The objectives of the Vidyapeetha as envisaged in the Memorandum of Association are the following

(1)    to preserve and impart instruction in traditional Sanskrit lore with special         attention to highly specialised branches of Sastras;  

(2)    to undertake interpretation of Sastras ;  

(3)    to establish their relevance to the problems in the modern context;  

(4)    to provide means of intensive training in modern as well as Shastraic lore for         teachers and to conduct research in Pedagogical aspects of Sanskrit         education;

(5)    to achieve excellence in these disciplines so that the Vidyapeetha will have a         distinctive character of its own;

(6)    to provide facilities for the study of such languages and literatures of Asia as         have a bearing on Sanskrit studies such as Pali, Tibetan, Mongolian, Japanese         etc.;

(7)    to publish literature and develop print and non-print materials in and about         Sanskrit including original texts, commentaries and translations;  

(8)    to collect, preserve and publish manuscripts and to provide means for         training in Manuscriptology specifically in scripts used for Sanskrit         manuscripts;

(9)    to provide means for education in modern disciplines needed for meaningful         interpretation of original Sanskrit texts including technical literature in         Sanskrit;