Friday, July 3, 2009

Samskrit Learning Series: Why Learning Samskrit Is Benefitial To You, Hurdles On The Way and How To Overcome Them...

Goal of this Series
This series is a modest attempt to facilitate the awareness... irrespective or race, religion, gender, location... of Samskrit language, and possible benefits it has to offer to a progressive mind. While there are significantly unique benefits to specific professionals, individuals, seekers, and groups, details of them beyond a brief mention, are considered outside the scope of the series.

The series focuses on factors that are of common interest of all rational thinking individuals in the modern world.
It is expected to be covered in series of 15 small posts.

(Samskrit is also spelled as Sanskrit, Samskrut, Sanskrut)

Some References Samskrit Bharati MIT, Stanford, University of Maryland, CMU/U Pitt, UPenn, Purdue, CalTech and PSU Collaboration for Samskrit American Sanskrit Institute Good collection of Sanskrit Documents Sanskrit Blog with very useful information and links More Samskrit Resources About various dimensions of Sanskrit


Chaitrali said...

A very good initiative, Sandeep. I feel fortunate to have known and learnt Sanskrit in school and while growing up in India. The benefit I see of learning and speaking Sanskrit is it enhances your pronunciation. Your speech becomes more clear and ofcourse good for the brain as you have mentioned already. Good going. Keep up the good work. Regards,
Chaitrali. Shubham Bhavatu!!

IndiaFirst said...

Good points Chaitrali, relating to pronunciation and brain capacities. Thanks for sharing your views and feedback. DhanyawadaHa !

Anonymous said...

Good brief and this post helped me alot in my college assignement. Say thank you you for your information.

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LOKIN SHAH said...

I am trying to search contact for Vadathu Samskritam, team which teaches Sanskrit. I want to learn. Anyone can help me?