It will give voices to the children and the youth and their feelings about the great Indian tradition and culture, it added.
Its components will be Sukti, Prasang, Saptahiki, Sanskrit Darshan, Gyan Vigyan, Bal Vallari, Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat and Anvikshiki.
Under the Sukti, a quote from Sanskrit literature in the form of a Shloka will be explained.
Prasang will tell the story of the week from the field of art, culture, tradition, history and epics like the Ramayana, the Mahabharat, Upnishads, Vedas, etc.
Under Gyan-Vigyan, an interview with a leading light in Sanskrit will be a key element.
The Bal Vallary segment will have poetry or story-telling by children and youngsters in Sanskrit to popularise the language.
Under Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat, five commonly used words will be translated from Sanskrit to Hindi and another Indian language every week.
The closing segment, Anvikshiki will take a look at the major historical event of the week with the focus on India's rich culture and tradition, it added.