Vyoma Samskrita-Seva Courses

Catalogue of Vyoma Samskrita-Seva offerings (incl. e-learning tools, audio/video products, courses, discourses, books (kindle/physical), apps and games)

Sl. NoCourse NameNature TypeSubjectLanguageCourse DescriptionTutorsNumber of LecturesDuration (hours)Status
1Gitagovindam (Discourse in Kannada)Free Course / ToolDevotional TextsKannadaGitagovinda of Jayadeva is one of the most popular texts of Bhakti literature. Though it is superficially a sringara kavya, the core is purely divine, leading the devotee (Jivatma) on to the path of union with the Lord (Paramatma). This course consists of a 3-part discourse on the Gitagovindam by Smt. Ananthalakshmi Natarajan, and also an independent single discourse on the Ashtapadis.Smt. Ananthalakshmi Natarajan
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2Gurutattvam (Discourse in Kannada)Free Course / ToolDevotional TextsKannadaGurutattva is a series of lectures by Mahamahopadhyaya So.Ti.Nagaraja, delivered during the 10 Anniversary celeberations of Sri Dattashrama Somapura. These lectures are based on the collection of verses on Gurutattva, originally compiled by Vidwan Sri Naveen Holla.MM Vid. So Ti Nagaraj
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3Haribhaktimanjusha - An in-depth study of Narada Bhakti SutrasFree Course / ToolDevotional TextsTamilThe Naradabhaktisutra is a very important text in Bhakti tradition. Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal has written a vyakhyanaa titled Haribhaktimanjusha for the 84 sutras. This commentary is in the form of vrittis (verses), and brings out the deep tattvas of the sutras with ease.In this course, the sutras, along with the commentary have been taught extensively by Dr. S Umapathi, who is a veteran scholar of Sahityashastra, and a disciple of Sri. Krishnapremi Swamigal.Dr. S Umapathi
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4Sri Venkatachala Mahatmyam (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolDevotional TextsTamilSri Venkatachala Mahatmyam is a part of the Divyadesha Vaibhavam – Part -1 of Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal, narrated in 10 adhyayas in the upajati vrtta. It described the story of Lord Venkateshwara and ends with Padmavati Parinaya. This course covers the text in simple Tamil, focussing on comprehension without going into full grammatical details.Dr. Malavi Hari
2020Ongoing
5Lilavati - A Primer of Indian MathematicsFree Course / ToolGanita ShastraSanskritLilavati is one of the most important and famous texts of Indian Mathematics, composed by the great Mathematician Bhaskaracharya, in the 12th century CE. In this course, Lilavati will be studied along with the commentary Buddhivilasini of Ganesha Daivajna.Shri. Anand Viswanathan
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6Vibhakti - Learn to make sentences using the correct Case-endingsFree Course / ToolGrammarSanskrit-EnglishThe course covers examples and forms of the vibhakti and the major contexts in which the vibhaktis are used. It is an application-oriented course with lots of in-class activities.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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7Learn Shabdaroopas - Level 1 (Common Ajanta words and Pronouns)Free Course / ToolGrammarSanskritA multimedia tool to learn shabdarupas. The tool contains audios in both teaching and repetition mode, in sync with the script on screen. There are also helpful indices to navigate based on meaning or alphabetical order. First level of the 5-part tool contains 30 Noun forms with Audio and script (Common pullinga-strilinga-napumsakalinga words and sarvanaamas).Vyoma Team
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8Master Basic Shabdarupas and DhaturupasFree Course / ToolGrammarSanskritThis is a completed webinar course to learn the forms of Sanskrit Shabdas (nouns) and Dhatus (Verbal roots). Shabdas (Noun forms) and Dhatus (Verbal Forms) are the backbone of sentence construction. Vyoma Linguistic Labs Foundation has developed a unique method of learning the Shabdas and Kriyapadas. Important forms useful for composition, conversations are taught by Shri. Kiran Bhat, covering about 124 noun forms and 108 verbal forms.Shri. Kiran Bhat
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9Kridantas - Learn to make sentences using the correct Kridanta formsFree Course / ToolGrammarSanskrit-EnglishKridantas are one of the most common type of words in Samskrta, found in almost every sentence. This course focusses on examples and usage of some of the important Krdantas, and the simple grammar principles to derive the Kridanta forms for about 400 common verbs.
Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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10Shuddhikaumudi - A guide to building error-free Sanskrit sentencesFree Course / ToolGrammarSanskritShuddhikaumudi is a course based on a book of the same name published by Samskrita Bharati. In this course, learners will learn about the common mistakes that occur during speaking or writing Samskrita, and more importantly, learn the grammatical concepts and tips that will help them avoid such errors.Dr. Udayana Hegde
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11Learn Shabdaroopas - Level 5 (Very Rare Ajanta and Halanta words)Free Course / ToolGrammarSanskritA multimedia tool to learn shabdarupas. The tool contains audios in both teaching and repetition mode, in sync with the script on screen. There are also helpful indices to navigate based on meaning or alphabetical order. Fourth level of the 5-part tool contains 40 Noun forms with Audio and script (Very Rare Ajanta and Halanta shabdas).Vyoma Team
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12Samaasas – Basics of Compound Words (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolGrammarSanskritSamaasa (The science of compound words) is one of the most important concepts of Sanskrit Grammar, because most Sanskrit sentences and shlokas contain compound words abundantly. This course attempts to introduce the basic principles of Samaasas and the major types of Samaasas, with more focus on understanding popularly used Samastapadas.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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13Sandhi Viveka (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolGrammarTamilSandhi Vivekah is one of the texts prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board. This course contains audio in tamil, explaining all the types of sandhis in the book in detail with word-to-word meaning in the shlokas. The sutras for each sandhi are also mentioned.Smt. Malathy B
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14Samasa Kusumavali (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolGrammarTamilSamasa Kusumavali is one of the texts prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board. This course contains audios in tamil, explaining the all the types of samsasa in detail with detailed meaning of every shloka and example in each type.Smt. Malathy B
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15Saralavyakaranam (Preparatory course with Tamil Explanation for Chitoor Exams Level 4)Free Course / ToolGrammarTamilSarala Vyakaranam is one of the texts prescribed for Samartha exam in the Chittoor Board. This book consists of topics in grammar section along with many examples. The course consists of audio lectures in Tamil explaining every division under the grammar section and also describing the provided examples.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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16High School Sanskrit Grammar Made EasyFree Course / ToolGrammarSanskrit-EnglishA comprehensive course on the basics of Sanskrit Grammar by Shri. Venkatasubramanian P, who has been teaching the same for more than 14 years in the face to face mode. Sanskrit Grammar has been a challenge for many high school students. Students try to memorize the grammar without understanding the concepts. The concepts, examples, tests, techniques, tables, projects, tips and tricks in the course significantly improve the students' ability to master basic Sanskrit grammar.Vid. Venkata Subramanian P
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17Foundations of Sanatana DharmaFree Course / ToolHinduismEnglishThis is a Webinar course to understand the foundations of Sanātana Dharma. The contents have been carefully selected to cover important concepts of Sanātana Dharma in a concise manner. It includes concept of pramāṇa, dimensions of our life, caturdaśa vidyāsthānas, cycle of life, theory of karma, goals of life, etc. Both practical examples and core concepts would be covered. This course is a ‘must attend’ for any seeker who wants to understand the basics of ‘Hinduism’.Prof. B Mahadevan
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18Srimad Bhagavata Saptaha - Discourse in TamilFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaTamilThis is a series of 7 Tamil discourses on Srimad Bhagavatam by Upanyaasakeerti, Sarasa-bhaashee, Pravachana Balavaageeshwara, Bhagavatha Ratnam Brahmasri Sengalipuram Subramania Deekshitar. These discourses were delivered as a part of Bhagavata Saptaha Parayanam held in April 2020.BrShri. Subramania Deekshitar
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19Dharmadarpana - A mirror to Dharma through the conversations of Valmiki RamayanamFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaKannadaDharmadarpana is a series of lectures based on conversations on Dharma from the Valmiki Ramayana. In these Kannada discourses, Mahamahopadhyaya Brahmashri Vidvan So Ti Nagaraja Sharma takes us through the conversations of the Ramayana, analysing the characters and context of the conversation, its various implications on Dharma, and most importantly, action-points which emerge from the conversation for us to include in our daily life.
