Beginner’s Sanskrit

Who is it for

  • Anyone who knows the value of Sanskrit and is committed to learning the language from basics
  • A student of Sanskrit at beginner-level
  • A language-enthusiast seeking to learn an ancient, logical language
  • A cultural-enthusiast seeking to learn an ancient, wisdom-rich language

What to expect

  • Expect to go from a complete-beginner into an upper-intermediate level learner in Sanskrit by the end of the course
  • An instructor who is committed to make sure that each live-class adds incremental value to the student and to the overall course progression

Course Overview

Course Work

  • The Cambridge Introduction to Sanskrit – 40 Units

Learning Mode

  • Online Live-Classes (No pre-recorded videos)

Course Structure

  • From basic Sanskrit letters to advanced Sanskrit grammar

Class Size

  • Maximum 4 students per class

Course Duration

  • 160 Live-Classes over the period of 20 months

Class Frequency

  • Weekly 2 Live classes

How to know if this course is right for me?

What it is

  • This is a long-term, intensive program
  • Offered for purpose-driven, committed-learners
  • Each class will be a live-interactive session

What it is not

  • This is not a pre-recorded course
  • Classes are not subscription-based – purely with the intention to accommodate only committed-learners in the class

Ideal Course Progression

  • To transform a student from a complete-beginner into an upper-intermediate level learner in Sanskrit, 40 units are covered in 160 Live-Classes
  • At unit level, usually there will be two Live-Classes to introduce the concepts in that unit. Third Live Class will be to review the current as well as the immediately previous unit. Fourth live class will be to review the concepts covered from the beginning till that point in the course.
  • Sanskrit is logical as well as memorization-intensive. Frequent revision helps with better retention and increased conceptual clarity.

Withdrawal Option & Refund Policy

  • To help with the decision on this, option-to-withdraw window will open when the initial 6 units are covered and when the course would be progressing from Unit 7 to 8.
  • The conceptual depth will begin only after Unit 7. Hence, after 90 days (ie) after 6 Units into the course, the option-to-withdraw window will open for 28 days (ie) 4 weeks. The student will have the option to withdraw during this period by writing to us at [email protected]
  • Refund will be processed on pro-rated basis by excluding the proportionate fee for the classes the student has already attended.

When does the course begin?

  • The registration for the classes are on rolling-basis.
  • The classes for the first batch begins from 2022.

How can I enroll?

Payment Plans

3 x Monthly

$ 300

Beginner’s Sanskrit
160 Live Classes
40 Course Units
Weekly 2 Live Classes
Supplementary Modules
2 x Monthly

$ 450

Beginner’s Sanskrit
160 Live Classes
40 Course Units
Weekly 2 Live Classes
Supplementary Modules
One-time Fee

$ 900

Beginner’s Sanskrit
160 Live Classes
40 Course Units
Weekly 2 Live Classes
Supplementary Modules

What are the supplementary modules?

Main Course

  • The main course consists of 40 Units of Sanskrit Grammar.
  • These 40 Units will be covered in 160 Live Classes.
  • Course fee is only for these 160 Live Classes.
  • Supplementary classes are neither priced nor mandatory.
  • These supplementary classes will begin only when the main course has progressed beyond Unit 10.
  • This is in order to allow the student to initially concentrate fully on learning the language basics and also to allow for better appreciation towards the subject that will be discussed in supplementary classes.

Supplementary Modules

  • Srimad Bhagavad Gita will be discussed in supplementary classes.
  • Srimad Bhagavad Gita contains 18 Chapters and 700 Verses.
  • Each verse is rich in meaning and is composed in a very simple and beautiful language that a beginner can easily understand.
  • Due to the priceless nature of Srimad Bhagavad Gita and the wisdom this sacred work has to offer, these supplementary classes will never be priced.
  • Supplementary classes will start with Srimad Bhagavad Gita, traversing through 18 Chapters, in verse-by-verse mode.

How will my classes be scheduled?

  • Please write to us at [email protected] – mentioning your time zone and preferred timing for the classes.
  • Please also mention the Invoice ID you had received after enrollment and the mail ID you had used while enrolling in the course.
  • Since these are Live-Classes, we would like to schedule the classes considering the student’s preferences and availability.
  • Once the class-timings are fixed for weekly 2 live classes, then the same routine will continue for the entire course duration.
  • In case of any modification that will be needed in future related to the class-schedule, the student can write to us at [email protected]

How much time time would I need to devote?

  • The fixed time requirements are only for weekly 2 Live Classes. Each class would be for around 50 minutes to 1 hour in duration.
  • Practice hours at home may vary depending on personal learning style. 30 minutes per day would be a good starting point.
  • Supplementary classes will begin only after Unit 10. Also, these are not mandatory to get through the main course.

I have some more questions in addition to the things mentioned above.

  • Please feel free to reach out to us directly at [email protected]. Or, please write to us through this contact form.
  • We wish to see you soon in our Beginner’s Sanskrit program. Please note that the registration for the upcoming batch closes in

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