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About this Course

The course intends to provide  a foundational guide towards the most Scientific Language – Sanskrit. Sanskrit – as a Language and its Literature – plays an important role in understanding the Indic perspective, understanding History, culture, philosophical concepts & aspects of India in a detailed manner. The course also intends to equip the participants with basic spoken Sanskrit skills, improving   vocabulary, memorization   skills   including   individual/group activities, seminar, presentations.

 

Course Information

Duration: 2 months
Lecture: 90 minutes
Frequency: Twice a Week
Level: Introductory
Medium: Bilingual (English/Hindi)
Delivery: Online through CIS Course Platform
Timings: Will be decided after discussion with Enrolled Students
Enrollment Last Date: 28th May 2022
Course Start Date : 03rd June 2022
Limited scholarships are available. Interested candidates can apply here: https://forms.gle/27tJHCGEZLB9JTd36
Contact Details: cis@indusuni.ac.in

 

What You’ll Learn

• The course ensures to impart the knowledge of Sanskrit Language and Literature.

• The course also intends to equip the participants with basic spoken Sanskrit skills, improving vocabulary, memorization skills including individual/group activities, seminar presentations.

 

What You’ll Get

• Live and interactive lectures with Instructor(s) twice a week.
• Special guest interactions with external experts to get comprehensive perspective.
• Reference materials like articles, online discussions and links to books and videos.
• Quizzes which will make you learn faster and more thoroughly.
• Indus University Certificate to certify that you have gone through and passed this course.
• An opportunity to work on various Indian Knowledge System (sponsored by Ministry of Education) projects to meritorious students.

 

Course Curriculum

1.1. Literature (Sanskrit : As a Language)
1.1.1. meaning of the word “Sanskrit” 00:00:00
1.1.2. Sanskrit & language families 00:00:00
1.1.3. Development of Sanskrit language 00:00:00
1.1.4. Paninian grammar 00:00:00
1.1.5 Sanskrit as a primary source. 00:00:00
1.2. Language (Conversational Sanskrit : Part -1)
1.2.1. Sanskrit alphabets: vowels, consonants & its various aspects 00:00:00
1.2.2. Places of articulation 00:00:00
1.2.3. Relation between vowels and consonants 00:00:00
1.2.4. Varna Viccheda (splitting the word) – varna Sanyojanam 00:00:00
1.2.5. Fundamentals of Sanskrit Language. 00:00:00
1.2.6. Pronouns of masculine, feminine, neutral. (singular & plural) 00:00:00
1.2.7. Singular and plural forms of the nouns in all the three genders 00:00:00
1.2.8. How to introduce oneself in Sanskrit 00:00:00
1.2.9. Pronouns (singular, dual, plural) 00:00:00
2.1. Literature (Vedas & Epics : An Introduction)
2.1.1. introduction to Vedas 00:00:00
2.1.2. Rigveda 00:00:00
2.1.3. Yajurveda 00:00:00
2.1.4. Samaveda 00:00:00
2.1.5. Atharvaveda 00:00:00
2.1.6. Introduction to epics: Ramayana, Mahabharata. 00:00:00
2.2. Language (Conversational Sanskrit : Part -2)
2.2.1. Tenses in Sanskrit 00:00:00
2.2.2. Present tense 00:00:00
2.2.3. Regular and Irregular verbs 00:00:00
2.2.4. Numbers- 1-50 00:00:00
2.2.5. Vocabulary– Days of the week, Months & Seasons, Fruits, Vegetables & Flowers, Colours 00:00:00
3.1. Literature (Classical Sanskrit Literature)
3.1.1. Introduction to classical Sanskrit literature 00:00:00
3.1.2. Prose & Poetry in Sanskrit 00:00:00
3.1.3. Mahakavyas in Sanskrit 00:00:00
3.1.4. Mahakavi Kalidasa, Bhasa , Bharavi 00:00:00
3.1.5. Sanskrit Dramas 00:00:00
3.1.6. Sanskrit Aesthetics 00:00:00
3.2. Language (Conversational Sanskrit : Part -3)
3.2.1. Cases in Sanskrit 00:00:00
3.2.2. Understanding Genitive and Locative Case 00:00:00
3.2.3. Accusative case & Ablative case 00:00:00
3.2.4. Time Telling 00:00:00
3.2.5. Numbers 51-100 00:00:00
3.2.6. Conversational Sanskrit 00:00:00
3.2.7. Reading Comprehension 00:00:00
3.2.8. Stories in Sanskrit 00:00:00
4.1. Literature (Arts and Sciences in Sanskrit)
4.1.1. Sanskrit as a Primary source 00:00:00
4.1.2. Economics in Sanskrit 00:00:00
4.1.3. Science in Sanskrit 00:00:00
4.1.4. Architecture in Sanskrit 00:00:00
4.1.5. Dramatics in Sanskrit 00:00:00
4.2. Language (Conversational Sanskrit : Part -4)
4.2.1. Instrumental & dative case 00:00:00
4.2.2. Indeclinable 00:00:00
4.2.3. Past Tense, Future Tense 00:00:00
4.2.4. Sentence making 00:00:00
4.2.5. Special rules of each case 00:00:00
4.2.6. Questions 00:00:00
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