MM Vid. So Ti Nagaraj
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20Management aspects of SundarakandamFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishSundarakandam has been always shared as an Anugraha grantha which showers blessings on its devotees and fulfills all desires – shreyas and preyas. Like all Indian scriptures, it contains multiple knowledge systems within the womb, along with an interesting storyline. This series attempts to share a few of interesting aspects, such as Anger management, Stress management, Leadership principles, etc.Vid. Venkata Subramanian P
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21Balakanda of the Valmiki Ramayana – A bird’s eye viewFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe Valmiki Ramayana forms the foundation of the entire spectrum of Indian culture and thought through the ages. In these lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan summarises the contents of the epic Sarga-wise, and brings special focus on practical guidelines from the epic for various aspects of life management. First course of this series covers the Balakanda of the Ramayana.Prof. B Mahadevan
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22Ayodhyakanda of the Valmiki Ramayana – A bird’s eye viewFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe Valmiki Ramayana forms the foundation of the entire spectrum of Indian culture and thought through the ages. In these lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan summarises the contents of the epic Sarga-wise, and brings special focus on practical guidelines from the epic for various aspects of life management. Second course of this series covers the Ayodhyakanda of the Ramayana.Prof. B Mahadevan
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23Sundarakandam - a few mahamantras (Discourse in Tamil)Free Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe entire essence of Ramayana is summarized in Sundarakanda and each shloka of it is considerd as a mantra. Here, Sundarakanda is presented in a Pravacana style by Vyoma Sanskrit Brothers, Sri Venkat and Sri Vishwanath, in Tamil language. Through these discourses we can experience those divine aspects of Sundarakanda and enhance our knowledge about the scripture.Vid. Viswanathan P
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24Aranyakanda of the Valmiki Ramayana – A bird’s eye viewFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe Valmiki Ramayana forms the foundation of the entire spectrum of Indian culture and thought through the ages. In these lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan summarises the contents of the epic Sarga-wise, and brings special focus on practical guidelines from the epic for various aspects of life management. Third course of this series covers the Aranyakanda of the Ramayana.Prof. B Mahadevan
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25Adityahridayam - The power of Surya UpasanaFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishAditya-hridayam is seen in the sarga 105 of Yuddha kanda of Valmiki Ramayana. It contains 31 shlokas. This stotra is usually taught to children and students for health, success and achievement in life. This course consists a 9-part discourse series on the auspicious occasion of Vasanta-Navaratri, in which Vyoma Sanskrit Brothers (Shri. Venkatasubramanian and Shri. Viswanathan) taught the chanting of Adityahridaya stotram and explored the bhavartha of the verses.Vid. Viswanathan P
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26Kishkindhakanda of the Valmiki Ramayana – A bird’s eye viewFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe Valmiki Ramayana forms the foundation of the entire spectrum of Indian culture and thought through the ages. In these lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan summarises the contents of the epic Sarga-wise, and brings special focus on practical guidelines from the epic for various aspects of life management. Fourth course of this series covers the Kishkindhakanda of the Ramayana.Prof. B Mahadevan
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27Sundarakanda of the Valmiki Ramayana – A bird’s eye viewFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe Valmiki Ramayana forms the foundation of the entire spectrum of Indian culture and thought through the ages. In these lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan summarises the contents of the epic Sarga-wise, and brings special focus on practical guidelines from the epic for various aspects of life management. Fifth course of this series covers the Sundarakanda of the Ramayana.Prof. B Mahadevan
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28Srimad Bhagavata Mahatmyam – Verse by Verse (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaTamilThis course covers the six chapters of the Bhagavata-mahatmya found in the Uttara-khanda of the Padma Purana (Chapters 193 to 198). The reading of Mahatmyam gives us a clear idea about the greatness and impact of reading Bhagavatam as a bhakti and spiritual treatise.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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29Yuddhakanda of the Valmiki Ramayana - A bird's eye viewFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaEnglishThe Valmiki Ramayana forms the foundation of the entire spectrum of Indian culture and thought through the ages. In these lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan summarises the contents of the epic Sarga-wise, and brings special focus on practical guidelines from the epic for various aspects of life management. Sixth course of this series covers the Yuddhakanda of the Ramayana.Prof. B Mahadevan
1929Ongoing
30Srimad Bhagavatam - Skandha 1(Tamil explanation)Free Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaTamilSrimad Bhagavatam is one of the most popular of the 18 Mahapuranas, composed by Veda Vyasa. In 12 skandhas and nearly 18000 shlokas, it describes the various avataras of Narayana, and the glory of Bhaktimarga (path of devotion) in reaching the ultimate goal of life. In this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains in detail the 19 adhyayas of the first skandha in Tamil, along with the commentary Shridhariya.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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31Srimad Bhagavatam Skandha 1 - Simple Verse-by-Verse explanation in KannadaFree Course / ToolItihaasa-puraanaKannadaThis is a pre-recorded video series consisting of the shlokas of first skandha of Srimad Bhagavatham explained in Kannada, by Vid. M. Vijayalakshmi. The teacher brings out the profound tattvas hidden in this Mahapuranam in a simple language, with authentic interpretations drawn from the traditional Sanskrit commentaries like Shridhariyam.Vid. M Vijayalakshmi Bhat
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32Ramakatha - Selected verses from Ramodanta for beginners in EnglishFree Course / ToolKaavyaEnglishRamakatha is prescribed for the first level of examinations (Paricaya) by the Chittoor Board. The portion comprises of 71 shloka-s selected from the Ramodanta. They cover the story of the entire Ramayana. These verses are ideal for beginners of Sanskrit to get an exposure to Sanskrit literature. In these lectures, Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur explains the verses with word-by-word meaning in English, and also covers certain basic grammatical aspects.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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33Raghuvamsha - Sarga 12 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilRaghuvamsha, authored by Kalidasa, is one of the five great poems of Samskrita Literature – the पञ्च-महाकाव्यs. It is one of the masterpieces of Kalidasa, a mahakavya describing the glorious lineage of the Raghus, starting from Dilipa till Agnivarna. The 12th sarga of this poem, dealing with the story of the Ramayana, from the exiling of Rama till the death of Ravana, has 104 shlokas in the Anushtup chandas. The course contains audios explaining the verses in Tamil.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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34Sanskrit songs from Unnamya DrishtamFree Course / ToolKaavyaSanskrit‘उन्नम्य दृष्टम्’ is a collection of Sanskrit verses and songs penned by Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan, published by Vyoma Linguistic Labs Foundation. This course contains the audio of 10 songs from the book, on various divinities. Most of the songs are set to a simple tune, and can be learnt easily by children.Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan
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35Kaavya - Shaastra -Sambandha - Appreciating the intersection of Literature and ShaastrasFree Course / ToolKaavyaKannadaVideo lectures in Kannada highlight the relationship between Kaavyas and Shaastras. Mahamahopadhyaya Vid. So Ti Nagaraja Sharma presents salient aspects from the Sundarakanda and Raghuvamsha.
MM Vid. So Ti Nagaraj
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36Kiratarjuniyam - Sarga 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKiratarjuniyam is one of the five mahakavyas or great epics of the classical Samskrita literature. Bharavi, author of this kavya, is famous for the depth of meaning (अर्थ-गौरवम्). In these video lectures, Ms. Visalakshi Sankaran explains first sarga of the kavya in simple Tamil.
Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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37Raghuvamsha - Sarga 02 (Select shlokas prescribed for Kovida exam, Tamil)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilRaghuvamsha, authored by Kalidasa, is one of the five great poems of Samskrita Literature – the पञ्च-महाकाव्यs. The 2nd sarga titled Nandini varapradanam, is one of the most popular portions of the poem, describing Dileepa's devotion and service to the divine cow Nandini. 22 shlokas from the second sarga have been prescribed for the Kovida examination of Samskrita Bharati. In these audio lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the meaning of these shlokas in lucid Tamil, bringing out the charm of Kalidasa’s words with unmatched simplicity.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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38Champu Ramayana - Baalakaanda - In-depth studyFree Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritThe Champuramayana of Bhoja is one of the most popular kavya-s of the Champu type, known for the beauty of expressions. The Balakanda of this poem is prescribed for study in many examinations at the graduate level. In this webinar series, both prose and verse are explained in detail, with focus on understanding each word grammatcially, and also appreciating the poetic beauty of the text.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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39Venisamharam - Act 3 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilVenisamhara is a drama in six acts, composed by Bhatta Narayana. It derives its name from the ferocious vow of Bhima. Bhima is enraged by the humiliation of Draupadi in the court of Kauravas. He vows to drink the blood of Dushshasana, break the thigh of Duryodhana, and smear Draupadi’s hair with that blood. In these audio lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the text in simple Sanskrit.
Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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40Kadambari - Shukanasopadesha (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilShukanasopadesha - the advice given by minister Shukanasa to the prince Chandrapida, is one of the most popular portions of Banabhatta's Kadambari. The portion is beautiful both from a language and content perspective. In this course, the Shukanasopadesha is explained in detail in simple Tamil.
Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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41Dashakumaracharitam - Poorvapeethikaa (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilDashakumaracharitam is one of the most popular Gadyakavyas of Sanskrit, authored by the great poet Dandin. It is an akhyayika type of prose, with a purely imaginary plot, narrated in an extraordinarily engaging manner by the poet. As the name suggests, it involves the adventures of ten young men, led by the prince Rajavahana. In these audio lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the Purvapeethika portion of the text. She brings out the beauty of prose in easy Tamil, creating a simple path through the dense gadyas.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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42Svapnavasavadattam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilSvapnavasavadattam of Bhasa is one of the masterpieces of Sanskrit Drama. It is a 6-act drama focussing on the love between the Vatsa king Udayana, and Vasavadatta, the princess of Avanti. These audio lectures by Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explain the entire drama in simple Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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43Poorvamegha (Section 1 of Meghaduta - Tamil)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMeghaduta (also known as Meghasandesha) of Kalidasa is one of the most popular kavyas in Sanskrit Literature. With an extremely simple storyline – a cursed yaksha sending a message to his wife in a far-off place through a cloud-messenger, the poem offers full scope to the wondrous descriptive powers of the great poet. In these audio lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran has explained the verses of Purvamegha (The first portion with 66 verses in which the yaksha describes the path from Ramagiri to Alaka to the cloud).Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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44Uttaramegha (Section 2 of Meghaduta - Tamil)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMeghaduta (also known as Meghasandesha) of Kalidasa is one of the most popular kavyas in Sanskrit Literature. With an extremely simple storyline – a cursed yaksha sending a message to his wife in a far-off place through a cloud-messenger, the poem offers full scope to the wondrous descriptive powers of the great poet. In these audio lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran has explained the verses of Uttaramegha (The second portion with 55 verses in which the yaksha describes the city of Alaka, his wife, and the message to be delivered).Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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45Neetishatakam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilNitishatakam is one of the most famous didactic kavyas of Sanskrit, composed by Bhartrhari. Many of its verses are hugely popular. This course comprises of audio lectures in Tamil by Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran, following the verses and order of the Nirnay Sagar publication of 1914.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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46Gadyasangraha - Get a taste of Sanskrit Prose (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilGadyasangraha is a collection of prose portions from various famous gadyakavyas of Samskrta, prescribed by the Chittoor board for its fourth level examination (Samartha). In these Audio lectures in Tamil, Ms. Visalakshi Sankaran leads the students through the various prose pieces with ease, ensuring both understanding of the text and appreciation of the linguistic aspects.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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47Raghuvamsha - Sarga 12 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilRaghuvamsha, authored by Kalidasa, is one of the five great poems of Samskrita Literature – the पञ्च-महाकाव्यs. It is one of the masterpieces of Kalidasa, a mahakavya describing the glorious lineage of the Raghus, starting from Dilipa till Agnivarna. The 12th sarga of this poem, dealing with the story of the Ramayana, from the exiling of Rama till the death of Ravana, has 104 shlokas in the Anushtup chandas. The course contains audios explaining the verses in Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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48Champu Ramayana - Baalakaanda (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThe Champuramayana of Bhoja is one of the most popular kavya-s of the Champu type, known for the beauty of expressions. The Balakanda of this poem is prescribed for study in many examinations at the graduate level. In these audio lectures, Ms. Visalakshi Sankaran explains prose and verse with equal aplomb, easily leading the student through the captivating imagery and flowing descriptions of Bhoja.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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49Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Part 7 (Preparatory course for BVB Kovida exam)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThis course is intended to cover the portions of the Kovida exam conducted by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Kovida is the fifth and final level of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Series conducted by the Bhavan. In the second part of this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran covers some lessons from Part 7 of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak series. She has dealt with those portions which have been taken from famous Sanskrit works, and explained them in detail in easy, attractive Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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50Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Part 6 (Preparatory course for BVB Kovida exam)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThis course is intended to cover the portions of the Kovida exam conducted by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Kovida is the fifth and final level of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Series conducted by the Bhavan. In the first part of this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran covers some lessons from Part 6 of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak series. She has dealt with those portions which have been taken from famous Sanskrit works, and explained them in detail in easy, attractive Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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51Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Part 8 (Preparatory course for BVB Kovida exam)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThis course is intended to cover the portions of the Kovida exam conducted by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Kovida is the fifth and final level of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Series conducted by the Bhavan. In the third part of this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran covers some lessons from Part 8 of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak series. She has dealt with those portions which have been taken from famous Sanskrit works, and explained them in detail in easy, attractive Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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52Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Part 9 (Preparatory course for BVB Kovida exam)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThis course is intended to cover the portions of the Kovida exam conducted by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Kovida is the fifth and final level of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak Series conducted by the Bhavan. In the fourth and last part of this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran covers some lessons from Part 9 of the Saral Sanskrit Shikshak series. She has dealt with those portions which have been taken from famous Sanskrit works, and explained them in detail in easy, attractive Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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53Mritasanjivanam - Full Text (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritMritasanjivanam is one of the texts prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board. It is a drama in 7 acts on how Lord Indra’s messenger Kacha learns the Mritasanjivana mantra from Shukracharya. The drama composed by Nallan Krishnamacharya is very useful for students to get introduced to the style of a Sanskrit drama. It’s language is simple and also poetic. This course contains audios in simple Sanskrit, explaining the seven Acts in detail with detailed meaning of every dialogue and shlokas in each section.Smt. Sujatha Bala
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54Champuramayanam - Sundarakandam (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritThe Champuramayana of Bhoja is one of the most popular kavya-s of the Champu type, known for the beauty of expressions. The Sundarakanda of this poem is prescribed for study in many examinations at the graduate level. In these lectures, Smt. Vidhya Ramesh explains the kavya in simple Sanskrit, covering anvaya and pratipadartha, along with major grammar points.Smt. Vidhya Ramesh
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55Raghuvamsha - Sarga 1 (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritRaghuvamsha, authored by Kalidasa, is one of the five great poems of Samskrita Literature – the पञ्च-महाकाव्यs. It is one of the masterpieces of Kalidasa, a mahakavya describing the glorious lineage of the Raghus, starting from Dilipa till Agnivarna. The first sarga gives a beautiful opening to the kavya, describing the greatness of the kings of Raghuvamsha, and the journey of Dileepa to the hermitage of Vasishtha. The course contains videos explaining the verses in simple Sanskrit.Smt. Vidhya Ramesh
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56Shishupala vadha of Magha- Sarga 13 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilShishupalavadham is one of the five Mahakavyas of Sanskrit Literature. It was composed by the great poet Magha. 13th sarga of this poem describes the meeting of Yudhishthira and Srikrishna as the latter arrives in Indraprastha for the Rajasuya yaga. In these audio lectures, Ms. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the meaning of the shlokas of the thirteenth sarga succintly in lucid Tamil, bringing out the beauty of expressions with inimitable passion.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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57Ratnavali (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilRatnavali is a drama in 4 acts, composed by the royal poet Harsha. It belongs to the genre of Natika, which is one of the 18 upa-rupakas. The main rasa is sringara, with the famous king Udayana/Vatsaraja as the hero, and the princess Ratnavali as the heroine. The course contains audio explanations in Tamil by Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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58Kaumudi Mahotsava - Act 1,2 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKaumudimahotsava is a drama written in the middle of the seventh century CE, by Queen Vijayabhattarika (Vijjaka) of Karnataka. This drama is unique in that it is one of the few known works of Sanskrit literature composed by a female author. It consists of 5 acts. In this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran teaches the first two acts in Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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59Venisamharam - Act 3 (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritVenisamhara is a drama in six acts, composed by Bhatta Narayana. It derives its name from the ferocious vow of Bhima. Bhima is enraged by the humiliation of Draupadi in the court of Kauravas. He vows to drink the blood of Dushshasana, break the thigh of Duryodhana, and smear Draupadi’s hair with that blood. In these audio lectures, Smt. Sujatha Bala explains the text in simple Sanskrit.Smt. Sujatha Bala
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60Uttararamacharitam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilUttararamacharitam is one of the most prominent plays of Sanskrit literature. The play is authored by Bhavabhuti and it contains seven acts in it. the play is based on the life of Rama after his coronation as the king of Ayodhya, and predominantly portrays the Karuna rasa (Pathos). In these lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the text in Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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61Nilakanthavijaya Champu - Ashvasas 1,2 (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaEnglishNilakanthavijaya champu, composed by Nilakantha Deekshita, is a beautiful kavya glorifying the leelas of Lord Shiva, particularly the drinking of poison during Samudramathana to save the 3 worlds. First two Ashvasas of the kavya are explained in English by Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran in this course.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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62Mricchakatikam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMricchakatikam is a well-known Sanskrit play by Shudraka. The plot of the play is a love story of Charudatta, a poor brahmin, and Vasantasena, a courtesan, who live in Ujjayini. It is a ten-act play and it falls under the Prakarana category. In these lectures, Ms. P.R. Gayathri explains the concepts with exceptional clarity in lucid TamilSmt. P R Gayathri
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63Kiratarjuniyam - Sarga 1 (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritKiratarjuniyam is one of the five mahakavyas or great epics of the classical Samskrita literature. Bharavi, author of this kavya, is famous for the depth of meaning (अर्थ-गौरवम्). In these lectures, first sarga of the poem is explained verse-by-verse in simple Sanskrit.Smt. Sujatha Bala
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64Abhijnana Shakuntalam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilAbhijnana Shakuntalam of Kalidasa is a world-renowned play, of Nataka category. The famous saying, “काव्येषु नाटकं रम्यम्, तत्र रम्या शकुन्तला” (“Among all types of literature, Drama is beautiful; Among dramas, Shakuntala is enchanting”) captures the excellence of this drama beautifully. In these lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran takes us through this crown-jewel of Kalidasa with inimitable passion, beautifully bringing out the exceptional linguistic and dramatic features of the play.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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65Malavikagnimitram - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMalavikagnimitra is a drama in five acts, composed by Mahakavi Kalidasa. It is based on the intriguing love story of Agnimitra and Malavika. Scholars opine that this must be one of the earliest compositions of the great poet. The drama is explained in detail in Tamil in this course.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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66Kadambarisangraha - Part 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKadambarisangraha is a condensed version of the great prose work Kadambari by Banabhatta. Condensed by Mahamahopadhyaya Sri R V Krishnamachariar, it retains some of the best picturesque descriptions of the great poet, while also pruning out enough to ensure that the story moves at a faster pace. In these lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran deals with the text with consummate skill, efficiently explaining the imposing words of Banabhatta in lucid Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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67Champuramayanam - Sundarakandam (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThe Champuramayana of Bhoja is one of the most popular kavya-s of the Champu type, known for the beauty of expressions. The Sundarakanda of this poem is prescribed for study in many examinations at the graduate level. In these lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains explains prose and verse with equal aplomb in Tamil, easily leading the student through the captivating imagery and flowing descriptions of Bhoja.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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68Raghuvamsha - Sarga 2 (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritRaghuvaṃśa is one of the most popular Mahākāvyas of Sanskrit, and one of the best creations of the master poet Kālidāsa. It is a poem which is truly Mahat (Great) in style, in beauty and in its characters.Smt. Vidhya Ramesh
