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Samskrita Bharati -PRAVESHA Classes

posted Nov 4, 2018, 5:22 PM by Administrator One   [ updated Apr 12, 2020, 8:14 PM ]
Sri Aurobindo Society, Bangalore Branch, Halasuru in association with Samskrita Bharati, Halasuru is
organising a Samskrita Bharati -PRAVESHA Course at Halasuru.

VENUE: Sri Aurobindo Society, No. 110, Gangadhara Chetty Road, see (Opp. Ulsoor Lake)
Bangalore – 560 042
DATE : From Last (tentative) of October 2018. TIME : 4 pm to 5:30 pm hours Weekly.
DURATION: 4 months only

About the Samskrit Course

 The Pravesha course is structured into weekly sessions of 1.5 hours each, spread over 4 months,
1day/week. Not much background knowledge of Samskrit is necessary to attend it. At the end of the
course, each participant will be able to speak and write simple sentences in Samskrit and gain
confidence and motivation to pursue it further 3 (three) more levels Viz., Parichaya, Shiksha and
Kovida – Courses after which you may attain familiarity to write advanced degree level courses later
for most of the universities in India. The completion may take 2 years. 

Following are the advantages of taking this course:
  • Right opportunity for beginners.
  • Evolved and proven course structure.
  • NO fees for this course.
  • Prior knowledge of spoken or written skills NOT necessary. However familiarity in Devanagari (Hindi) script will help. 
  • Dispels initial apprehension that Samskrit is a difficult language.
  • At the end of the course you will be able to write and speak better in Samskritam.
  • Unique interactive approach for teaching conversational and writing skills in Samskrit.
  • This short course can also be used as a stepping stone for further explorations into the vast world of Samskritam.
  • Sanskrit being an ancient and mother of most languages, any Samskrit literate would find it very easy to pick up other languages when needed. For example, "dwau" in Samskrit modifies to "two" in English, "Zwei" in German, "Due" in Italian, "Dos" in Spanish, "Do" in Hindi, "Dui" in Bengali, "Don" in Marathi and so on. Also, "tr" in Samskrit modifies to "Three" in English, "Drei" in German, "tre" in Italian, "Tres" in Spanish, "Teen" in Hindi and Marathi, "Tina" in Bengali and so on. 
  • Samskrit has a very vast repository of the world's most advanced literature from ancient times.
  • Samskrit means Samskruti (Culture). 

For more details, contact:
  • Sri Lahiri.S.S at Mob# 99805 19855
  • Smt Neelam at 9845462685
  • Sri Parthasarathy.K at Mob# 94498 29159(SMS), 91139 93846-WhatsApp

Please do participate and spread the word among your friends to join the First level (Beginners)

जयतु संस्कृतम्, जयतु भारतम् ।