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“…. We are happy to keep you posted about our Samskrit training activities in the near future. You are welcome to share this with your contacts who may be interested.
1) From 20/09/2012 till end of December, a 3-month long Basic Course (Prathama Diksha) as per Rashtriya Samskrita Sansthan’s method will be conducted at Keshav Memorial College, Road Adjacent to Deepak Mahal Cinema, Narayanaguda, Hyderabad on weekdays (Mon-Fri) from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Contact Smt. Sarika on 93964 59184 or me (73962 49650) for enrollment.
2) From 30/09/2012 to 04/11/2012, an entry-level Shibir will be conducted at Nachiket Tapovan, Kavoory Hills, Near Madhapur Police Station, Hyderabad on Sundays only from 8am to 1pm. For details and enrollment, please contact Sri Karthik Tenneti (96666 50226) or email to email@example.com.
3) From 13/10/2012 to 10/11/2012, an entry-level Shibir will be conducted at Anandanagar Colony, Khairatabad, Hyderabad on Saturdays only from 8:30am to 1pm. For details, you may contact Sri Ramakrishna (97041 44409) or me (73962 49650).
4) There is a residential full-time residential basic programme from 01/10/2012 to 07/10/2012 at Saraswati Temple, Vargal (about 40kms from Hyderabad) for Vedapathasala students, teachers and archakas in temples. There are very few seats for others. For details, please contact Sri Ashok Reddy (92463 52319).
Contact classes are happening at Padmaraonagar and OU entrance. We allow newcomers also at these centres. For details please call me.
You may be aware that Samskrita Bharati has a programme (‘Sarala’) for children in 3rd to 6th standards. You can encourage schools (not offering Samskrit subject as part of their curriculum) to participate in this scheme. Sri Karthik Tenneti (96666 50226) is the coordinator for this programme. If you have any school in mind, please contact him, me or Samskrita Bharati office at Badi Chowdi on 2475 0333. Samskrita Bharati trains the eligible and interested teachers of the school to undertake these simple Samskrit classes as extra curricular activity or even as part of the language teaching at the school. There would be an exam and a certificate at the end of this module. …..”