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69Mudrarakshasam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMudrarakshasam is one of the most popular dramas of Sanskrit literature, composed by Vishakhadatta. It is a Naataka in 7 acts, based on the story of Chandragupta and Chanakya. It is known for its fast-paced, intrigue-filled plot. In these lectures, Smt. Gayathri explains the drama in simple Tamil.Smt. P R Gayathri
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70Mritasanjivanam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMritasanjivanam is one of the texts prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board. It is a drama in 7 acts on how Lord Indra’s messenger Kacha learns the Mritasanjivana mantra from Shukracharya. The drama composed by Nallan Krishnamacharya is very useful for students to get introduced to the style of a Sanskrit drama. It’s language is simple and also poetic. This course contains audios in tamil, explaining the seven Acts in detail with detailed meaning of every dialogue and shlokas in each section.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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71Neetichandrika - Collection of simple Subhashitas (Audios with Tamil explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilNitichandrika is one of the texts prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board. This book consists of 113 simple subhashitas which express wise thoughts, to be understood and followed by every human to lead a successful life. This course contains videos with text and explanation in simple Tamil, explaining all the neetis in the book in detail with word-to-word meaning in the shlokas. This helps the student in gaining a proficiency of language, in knowing and understanding the framework of Sanskrit text. These audio lectures will be very useful for students preparing for the exams.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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72Mattavilaasa Prahasanam (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilMattavilasa Prahasanam is written by the king Mahendra Vikrama Pallavan. Among the ten types of Rupakas, this is the prahasanam type which has hasya (comedy) as its main rasa. In these audio lectures, Smt. P. R. Gayathri explains the drama in simple Tamil, focusing on the dramatic elements and the beauty of language.Smt. P R Gayathri
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73Neetichandrika - Collection of simple Subhashitas (Videos with Tamil explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilNitichandrika is one of the texts prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board. This book consists of 113 simple subhashitas which express wise thoughts, to be understood and followed by every human to lead a successful life. This course contains videos with text and explanation in simple Tamil, explaining all the neetis in the book in detail with word-to-word meaning in the shlokas.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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74Raghuvamsha of Kalidasa - Summary of sargas and special verses (Kannada)Free Course / ToolKaavyaKannadaRaghuvamsha by Kavikulaguru Kalidasa in the foremost in the list of the 5 great poems (Pancha Mahaakaavyas) of Sanskrit. It is one of the first kaavyas taught to Sanskrit students in traditional learning. In these Kannada lectures, the stalwart scholar Mahamahopadhyaya Vid. So Ti Nagaraja Sharma summarises the story of each sarga, highlighting the beautiful expressions and shaastra aspects covered by the poet therein.MM Vid. So Ti Nagaraj
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75Yadavabhyudayam - Sarga 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilYadavabhyudayam is a Mahakavya by Sri Vedantadeshika on the life & leelas of Srikrishna. First sarga of the kaavya contains 100 shlokas describing the appeal by Devas to Lord Vishnu, and the Lord's promise to incarnate in the womb of Devaki to establish Dharma. In this course, the verses are explained in simple Tamil.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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76Karnabhaaram (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKarnabhaaram is a short one-act play written by the famous playwright Bhasa. Karna’s emotional crisis a day before the Mahabharata War is projected very effectively in this play. In this course, Smt. P R Gayathri explains the drama in simple Tamil, focusing on the dramatic elements and the beauty of language.Smt. P R Gayathri
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77Kiratarjuniyam - Sarga 2 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKiratarjuniyam is one of the five mahakavyas or great epics of the classical Samskrita literature. Bharavi, author of this kavya, is famous for the depth of meaning (अर्थ-गौरवम्). In these video lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains second sarga of the kavya in simple Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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78Rukmini Parinaya Mahakavyam – Sarga 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilRukmini Parinaya Mahakavyam, composed by Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal, contains 4 sargas describing the marriage of Krishna and Rukmini. First sarga of the kavya contains 91 verses in which Narada describes the qualities of Krishna and Rukmini to each other. In this course, the verses are explained in detail in Tamil, incorporating all aspects of traditional way of studying a kavya.Dr. S Umapathi
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79Raghuvamsha - Sarga 3 (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritRaghuvamsha is one of the most celebrated Mahakavyas of Sanskrit, composed by the master poet Kalidasa. 3rd sarga of this kavya describes the birth of Raghu, and his fight with Indra to complete his father's yajna. This course explains each verse in simple Sanskrit with anvaya and word-by-word meaning.Smt. Vidhya Ramesh
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80Yadavabhyudayam - Sarga 1 (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritYadavabhyudayam is a Mahakavya by Sri Vedantadeshika on the life & leelas of Srikrishna. First sarga of the kaavya contains 100 shlokas describing the appeal by Devas to Lord Vishnu, and the Lord's promise to incarnate in the womb of Devaki to establish Dharma. In this course, the verses are explained in simple Sanskrit, with anvaya and word-by-word meaning.Smt. Vidhya Ramesh
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81Naishadhiyacharitam - Sarga 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilNaishadhiyacharitam, composed by Sriharsha, is one of the Five major Mahakavyas. First sarga of the kavya contains 145 verses explaining the virtues of Nala and Damayanti, the illustrious lead-pair of the poem. In this course, these verses are explained in simple Tamil, with detailed word-by-word meaning, anvaya and poetic devices like alankaras.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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82Kadambari - Shukanasopadesha (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaEnglishShukanasopadesha - the advice given by minister Shukanasa to the prince Chandrapida, is one of the most popular portions of Banabhatta's Kadambari. The portion is beautiful both from a language and content perspective. In this course, the Shukanasopadesha is explained in detail in English.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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83Vairagyashatakam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilVairagya Shatakam is one of the three popular Subhashita-collections attributed to Bhartrhari, viz., the Shatakatrayi. This course explains the verses of Vairagyashatakam in simple Tamil.Smt. P R Gayathri
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84Kalividambanam (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilThis is a Pre-recorded free video course on the kavya Kalividambanam, a satire written by Nilakantha Dikshita ridiculing the 17th century society. In these lectures, Ms. P.R. Gayathri explains the 100 verses of the kavya in simple Tamil, focusing on the the beauty of the Sanskrit language and the depth of the content of Kalividambanam with its satirical aspects.Smt. P R Gayathri
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85Madhyama Vyayoga - A humorous One-Act Play of Bhasa (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritMadhyama Vyayoga is a One-Act play of the Vyayoga type written by Bhasa, known for it’s fast-paced action and easy-flowing humour. This course deals with the text in detail, explaining the dialogues, and the verses with anvaya and word-by-word meaning.Dr. Shobha Vasuki
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86Kadambari (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKadambari of Banabhatta is one of the most popular prose kaavyas of Sanskrit, exemplifying the best of both imagination and description of the poet. In this course, the text is explained line-by-line in simple Tamil.Smt. P R Gayathri
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87Shishupala Vadha of Magha - Sarga 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilShishupalavadham is one of the five Mahakavyas of Sanskrit Literature. It was composed by the great poet Magha. The first sarga of this poem opens with the arrival of sage Naarada in Dvaraka, to remind Krishna to fulfil one of the main purposes of his avatara by killing Shishupala. Krishna also gets an invite from Yudhishthira at the same time, requesting him to participate in the Rajasuya yaga. In these pre-recorded videos, Smt. P R Gayathri explains the 75 shlokas of first sarga in simple Tamil, bringing out the beauty of language and expression in her impeccable style.Smt. P R Gayathri
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88Introduction to Famous Sanskrit Poets – Part 1Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritA free webinar course on 10 great poets of Samskrita literature starting from Valmiki. In this course, Dr.Usharani Sanka highlights their life-details, poetic style and features, introduction to the works, the poet’s personality and covers the events or stories around the poet in Samskritam. This is a part of syllabus in Chittoor Samartha exam and will be helpful for students attempting the same.Dr. Usharani Sanka
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89Malavikagnimitram - a masterpiece of Kalidasa (Full text - Sanskrit explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritThis is a free live webinar course on Malavikagnimitram. Malavikagnimitram is a popular drama composed by Mahakavi Kalidasa. The work contains 5 acts describing the story of king Agnimitra and his Queen’s hand maiden Malavika, replete with several popular quotations and beautiful verses. In this course, Dr. Shobha Vasuki deals with the text in detail, explaining the dialogues, and the verses with anvaya and word-by-word meaning, in simple Sanskrit.Dr. Shobha Vasuki
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90Kumarasambhava of Kalidasa – Sarga 1 (English explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaEnglishKumara-Sambhava of Kalidasa is one of the famed Pancha-Mahakavyas. It contains 17 sargas dealing with the birth and adolescence of the Parvati, her marriage to Shiva and the subsequent birth of their son Kumara (Kartikeya). In these pre-recorded videos, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the shlokas of the first sarga of this poem in English, with insights from the commentary of Narayana Pandita.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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91Gadya Sangraha – A collection of Sanskrit prose (In-depth Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilGadya Sangraha is a collection of prose compositions from various works prescribed for the Samartha exam of the Chittoor Board. These selections together provide a good introduction into the style and structure of Gadya kaavyas in Sanskrit. In these pre-recorded video lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the gadyas in detail in simple Tamil, paying equal attention to the meaning and grammatical aspects.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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92Kumarasambhava of Kalidasa – Sarga 1 (Tamil explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaTamilKumara-Sambhava of Kalidasa is one of the famed Pancha-Mahakavyas. It contains 17 sargas dealing with the birth and adolescence of the Parvati, her marriage to Shiva and the subsequent birth of their son Kumara (Kartikeya). In these pre-recorded videos, Smt. P R Gayathri explains the shlokas of the first sarga of this poem in English, with insights from the commentary of Narayana Pandita.Smt. P R Gayathri
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93Niti Shatakam of Bhartrihari (Sanskrit explanation)Free Course / ToolKaavyaSanskritThis is a pre-recorded video series comprising lectures on Nitishatakam of Bhartrihari by Smt. Vishnupriya Srinivasan. Nitishatakam is one of the most famous didactic kavyas of Sanskrit. Many of its verses are hugely popular, quoted often even by those who have studied Sanskrit only minimally. This course deals with each verse in detail in simple Sanskrit, with the word-break, word-by-word meaning, prose order, and grammatical details.Smt. Vishnupriya Srinivasan
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94Samskrita Balabodh - Preparatory Course for Level 1 of BVB Sanskrit examsFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishA preparatory course for Samskrita Balabodh Exam of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. This is the first level of their simple Sanskrit exam series, introducing the students to basic sentence construction and vocabulary in Sanskrit. Contains audio explanation, text and solved exercisesDr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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95Samskrita Prarambha - Preparatory Course for Level 2 of BVB Sanskrit examsFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishA preparatory course for Samskrita Prarambha Exam of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. This is the second level of their simple Sanskrit exam series, introducing the students to simple lessons, subhashitas and basic grammar aspects of Sandhis, Shabdarupas and Dhaturupas. Contains audio explanation, text and solved exercises.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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96Spoken Sanskrit - Speak confidently in SanskritFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskrit-EnglishThis course contains a set of online sessions held by Prof. B Mahadevan, based on the popular Sambhashana Samskritam model of Samskrita Bharati. The course takes the learners through useful phrases and sentences required for building basic conversations, without getting into the complexities of grammar.
