Who is Professor Feroz Khan, whose appointment created a ruckus in BHU

Professor Feroz Khan's family lives in Bagru, Rajasthan. Feroze Khan has spent his childhood learning Sanskrit and among Hindu traditions.
Professor Feroz Khan
Professor Feroz Khan
Students have been opposing them since the appointment of Professor Feroz Khan in the Sanskrit faculty of Banaras Hindu University. But do you know that his father himself goes to temples and sings bhajans. In addition, he also serves cows in Goshala and no one has ever questioned him for this. Feroz Khan's father Ramzan Khan performs aarti in temples and also plays harmonium. In addition, he also sings bhajans. The environment of Ramdev Goshala in Chaitanyadham, Bagru, located 35 km from Rajasthan capital Jaipur, is quite different and better than the performance of BHU.

Let me tell you, Professor Feroz Khan started reading Sanskrit from the 5th grade. He then earned his MA and PhD from the National Institute of Sanskrit Education, Jaipur. Feroze Khan has also been honored at the state-level Sanskrit Yuva Pratibha Samman ceremony on Sanskrit Day celebrated on 14 August.

Professor Khan's family lives in Bagru, Rajasthan. Feroze Khan has spent his childhood learning Sanskrit and among Hindu traditions. Professor Khan's father has mastered Shastri in Sanskrit. He also sings devotional songs and serves cows in a nearby gaushala. During this time, he also goes to the mosque and performs namaz. Local people and other villagers have never had any problem with Ramadan Khan to follow the Hindu religion.

Feroze Khan's father said, "I was very happy when I came to know that my son has been appointed to the prestigious Bharat Hindu University. However, the performance of the students is quite unfortunate. I would like to say to the protesting students that my son has a Give it a chance and know what kind of background it comes from. " He added, "My son wanted to learn Sanskrit, so I got him admitted to school. After which he got higher education in Sanskrit and got an appointment with BHU."

Ramadan Khan said, "If the students of the university will listen to him peacefully and know his family history, he will be satisfied."

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