Shri Veda Bharathi (SVB) is a Public Charitable Trust, formed with the holy objectives of preservation and propagation of Vedic knowledge, and has been striving seriously for the same, for the past three decades. One of the activities taken up by SVB is spreading Sanskrit language as it is essential to understand the eternal Vedic knowledge systems.
Earlier SVB has conducted a series of training programmes under the title of “Learning Sanskrit”. Started in the year 2020, SVB has successfully completed three courses so far. Being impressed by the syllabus, teaching methodology , study material, interaction etc, the participants have been requesting for some more course on similar lines, covering sabdas, dhatus, anvayam, alamkaras, etc.
Accordingly, Shri Veda Bharthi is now commencing next course SKT 4- “Learning Sanskrit-Course 4” from December,29, 2021, with about 30 sessions. Details of the course are given here under. It may please be noted that Sundarakanda of Valmiki Ramayana will be taken for reference broadly.
We heartily invite you all to join this course for getting the benefit of our rich cultural heritage.
Please fill the following form with your details to join the Training Program
SKT 4- “Learning Sanskrit-Course 4”
Details of the Course:
1) No previous knowledge is required to attend classes online.
2) This course is mainly for those interested in Learning Sanskrit
3) Course will commence from 29.12.2021.
About 30 sessions, initially with one session per week. Each session will be of 1 hour duration
4) Day : Monday
Time:from 06.00 PM to 07.00PM IST.
.5) No fee for the course.
However participants may offer voluntary donations to "Shri Veda Bharathi" , for supporting projects like Veda parayana, Veda parirakshana, publications etc.
6) Links of Recorded videos of earlier Classes will be made available..
7) Medium of instruction will be Telugu.
8) To know more about Shri Veda Bharathi, please visit http://www.shrivedabharathi.in/
9) Course Contents:
Sundarakanda –First sarga
Sabda manjari (part)
It is hoped that the participants will find improvement in understanding holy texts of sanatana dharma.
Course Director :
“Vachaspati”, “Samskrit Mitra” “Sanskrit Sevavrati”,
M.Sc.(Nuclear Physics),M.A.,Ph.D.(Sanskrit),M.A.,Ph.D.(Jyotisha) D.Litt(Hon)
Mobile:+91 98494 59316
Sri Venkat Indrakanti (USA): 1(512) 789-1279
Sri Oruganti Venkata Ramanayya (India): +91 83674 25628
For more details, please contact:
Smt. Shanti Kiranmai (India) :+91 88977 69316;
Shri Anantha Ramanand (UK) : +44 7884 508411
Course Duration - 30 sessions
One Session of one hour per week
Start Date - 29 Dec 2021
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Introduction to Sanskrit language, broad description of the components of Sanskrit, Sabdas and their categories, viz., Ajanta (terminals with owels), Hal-anta (terminals with consonants), sarva naama, with universal application, representative words of different categories with seven forms of singular, binary and plural expressions, avyayas, formation of compound words (Samaasas), etc.
Case studies for deciphering the meanings of Sanskrit sentences- illustrations from Sundara kanda and Bala Ramayanam.
Significance of Sanskrit language: Bharat, that is India, is fortunate to have a structured language Sanskrit adopted from ancient times. The richness and greatness of this country lie mainly in the knowledge preserved for several millennia. The Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Vedangas, Darsanas, Kavyas, commentaries, philosophies, books of sciences, astronomy, mathematics etc. and thousands of other great works composed by great sages, saints and scholars are all in Sanskrit.
When a man likes to lead a cultured life, one has to acquire knowledge related to that aspect. Fortunately several great books are available in Sanskrit on every aspect of life. Only because of this reason, this country had visitors from several foreign countries for the past several thousands of years. It is a well structured and well reformed language with facilities to absorb words of different cultures and to create new compound words to describe any particular item or event.
Unfortunately, attempts for denigration of study of this great language were initiated and carried out during the foreign rule. Technologically it is proved to be the best language in the world for computerization. But our own children and even elders are not aware of the significance and the structure of this language.
In this background, attempts are made by several stalwarts and institutions for restoration of study of this language and for taking this subject again into every strata of life. As part of it, Shri Veda Bharathi is conducting a Diploma course in Sanskrit.