Prof. B Mahadevan
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97Getting started with SanskritFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishThis is an ideal course for those who are entering the world of Sanskrit for the first time. It introduces the learners to the Devanagari script, and teaches the basic letters through animation. Recognition of letters is facilitated through associated activities. There are also activities to promote listening skills, and a self-assessment to gauge what has been learnt.
Vyoma Team
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98Learn Spoken Sanskrit - Enhance your Sanskrit Speaking Skills (with English subtitles)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritThis course consists of a series of spoken sanskrit lessons delivered by Sri. Kiran Bhat. These lessons were telecast in SVBC (Sri Venkateshwara Bhakti Channel of TTD) TV in daily 0.5 hour episodes. The course starts from basics like introducing yourself, gradually moving on to several phrases and features of everyday conversations in an easy, interactive style.Shri. Kiran Bhat
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99Learn Spoken Sanskrit - Enhance your Sanskrit Speaking SkillsFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritThis course consists of a series of spoken sanskrit lessons delivered by Sri. Kiran Bhat. These lessons were telecast in SVBC (Sri Venkateshwara Bhakti Channel of TTD) TV in daily 0.5 hour episodes. The course starts from basics like introducing yourself, gradually moving on to several phrases and features of everyday conversations in an easy, interactive style.Shri. Kiran Bhat
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100Shishugitani - Simple Sanskrit rhymes for childrenFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritRhymes are an attractive and effective way of introducing children to a new language. This course contains audio of 20 simple Sanskrit rhymes for children, which will help the children develop their listening, pronunciation and vocabulary skills.Vyoma Team
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101Sanskrit Olympiad Preparation - 7th StdFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritStudy materials and links for Olympiad exams - In this course, study material for 10th standard students is provided. Each lesson has additional links to Vyoma resources which can help in excelling in these exams. There is also an auto-evaluated model Question paper, which the students can use to practice for the exams.Vyoma Team
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102Sanskrit Olympiad Preparation - 8th StdFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritStudy materials and links for Olympiad exams - In this course, study material for 8th standard students is provided. Each lesson has additional links to Vyoma resources which can help in excelling in these exams. There is also an auto-evaluated model Question paper, which the students can use to practice for the exams.Vyoma Team
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103Samskrita Balapathamala - Basic Sanskrit Lessons in TamilFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeTamilA basic level course based on Samskrita Balapathamala 1,2,3 of Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal, Paranur. The course aims to help you learn Sanskrit, by introducing basic shabdas and dhatus through simple lessons on various deities and Bhagavata Upakhyanas. The other important aspects of the Samskrta language viz lingas, vibhaktis, vachanas and lakaras are explained as per requirement.Dr. Malavi Hari
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104Abhijna - Chittoor Level 2 (Previous Question Papers)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritPrevious Question Papers from the Abhijna Exam (2nd Level of Chittoor Exams).Vyoma Team
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105Parichaya - Chittoor Level 1 (Previous Question Papers)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritPrevious Question Papers from the Parichaya Exam (1st Level of Chittoor Exams).Vyoma Team
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106Samskritabodhini 2 (Preparatory course with Tamil Explanation for Chitoor Exams Level 2)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeTamilSamskrita Bodhini 2 is one of the books prescribed for Abhijna exam in the Chittoor Board.The book contains a set of lessons which help in developing both language and grammar skills. This course contains audio in tamil, explaining the prose section in detail with detailed meaning of every paragraph in each lesson.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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107Kathavallari - Collection of Sanskrit Stories (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeTamilKathavallari is one of the books of Abhijna exam in the Chittoor Board. It contains several simple stories for improvind comprehension skills of students. This course contains script of the lesson and audio attached separately in Tamil language for all the lessons in the textbook. This helps the student in gaining a proficiency of language, in knowing and understanding the framework of Sanskrit text.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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108Samskrita Rachanaa - Sanskrit Composition (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeTamilSamskrita Rachana is one of the books of Abhijna exam in the Chittoor Board. It contains several simple exercises to learn vibhakthis, making sentences, prayogas and many other important topics. This course contains script of the lesson and audio attached separately in Tamil language for most of the exercises in the textbook. This helps the student in gaining a proficiency of language, in knowing and understanding the framework of Sanskrit text. This course also helps in construction of sentences.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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109Samskritasri Pathamala 1 – Preparatory Course for Level 1 of Samskritasri Exams, ChennaiFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishThis free live webinar course has been designed to help students preparing for the SAMSKRITASRI PATHAMALA-1 exam conducted by the Samskrit Education Society (regd.) This is a beginner level course and is expected to span a duration of 5 to 6 months. The SAMSKRITASRI PATHAMALA-1 exam is the first in a graded series of 8 exams conducted by the Society. The first level taught by Smt. Deepa Rangarajan introduces nouns, pronouns and verbs, and focusses on sentence construction using the different vibhaktis appropriately.Smt. Deepa Rangarajan
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110Sanskrit Vocabulary for daily use – Part 1Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishThis completed webinar course is designed to build your children’s Sanskrit vocabulary through a joyful journey. This course will help in learning words from different categories like animals, birds, colours, parts of the body, shapes, fruits, insects, flowers, vegetables and also a list of verbs that can be used associatively with the different noun categories to help read and form simple sentences. The course is delivered by Smt. Anusha Haricharan and Kum. Vasudha Srinath, with the help of interactive, activity-based multimedia tool developed by Vyoma Labs.Smt. Anusha Haricharan
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111Sanskrit Vocabulary for daily use - Part 2Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishThis free webinar course is designed to build your children’s Sanskrit Vocabulary as a joyful journey. This course will help in learning words from different categories like food,things in our home, clothes, education,cooking instruments,dwelling places, public places, professions, relations & emotions and also a list of verbs that can be used associatively with the different noun categories to help read and form simple sentences. The course is delivered by Smt. Anusha Haricharan and Kum. Vasudha Srinath, with the help of interactive, activity-based multimedia tool developed by Vyoma Labs.Smt. Anusha Haricharan
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112SSS Prathama - Preparatory course for first level of Sura Sarasvati Sabha examsFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishThis free webinar course is designed to build your children’s Sanskrit Vocabulary as a joyful journey. This course will help in learning words from different categories like food,things in our home, clothes, education,cooking instruments,dwelling places, public places, professions, relations & emotions and also a list of verbs that can be used associatively with the different noun categories to help read and form simple sentences. The course is delivered by Smt. Anusha Haricharan and Kum. Vasudha Srinath, with the help of interactive, activity-based multimedia tool developed by Vyoma Labs.Shri. Raghunandana R
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113Shiksha - Preparatory course for Level 3 of Samskrita Bharati examsFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritShiksha is the 3rd level of exams in the Patrachara Samskritam series of Samskrita Bharati. It covers halsandhis, visargasandhis and shatr-shaanach pratyayantas in detail. It also introduces the concept of systematic anvaya of shlokas applied to select verses from Chapter 1 of Bhagavadgita. This course covers the prescribed syllabus with special focus on the grammatical and poetic aspects, with explanations in simple Sanskrit.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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114Kovida - Preparatory course for Level 4 of Samskrita Bharati examsFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritKovida is the 4th and last level of exams in the Patrachara Samskritam series of Samskrita Bharati. It covers several important grammar concepts, including Samaasas in detail, taddhitas, Nijantas, etc. It also covers select verses from the 2nd sarga of Raghuvamsha for detailed study with Anvaya and Pratipadartha. This course covers the prescribed syllabus with special focus on the grammatical and poetic aspects, with explanations in simple Sanskrit.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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115Koshadarshanam - Learn to get the best out of Sanskrit dictionariesFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeEnglishSanskrit koshas do much more than giving simple word-to-word translations or synonyms. They incorporate a wealth of information about the word, including the gender, grammatical information, various forms, usages from literature, special references, etc. In this course, Dr. Chandrasekharan Raman explains the features of 4 major koshas (Two Sanskrit-English dictionaries, and Two Sanskrit-Sanskrit koshas), and teaches the learners to use online searchable repositories to get all the information and understand it.Dr. Chandrasekharan Raman
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116Sanskrit Olympiad Preparation - 9th StdFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritStudy materials and links for Olympiad exams - In this course, study material for 9th standard students is provided. Each lesson has additional links to Vyoma resources which can help in excelling in these exams. There is also an auto-evaluated model Question paper, which the students can use to practice for the exams.Vyoma Team
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117Sanskrit Olympiad Preparation - 10th StdFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritStudy materials and links for Olympiad exams - In this course, study material for 10th standard students is provided. Each lesson has additional links to Vyoma resources which can help in excelling in these exams. There is also an auto-evaluated model Question paper, which the students can use to practice for the exams.Vyoma Team
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118Vichakshana - Chittoor Level 3 (Previous Question Papers)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritPrevious Question Papers from the Vichakshana Exam (3rd Level of Chittoor Exams).Vyoma Team
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119Kovida - Chittoor Level 5 (Previous Question Papers)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritPrevious Question Papers from the Kovida Exam (5th Level of Chittoor Exams).Vyoma Team
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120Samartha - Chittoor Level 4 (Previous Question Papers)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritPrevious Question Papers from the Samartha Exam (4th Level of Chittoor Exams).Vyoma Team
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121Chittoor Sabha TextbooksFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritScanned copies of textbooks prescribed for exams of Chittoor Bhasha Pracharini Sabha, which are not available or out of print.Vyoma Team
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122Wisdom from Subhashitas for a Successful life – Subhashita-NidhiFree Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritThe course consists of 30 subhashitas with a variety and richness of the language, ideas and style. The verses are explained in simple Sanskrit with anecdotes, directed to enhance one’s laukika and vyavahara jnana. i.e. practical worldly knowledge.Dr. Shobha Vasuki
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123Samskritabodhini 3 (Preparatory course with Tamil Explanation for Chitoor Exams Level 3)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeTamilSamskrita Bodhini 3 is one of the books prescribed for Vichakshana exam in the Chittoor Board.The book contains a set of lessons which help in developing both language and grammar skills. This course contains audio in tamil, explaining the prose section in detail with detailed meaning of every paragraph in each lesson.Smt. Bagyalakshmi S
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124Vidyabhushana - Chittoor Level 6 (Previous Question Papers)Free Course / ToolLanguage PracticeSanskritPrevious Question Papers from the Vidyabhushana Exam (6th Level of Chittoor Exams).Vyoma Team
