जिज्ञासूनां ज्ञानसाधनम्, ज्ञानिनां दानसाधनम् । is my vision of Sanskrit Wikipedia, roughly translated as the source of knowledge for seekers and the tool of sharking knowledge for Scholars. To realise this vision, I have spearheaded the most unique project of Content Development @ sa wiki for Samskrita Bharati (an NGO working for the cause of rejuvenation of Sanskrit language). Sanskrit is one of the most ancient and heritage language of the world, not spoken by many, needs more than just a scattered contributors across the globe to enhance the Wiki project. To cater to this need of bridging the heritage language with the latest technology, Samskrita Bharati took up this task as a project in the year 2011 at Bangalore . Since past 3 years, we have developed over 25,000 pages in all the projects of Samskrit Wikipedia.
I personally have traveled across the nation, addressing various gatherings of Sanskrit Scholars, students and teachers to introduce and popularise the Wikipedia. Many such seminars and workshops have been conducted by me at places like, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Mysore, Mangalore
I have been a India chapter member, and have organised many events to promote the Wiki projects. To that extent we have even designed and printed Wiki introductory manuals ([[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Sanskrit_Wikipedia_hand_book]]), brochures and handbooks. Most importantly I have successfully managed the team of more than 10 editors at Bangalore and duplicated the same work force in other centres of Samskrita Bharati viz, Ahmedabad
As an editor, i have about 2500 edits in various wiki projects together, and have auto patroller and AWB logins to work effectively.