Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai

Vivekananda Sanskrit Course

Sanskrit is the divine language… Sanskrit is the language of God… Sanskrit and prestige go together in India… The very sound of Sanskrit words gives a prestige and a power and a strength to the race, says Swami Vivekananda.

Many of us want to learn Sanskrit in order to study scriptures in the original and chant Sanskrit hymns and know their meanings also. In order to accomplish that, we have introduced a one-year Sanskrit Course, called Vivekananda Sanskrit Course, as a part of Swami Vivekananda’s 150th Birthday Celebrations.  Teachers from Samskrita Bharati will handle the classes.

Course Details

Level 1 (6 months):

To be held on: 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Time : 7.15 to 8.30 pm

Medium of Instruction : Sanskrit

Venue                           : Ramakrishnananda Hall, Sri Ramakrishna Math, Mylapore
Donation                      : 500/- (Rupees five hundred only) Donations can be made here.
Age:                             : Men & Women above 12 years

Course material (book) will be provided.

  1. Text book followed: Bhasha Pravesh I.
  2. At the end of the course, participants will be able to speak in Sanskrit and also understand Sanskrit Slokas.
  3. Exam (oral and written) will be conductedand Certificate will be given.
  4. Special classes will be conducted in common places once a month on a Sunday between 10.00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m where students from other centres will also join.

Level 2

Duration of the course, venue, time, medium of instruction and fees for Level 2 are same as Level 1 given above.

  1. Text Book – Bhasha Pravesh II
  2. At the end of the course, participants will be able to read and understand Ramayana, Bhagavata and such texts.

Interested people may please contact Math Office for registration and other details:

SRI RAMAKRISHNA MATH
31, Ramakrishna Math Road, Mylapore
CHENNAI – 600004.     Phone: 044 – 24621110
e-mail : mail@chennaimath.org

Notice:

There will be a Shibiram (introductory classes) for 10 days from 2nd April 2014 for both Level 1 and Level 2 students.  Regular course will commence from 14th April 2014. 

Application form can be downloaded here (Click and Save the form).

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Comments (8)

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    R GANESH

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    Namasthe My daughter is class VIII student. Please let me know the details of classes
    conducted in T.Nagar Branch please.
    Thank you

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    subrahmanyam

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    Namaskaram ! I want to learn sanskrit . PLease let me know the registration details n dates for beginners.

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    vishnupriya

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    Radhekrishna…..

    Respected sir,
    iam an lecturer but iam intrested to learn sankrit. iam leaving near perambur can u say classes near by the area. when was next section of class is going to start.

    Reply

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    Anil Deshmukh

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    Dear Sir,
    I am a professional aged 54 years. I am looking for a Sanskrit tutor in & around poonamalee, essentially associated with your organisation directly or indirectly. I wish I can make maximum use of my time before/after duty hours. Please let me know if anybody can help me.

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    T.R.Balaraman

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    namaskarams.
    Can you please let me know as to when the next beginners’ course for Sankrit starts.
    Thanking you

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    Somasundar Rao V

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    Namasthe Guruji,

    I am interested in learning Sanskrit. I am a retired employee, living in Kolathur, Chennai. Please let me know the details of Sanskrit teaching centres in Kolathur or nearer to it.

    Pranam

    Somasundar Rao

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    Mohan

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    Namaste Ji. Sri Ramakrishna Math is doing yeoman service since its inception about one and half century. The society should come forward to grab the opportunities that the Math provides in various fields. Shubhadinam!

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    Arasumani

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    The Math has initiated a great service to the people in the modern world especially for the students to understand our scriptures.

    Reply

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