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125Learn Sharada LipiFree Course / ToolManuscriptologyEnglishA free webinar course to learn the Sharada Lipi. On completing this course, learners will be able to recognize and write all characters of the Sharada script, and will be able to work on deciphering manuscripts written in this script.Core Sharada Team
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126Learn Sharada Lipi - Weekend BatchFree Course / ToolManuscriptologyEnglishA free webinar course to learn the Sharada Lipi. On completing this course, learners will be able to recognize and write all characters of the Sharada script, and will be able to work on deciphering manuscripts written in this script.Core Sharada Team
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127Learn Sharada Lipi - Batch 3 (Weekend Batch)Free Course / ToolManuscriptologyEnglishA free webinar course to learn the Sharada Lipi. On completing this course, learners will be able to recognize and write all characters of the Sharada script, and will be able to work on deciphering manuscripts written in this script.Core Sharada Team
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128Namasankeerthana Yajna - Bhajans for ChildrenFree Course / ToolNamasankeerthanamTamilA 9-day course on the auspicious occasion of Vasanta-Navaratri, in which Brahmashri Kalaimamani Udaiyalur Dr. K Kalyanarama Bhagavathar taught simple bhajans which can be sung easily by all devotees, including small children.Udaiyalur Dr K Kalyanaraman
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129Chandas - Popular Sanskrit meters explained in simple SanskritFree Course / ToolSahitya ShastraSanskritKnowledge of Chandas is essential for the study of Sanskrit Poetry. This is an introductory course to the science of Sanskrit Prosody, with 21 pre-recorded videos in simple Sanskrit.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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130Prataparudriyam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilPrataparudriyam is a text composed by Vidyanatha, dealing with all the aspects of Sahityashastra. The uniqueness of Prataparudriyam lies in the fact that rather than quoting from earlier poets, the author gives his own examples for each theoretical aspect. In these audio lectures, Smt. P.R. Gayathri explains the concepts with exceptional clarity in lucid Tamil.Smt. P R Gayathri
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131Kuvalayananda - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilKuvalayananda of Appayya Dikshita is one of the most popular, basic texts of Sahityashastra, dealing with the Alankaras. Kuvalayananda is based on the 5th chapter of the Chandraloka of Jayadeva. In these Tamil lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran deals with the Kuvalayananda with customary ease, bringing forth the beauty of the alankaras in simple language.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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132Sahityadarpana Part 1 - Paricchedas 1,10 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilSahityadarpana of Vishvanatha is one of the most popular basic texts of Sahityashastra, covering all the foundational concepts of Kavya and its varied aspects. It is universally studied by students of Sanskrit poetics. In the 1st part of this series, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the 1st and 10th Paricchedas of the text in simple Tamil. She gives a detailed introduction to the study of poetics in Sanskrit and traces the views of major alankarikas.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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133Sahityadarpana Part 2 - Paricchedas 7,8,9 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilSahityadarpana of Vishvanatha is one of the most popular basic texts of Sahityashastra, covering all the foundational concepts of Kavya and its varied aspects. It is universally studied by students of Sanskrit poetics. In the 2nd part of this series, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the Paricchedas 7,8 and 9 of the text in simple Tamil. These cover the various aspects of दोष, गुण and रीति.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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134Sahityadarpana Part 3 - Paricchedas 2,3,4 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilSahityadarpana of Vishvanatha is one of the most popular basic texts of Sahityashastra, covering all the foundational concepts of Kavya and its varied aspects. It is universally studied by students of Sanskrit poetics. In the 3rd part of this series, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the Paricchedas 2,3 and 4 of the text in simple Tamil. These cover the various aspects of vaakya, a detailed exposition of rasa, characteristics of the various types of kaavya and the vyanjanaa vritti.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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135Sahityadarpana Part 4 - Pariccheda 5 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilSahityadarpana of Vishvanatha is one of the most popular basic texts of Sahityashastra, covering all the foundational concepts of Kavya and its varied aspects. It is universally studied by students of Sanskrit poetics. In the 4th part of this series, Smt. P. R. Gayathri explains the Pariccheda 5 of the text in simple Tamil. This pariccheda deals with the various oppositions to Dhvani siddhanta, and establishes Dhvani siddhanta by rejecting those methodically.Smt. P R Gayathri
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136Natyashastra of Bharathamuni - Chapter 1 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilNatyashastra is the compendium of art that studies several branches of arts including dance, music, theatre and literature. The study of this Lakshana Grantha is of paramount importance to artists, students and experts.
This course contains pre-recorded video lectures by Smt. P R Gayathri in simple Tamil, covering Chapter 1 along with the commentary by Abhinavagupta (Abhinavabharathi).
Smt. P R Gayathri
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137Kavyaprakasha Part 1 - Ullasas 1-6 (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilKavyaprakasha of Acharya Mammata is one of the principal texts of Sahityashastra. In ten Ullasas, it covers the entire landscape of Poetics. In the 1st part of this series, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the Ullasas from 1 to 6.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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138Auchityavichaaracharchaa - Till the end of Kaarakauchitya (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraEnglishAuchityavicharacharcha is a work of Sahityashastra (rhetorics) by Kshemendra, which expounds on the importance of auchitya (propriety) in poetry. In this set of English lectures, Srimati Visalakshi Sankaran guides us through Kshemendra’s coherent style of presenting illustrative examples along with succinct explanatory vrttis, giving students a thorough grounding on the essential role that auchitya plays in elevating ordinary speech to the status of extraordinary poetry.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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139Kavyaprakasha Part 2 - Ullasa 7 (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraEnglishKavyaprakasha of Acharya Mammata is one of the principal texts of Sahityashastra. In ten Ullasas, it covers the entire landscape of Poetics. In the 2nd part of this series, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the 7th Ullasa, describing the various kinds of Doshas in kavyas.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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140Dhvanyaloka Part 1 (Uddyotas 1,2,4 - English Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraEnglishDhvanyaloka is one of the most respected texts in the field of Sahityashastra (Sanskrit Poetics). Here, Anandavardhana expounds the theory of “Dhvani” as the key to all rasaanubhava, and establishes Dhvani as the aatmaa of kaavya. Dhvanyaloka comprises of 4 uddyotas. In this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explain the 1st, 2nd and 4th Uddyotas in English.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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141Kavyaprakasha Part 3 - Ullasa 10 (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraEnglishKavyaprakasha of Acharya Mammata is one of the principal texts of Sahityashastra. In ten Ullasas, it covers the entire landscape of Poetics. In the 3rd part of this series, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the 10th Ullasa in simple Tamil, covering the description of various alankaras.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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142Dhvanyaloka Part 1 (Uddyotas 1,2 - Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraTamilDhvanyaloka is one of the most respected texts in the field of Sahityashastra (Sanskrit Poetics). Here, Anandavardhana expounds the theory of “Dhvani” as the key to all rasaanubhava, and establishes Dhvani as the aatmaa of kaavya. Dhvanyaloka comprises of 4 uddyotas. In this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the 1st and 2nd Uddyotas in Tamil.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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143Rasagangadhara of Jagannatha Pandita - Kaavyakhanda of First Aanana (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolSahitya ShastraEnglishRasangangadhara of Jagannatha is one of the most important advanced treatises of Sahitya Shastra. It covers in detail all aspects of poetics. In these videos, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains the intricacies of the text in English, covering the initial portion of the text (Till the khandana of Appayya Dikshita's interpretation of the verse nissheshachyutichandanam)Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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144Online Shloka Class for ChildrenFree Course / ToolSamskrti (Culture)EnglishThis is a course aimed at building a strong cultural foundation in children through Shlokas, Stories, Bhajans and other activities. Simple Sanskrit shlokas on various deities, and stotras composed by great acharyas are taught in a traditional way with focus on accurate pronunciation. Value-based stories from the puraanas and itihaasas are narrated. Simple traditional bhajans are also taught.Vid. Viswanathan P
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145Introduction to Indian Culture for Kids (5-12 years) – Private BatchFree Course / ToolSamskrti (Culture)EnglishShort term course for kids between 5-12 years, involving Sanskrit Rhymes, Shlokas, Bhajans, Puranic value education stories, Sanskrit letters and sounds, games, activities and much more.Smt. Anusha Haricharan
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146Vyoma Vasanta Shibiram (Summer Camp for Children aged 5-14)Free Course / ToolSamskrti (Culture)EnglishThis summer camp helps in developing children’s love towards Bharat’s culture & values and to the language of Sanskrit. It takes them through a devotional journey of chanting Slokas, singing bhajans, learning the condensed version of Valmiki’s Ramayana verses, and also gives them exposure to the language of Sanskrit at a basic level.Smt. Anusha Haricharan
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147Vyoma Grishma Shibiram (Summer Camp for US children aged 5-14)Free Course / ToolSamskrti (Culture)EnglishThis summer camp (specially crafted for NRI students of USA) helps in developing children’s love towards culture and values and to the language of Sanskrit. It takes them through a devotional journey of chanting Slokas, singing bhajans, learning the condensed version of Valmiki’s Ramayana verses, and also gives them exposure to the language of Sanskrit at a basic level.Smt. Anusha Haricharan
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148Soundaryalahari – Focussed Learning (English explanation)Free Course / ToolStotra - MeaningEnglishSoundaryalahari is one of the most popular stotras composed by Adi Shankaracharya, containing 100 verses describing the glory of Tripurasundari. In this course, the verses are explained briefly in simple English, with prose-order and word-by-word meaning.Smt. Poornima Prasad
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149Shivanandalahari – Detailed exposition in KannadaFree Course / ToolStotra - MeaningKannadaShivananda Lahari is a treatise of one hundred verses on Shiva, composed by Adi Shankaracharya. The verses are steeped in lofty ideals of devotion, dispassion and spirituality. In this course, the verses are explained in detail in Kannada, based on authentic Sanskrit commentaries.Vid. M Vijayalakshmi Bhat
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150Meaning of Narayaneeyam – Discourses in EnglishFree Course / ToolStotra - MeaningEnglishSriman Narayaneeyam of Narayana Bhattatiri is one of the most popular and powerful stotra texts, which has transformed the lives of innumerable devotees. The course consists of discourses explaining the meaning of the verses, taking 5 dashakas at a time. This is a companion course to the course on Learn to Chant Narayaneeyam by the same teacher, Shri. Shankararama Sharma.Shri. Shankararama Sharma
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151Soundaryalahari – Detailed exposition in KannadaFree Course / ToolStotra - MeaningKannadaSoundaryalahari is one of the most popular stotras composed by Adi Shankaracharya, containing 100 verses describing the glory of Tripurasundari. In this course, the verses are explained in detail in Kannada, based on authentic Sanskrit commentaries.Vid. M Vijayalakshmi Bhat
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152Subrahmanya Bhujanga Stotram – Focussed Learning (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolStotra - MeaningEnglishSubrahmanya Bhujanga Stotram is a stotra on Lord Kartikeya attributed to Adi Shankaracharya. The stotra contains 33 beautiful verses set to the Bhujanga-prayaata meter. This course explain the verses in detail, including
prose-order, word-by-word meaning and purport.
