Monthly Archives: April 2011

VedapAthashAlAs – the Institutes for learning Sanskrit

Here is information about a VedapAthashAlA in AP, India Namo Namaha! We are a Veda Patashaala based in India – we have recorded the great Sanskrit MahaKavyas Megha Sandesham, Kumara Sambhavam, Kirata Arjuniyam and Raghu Vamsham in immaculate Sanskrit and … Continue reading

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Two Programs in May 2011 in Mulund and Pune

Two programs for Sanskrit Learning. 1- Summer Camp for Children @ Mulund 2 to 7 May and 2 – 10 day residential course @ Pune 7 to 17 May (1) The program in Mulund is a summer camp for children … Continue reading

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A Week-long Spoken Sanskrit Residential Camp in CA, USA

Prajnaa 2011   A Week-long Spoken Sanskrit Residential Camp for Youth! Imagine a fun filled week-long camp set in a great location on the beach at Sausalito, CA (near San Fransisco), where you learn to speak, play games, and chat … Continue reading

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A Week-long Spoken Sanskrit Residential Camp in USA

Shraddhaa 2011   A Week-long Spoken Sanskrit Residential Camp for Youth! Imagine a fun filled week-long camp set in a great location in the Pocono Mountains at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, Saylorsburg, PA, where you learn to speak, play games, and … Continue reading

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News from Samskrita Bharati, Hyderabad

News from Samskrita Bharati, Hyderabad 1) ‘Kanakabhisheka’ to Mahamahopadhyaya Sri Pullela Ramachandrudu by his disciples and admirers at Ravindra Bharati Main Auditorium Hall, Lakdi-ka-pul, Hyderabad on 24/04/2011 at 6pm. You may be aware that Sri Pullela Sriramachandrudu received ‘Padmasri’ award … Continue reading

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Sydney Sanskrit School Launches Dhimahi Magazine

Sydney Sanskrit School Launches Dhimahi Magazine (See http://www.sanskritschool.org) SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, March 2011: On 19 March, the Sydney Sanskrit School under the auspices of the School of Vedic Sciences (Aust) Inc, launched their bimonthly magazine Dhimahi. The newsletter published once every … Continue reading

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