maharishi Aazaad says, Sanskrit is not only a mere language, but Sanskrit is an idea, Sanskrit is a culture, Sanskrit is a sacrament, Sanskrit is the welfare of the world, there is peace, there is cooperation, there is a feeling of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.
International Ambassador Of Sanskrit Maharishi Aazaad is a visionary Researcher and Thinker who received enormous appreciation from the audience after creating the Masterpiece film Aham Brahmasmi.
Maharishi Aazaad, international ambassador of Sanskrit, acquainted the modern world with the Sanatan Dharma and the divine culture of Bharat by his creative capacity on the world stage. To bring our pride and divine glory to the hearts and minds of common human beings of the world through the forgotten language Sanskrit.
The Sanskrit soldiers had welcomed Sanskrit Mahanayak,International Ambassador Of Sanskrit & The Ultimate Megastar of World Maharishi Aazaad's movie of creating cinematic extravaganza in Dev Bhasha Sanskrit.
Viewers of all ages in the world witnessed the mega show with the Writer, Editor, Singer, Music Director, Director and lead actor Maharishi Aazaad with chanting "Har Har Mahadev", " Bum-Bum Bol Raha Hai Kashi" and "Jayatu Jayatu Sanskritam".