Smt. Vishnupriya Srinivasan
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153Sri Shankara Digvijaya Saara - Meaning in KannadaFree Course / ToolStotra - MeaningKannadaSri Shankara Digvijaya Saara is a condensation of the famous Madhaviya Shankara Digvijaya, describing the life and deeds of Sri Adi Shankaracharya in 214 verses. This course contains an audio rendition of the simple Kannada commentary on these verses penned by Mahamahopadhyaya N Ranganatha Sharma.Shri. Raghunandana R
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154Durga Chandrakala Stuti of Appayya DikshitaFree Course / ToolStotra - MeaningTamilThis is a pre-recorded video course consisting of the shlokas of Durga chandrakala stuti with a detailed meaning in Tamil, by Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran. Durga Chandrakala Stuti is a set of 16 verses (corresponding to the 16 phases of the moon – Chandra-kalaa), praying to Goddess Durga for protection from all fears and troubles.
Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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155Atmarpana Stuti of Sri Appayya Dikshita (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolStotra - MeaningTamilAtmarpana Stuti, also known as Unmatta Panchashat, is one of the popular stotras composed by the stalwart scholar-poet Sri Appayya Dikshita. It consists of 50 verses set to various meters, in praise of Lord Shiva. In these pre-recorded video lectures, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains these verses beautifully in simple Tamil, bringing out the finer points with the help of the commentary Balabodhini by Sri Shivanandayati.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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156Kunti Stuti from Srimad Bhagavatam (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolStotra - MeaningTamilKunti Stuti is the first among the numerous popular stutis found in Srimad Bhagavatam. Kunti, the mother of Pandavas is overwhelmed with gratitude and emotion as Lord Krishna leaves to Dwaraka post Kurukshetra war. Upon surrendering to him, she praises him and his glories. These verses of the Bhagavatam sung by Kunti is called Kunti Stuti. They are found in the 1st Skandha, 8th Chapter, verses 18-43 of the Srimad Bhagavatam. In these pre-recorded videos, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains these verses in Tamil, with the commentary Shridhariyam.Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran
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157Shivanandalahari – Focused Learning (English explanation)Free Course / ToolStotra - MeaningEnglishThis is a pre-recorded audio series consisting of the shlokas of Shivananda lahari with a detailed meaning in English, by Smt. Poornima Prasad.

The source shloka with line to line explanation in the order of anvaya is presented. Then there is a short translation followed by very detailed explanation of the verse, based on authentic Sanskrit commentaries.
Smt. Poornima Prasad
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158Shivamahimnah Stotram - Discourse on the glory of ShivaFree Course / ToolStotra - MeaningKannadaShivamahimnah stotram is a very popular stotra on Lord Shiva. It is believed to be composed by Pushpadanta, a gandharva who was cursed by Lord Shiva, to seek his forgiveness. These Kannada discourses were delivered by Sri. Shrivathsa B at the Shankara Matha, Bengaluru, following the commentary of Madhusudana Sarasvati.Shri. Shrivathsa Brahma
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159Meaning of Vishnu Sahasranama Based on Shaankara Bhaashya (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolStotra - MeaningEnglishThe course contains videos in English explaining the meanings of each naama of the Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram, as given by Sri Adi Shankaracharya in his Bhashyam. The vyutpatti (etymological derivation) of the names in Sanskrit are provided along with their English translation. Supporting quotations mentioned by the Acharya are also included.Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan
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160Learn authentic pronunciation of Bhagavad Gita: Teacher Student Mode (With Anucharanam / karaoke)Free Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)Sanskrit This is a humble attempt by the Vyoma team of scholars, to provide one of the most authentic pronunciations of the Bhagavad Gita, in the Teacher-Student Karaoke Mode.

Here we can see the synchronized text in both Sanskrit and English and follow the teacher’s chanting. It is easier than ever to learn to chant the Bhagavad Gita correctly, with bhaava and devotion. Just follow the text on screen and repeat after the teacher to learn the verses easily.
Vyoma Team
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161Daily Chants for Maximum BenefitsFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)SanskritThis course consists of 53 carefully selected verses to be recited in everyday life for various activities such as getting up in the morning, before taking bath, before eating food, for various deities, during travel etc. These shlokas will yield specific benefits in the areas of health, wealth, accomplishment of goals, attaining victory etc.Vyoma Team
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162Learn to Chant BhagavadgitaFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishThis is a webinar course for learners who want to learn chanting the Bhagavad-Gita perfectly with adherence to the rules of Sanskrit grammar. The focus will be on chanting, with spashtataa (clarity in pronunciation), raaga (tune), splitting of words (Sandhi) and overall presentation.Smt. Brunda Karanam
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163Learn a Shloka daily, be happy alwaysFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)TamilLaghu Stotramala is a collection of stotras composed by Sri Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal, Paranur. It comprises of 4 parts – Part 1 contains simple, delectable verses mostly in the anushtubh metrical pattern. Profound in meaning, these are easy-to-learn verses and offer sheer joy to young learners and beginners alike.In this course, 10 stotras (Nearly 150 shlokas) from the Laghu Stotramala Part 1 were taught over a period of 7-8 months.Smt. Akilandeshwari Satish
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164Learn to Chant Vishnu Sahasranama StotramFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishDaily parayanam of Vishnu Sahasranama and Lalita Sahasranama in the evenings after lighting the lamp was a ritual followed by many families even a couple of generations ago. If not daily, atleast weekly parayana on a specific day of week is known to be a highly beneficial activity for individuals and family as a whole. Vyoma Labs is trying to bring back this powerful routine to every home, by empowering devotees to chant these stotras correctly and derive their full benefits. This course helps the devotees to learn to chant the Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram.Shri. Rajesh Anandaramu
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165Learn to Chant Lalita Sahasranama StotramFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishDaily parayanam of Vishnu Sahasranama and Lalita Sahasranama in the evenings after lighting the lamp was a ritual followed by many families even a couple of generations ago. If not daily, atleast weekly parayana on a specific day of week is known to be a highly beneficial activity for individuals and family as a whole. Vyoma Labs is trying to bring back this powerful routine to every home, by empowering devotees to chant these stotras correctly and derive their full benefits. This course helps the devotees to learn to chant the Lalita Sahasranama Stotram.Smt. Sandhya Rajesh
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166Raghuveera Gadyam of Sri Vedanta Deshika (Recitation / Parayana lessons)Free Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishThis is a completed webinar course for learning the recitation of “Sri Raghuveera-Gadyam”. This is a marvellous Gadyam (prose) by Sri Vedanta-Desikacharya which succinctly summarizes the Adi-kavyam, Srimad-Ramayanam of Maharshi Valimiki. In a glorious stream of flowing epithets, Sri Vedanta Desika describes the valour and majesty of Lord Rama. This text is highly venerated and is ideal for daily parayana practice. In this course, Smt. Brunda Karanam teaches to recite the Raghuveera Gadyam with good pronunciation and proper split-points.Smt. Brunda Karanam
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167Learn to Chant Shri Venkateshvara SuprabhatamFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishSri Venkateshwara Suprabhatam is a very powerful set of Stotras, chanted for an ideal, blessed beginning to the day. These stotras, composed by Prativadi Bhayankara Sri Anantacharya, also famous as Prativadi Bhayankara Annan, are highly venerated, and most suitable for daily Parayanam every morning. In this course, Smt. Brunda Karanam helps the devotees learn a pleasing style of chanting the Stotras with bhakti (devotion) and spashtataa (clear, authentic pronunciation retaining the correct meaning of words).Smt. Brunda Karanam
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168Learn to Chant Amarakosha - Kanda 1Free Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishAmarakosha of Amarasimha is one of the most popular lexicons of Sanskrit. This course will train the students to read and recite the verses of the first kanda of Amarakosha from memory. Meanings of the words and some special grammatical points are also covered as a part of the classes.Vid. Venkata Subramanian P
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169Learn to chant Sriman NarayaneeyamFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishSriman Narayaneeyam of Narayana Bhattatiri is one of the most popular and powerful stotra texts, which has transformed the lives of innumerable devotees. This course helps the learners to chant the verses of Narayaneeyam with good pronunciation.Shri. Shankararama Sharma
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170Learn to chant Sri Shankara Digvijaya SaaraFree Course / ToolStotra - Parayanam (Chanting)EnglishSri Shankara Digvijaya Saara is a condensation of the famous Madhaviya Shankara Digvijaya, describing the life and deeds of Sri Adi Shankaracharya in 214 verses. Condensation has been done by veteran scholar Vid. Mahabaleshwar Bhat, an aasthaana-vidvan of the Sringeri matha, with the blessongs of the Jagadgurus. This course helps learners to chant the shlokas, and also covers the meanings in brief.Shri. Raghunandana R
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171Tarka Sangraha - Primer to Navya Nyaya ShastraFree Course / ToolTarka ShastraSanskritVideo lectures in Sanskrit for Introduction to Navya Nyaya, with special reference to Tarkasangraha
Prof. M A Alwar
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172Learn the Basics of Nyaya Shastra through Tarkabhasha (Sanskrit Explanation)Free Course / ToolTarka ShastraSanskritTarka Bhasha of Keshava Mishra is one of the elementary treatises of Nyaya Shastra, describing the 16 categories of padarthas enumerated in the Nyayasutras of Gautama. It is prescribed as an introductory text for the study of Nyayashastra in many syllabi across the country. This course explains the text briefly in simple Sanskrit, with focus on covering the major aspects from an examination point of view.Dr. Udayana Hegde
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173The Study of Vaisheshika DarshanaFree Course / ToolVaisheshika DarshanaSanskritA course for the study of Vaisheshika Sutras of Kanaada. Veteran scholar Prof. Shrinivasa Varakhedi explains the basic tenets of Vaisheshika Darshana in shastriya Samskrita. Prashastapada Bhashya will be taken for main reference which follows the source text closely but also gives much more detail. Shankara Mishra’s Upaskara Vrutti will be followed for explanation of the source text.Prof. Shrinivasa Varakhedi
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174Rigveda Suktani - simple Sanskrit explanation for select suktas from RigvedaFree Course / ToolVedaSanskritThis is a set of 6 audio lectures in simple Samskrita, in which Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan explains the meaning of six suktas from the Rigveda, with insights from the Sayana Bhashya. PDF files are also provided with each sukta. It contains the text of the mantras along with the commentary of Sayanacharya.Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan
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175Introduction to VedantaFree Course / ToolVedantaEnglishIntroduction to Vedanta is a course for anybody who wants to understand in brief what the vedas cover and in somewhat greater detail what the Vedanta (a.k.a upanishad) covers. The course is entirely based on Swami Paramarthananda’s classes on Introduction to Vedanta, founded on the authentic teachings of Sri Shankaracharya including the Prasthanatraya Bhashya, and other prakarana granthas like Tattvabodha.
