We meet every Tuesday in the MIT Campus to learn and practice speaking in Sanskrit. The Sanskrit classes are conducted in collaboration with Samskrita Bharati, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing Sanskrit usage back to daily life.
The classes assume no prior experience or knowledge of Sanskrit. The language is taught in a direct, interactive, and intuitive manner. The students can learn to converse effortlessly in a fun-filled environment.
We currently have three levels of classes: Classes will be held in MIT Room 2-151.
|Devanagari Script||Tuesdays 5:30-6 pm|
|Beginner-I||Tuesdays 6-7 pm|
|Beginner-II||Tuesdays 7-8 pm|
|Intermediate||Tuesdays 8-8:30 pm|
In addition to the weekly classes, Samskrita Bharati conducts Annual residential family camps to teach Samskritam. The details about the east-coast camps are available here - Jaahnavii.
Special 2-day weekend camp
Satuday and Sunday, November 3 and 4 , 2012 from 9:30AM-4:30PM in room 1-277.
Talk on Ashtanga Yoga , by Dr. M. A. Jayashree and Prof. M. A. Narasimhan.
15th Oct 2012, 6:30 to 7:30, MIT Room 5-233 .