Smt. Rama Sivaraman
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176Detailed Verse-by-Verse study of Bhagavadgita with Anvaya and Word-by-Word meaningFree Course / ToolVedantaSanskrit-EnglishThis e-learning course is intended to sharpen basic knowledge of Sanskrit through understanding the purport of Bhagavad-Gita shlokas. Focus will be on teaching the meaning of the verses of the first 3 chapters of the Gita, along with grammatical aspects of Sanskrit like sandhis, samaasas, naamapadas and kriyaapadas.Vid. Viswanathan P
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177Dakshinamurthi Stotram - Detailed Exposition in EnglishFree Course / ToolVedantaEnglishThe Dakshinamurti stotram is a magnum opus of Adi Shankaracharya – a short but very deep, profound Vedantic work comprising of 10 verses. In this series of 16 lectures, Prof. B Mahadevan brings out the philosophical insights contained in this work.Prof. B Mahadevan
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178Taittiriyopanishad - Part 1 (Shikshavalli)Free Course / ToolVedantaEnglishTaittiriyopanishad is one of the ten major upaniṣads, belonging to the Krishna-Yajurveda. It comprises of three chapters, Shikshavalli, Brahmanandavalli and Bhriguvalli, which contain several philosophical discussions including upasana-s, Panchakoshas, analysis of God-Universe-Man, an inquiry into Brahmananda, etc. This course is the first part of the series and comprises of 20 lectures on the Shikshavalli conducted by Prof. B Mahadevan, explaining the import of the upanishadic mantras in detail.
Prof. B Mahadevan
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179Taittiriyopanishad - Part 2 (Brahmanandavalli)Free Course / ToolVedantaEnglishTaittiriyopanishad is one of the ten major upaniṣads, belonging to the Krishna-Yajurveda. It comprises of three chapters, Shikshavalli, Brahmanandavalli and Bhriguvalli, which contain several philosophical discussions including upasana-s, Panchakoshas, analysis of God-Universe-Man, an inquiry into Brahmananda, etc. This course is the second part of the series and comprises of 23 lectures on the Brahmanandavalli conducted by Prof. B Mahadevan, explaining the importance of the upanishadic mantras in detail.Prof. B Mahadevan
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180Taittiriyopanishad - Part 3 (Bhriguvalli)Free Course / ToolVedantaEnglishTaittiriyopanishad is one of the ten major upaniṣads, belonging to the Krishna-Yajurveda. It comprises of three chapters, Shikshavalli, Brahmanandavalli and Bhriguvalli, which contain several philosophical discussions including upasana-s, Panchakoshas, analysis of God-Universe-Man, an inquiry into Brahmananda, etc. This course is the third and final part of the series and comprises of 11 lectures on the Bhriguvalli conducted by Prof. B Mahadevan, explaining the import of the upanishadic mantras in detail.
Prof. B Mahadevan
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181Bhagavadgita - A Bird's eye viewFree Course / ToolVedantaEnglishThe Bhagavadgita is a timeless text which has been as much a source of inspiration for the householder as for the renunciate, as relevant today as it was thousands of years ago. In this series, Prof. Mahadevan explains the structure of the Gita, and gives an overview of each chapter, highlighting the important aspects of practical application. These lectures will be very useful for those who want to gain a basic understanding of the text from an authentic perspective.
Prof. B Mahadevan
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182Understanding the Gita - Verse by Verse (English Explanation)Free Course / ToolVedantaEnglishThis course deals with each verse of Gita from a point of view of Advaita Vedanta, entirely based on Swami Paramarthananda’s classes on Gita. It introduces lot of practical advices/framework/guidelines for householders/working professionals to follow.Smt. Rama Sivaraman
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183Bhaja Govindam - Verse by Verse in SanskritFree Course / ToolVedantaSanskritBhajagovindam is a very popular work of 33 verses, delivering several concepts of vedanta in simple language. detailed word-by-word meaning and anvaya of the shlokas. In these video lectures, Smt. Vidhya Ramesh explains the verses in simple Sanskrit.Smt. Vidhya Ramesh
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184Vedantasaara - A summary of Advaita VedantaFree Course / ToolVedantaEnglishVedantasara, composed by Sadananda Yogendra Sarasvati is a short text which provides a scholarly introduction to Advaita Vedanta. A beginner can get a clear and detailed introduction to Vedanta through the text. An intermediate student of Vedanta can also benefit in terms of gaining a greater clarity in his insight into the Vedanta shastra. In these audio lectures, Poojya Swami Shivaprakashananda Saraswati explains the text line by line, with great detail for the benefit of serious students of Vedanta.
Sw. Shivaprakashananda Saraswati
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185Vedantakarikavali - A primer to VishishtadvaitaFree Course / ToolVedantaEnglishVedanta Karikavali is a primer on Vishishtadvaita Vedanta composed by Bucci Venkatacharya. The book elucidates the principles of Vishishtadvaita Vedanta through karikas, a metrical form of literature. It contains 10 chapters that elaborate the pramana and prameya of this system of Vedanta. In this course, Vedanta Karikavali will be taught in English.Dr. Sreeram Jaganathan
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186Upanishadaaloka - The Light of the UpanishadsFree Course / ToolVedantaEnglishThis course attempts to provide a taste of the nectar of the Upanishads. Without going deeply into one or two specific Upanishads, it tries to provide a systematic survey of the contents of the 10 or 108 Upanishads.Dr. Balaji Srinivasan
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187Sribhashyam - Sri Ramanuja's commentary on Brahmasutras (Tamil Explanation)Free Course / ToolVedantaTamilSribhashyam is one of the most important texts of the Srivaishnava tradition. In this famed commentary on the Brahmasutras, Sri Ramanujacharya expounds the entire Vishishtadvaita philosophy authoritatively. In these video lectures, Vid. M A Alwar, an erudite scholar of Nyayashastra and Vishishtadvaita Vedanta, delves deep into the commentary to bring out the treasures embedded therein.Prof. M A Alwar
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188Siddhanta Kaumudi - Atmanepada PrakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritA course covering the sutras of Atmanepada prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 2679 (भावकर्मणोः) to 2744 (विभाषोपपदेन प्रतीयमाने). Contains Audios + supporting PPTs.Vid. Venkata Subramanian P
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189Siddhanta Kaumudi - Stripratyaya PrakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Stripratyaya prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita, along with important portions from the Balamanorama commentary. Covers Sutras from 453 (स्त्रियाम्) to 531 (यूनस्तिः).Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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190Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi - PanchasandhyantamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritA course covering the initial chapters of Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi of Varadaraja, one of the most popular basic texts of Paninian Grammar. Covers the first 200 sutras of the text. Contains Audios + supporting PPTs.Vid. Venkata Subramanian P
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191Ashtadhyayi Laghu Parichaya - A brief Overview of the Ashtadhyayi of PaniniFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritA course introducing the Ashtadhyayi of Panini, the foundation text of Sanskrit Grammar. It will introduce basic concepts of sutras, adhikaras and anuvrittis, and provide an overview of construction
of chapters in the text. Contains Audios + supporting PPTs.
Dr. Vinayak Rajat Bhat
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192Siddhanta Kaumudi - KarakaprakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the Karaka prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita, along with important portions from the Balamanorama commentary. Covers Sutras from 532 (प्रातिपदिकार्थलिङ्गपरिमाणवचनमात्रे प्रथमा) to 646 (विभाषा कृञि).Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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193MA Sanskrit 1st Year Grammar (KSOU) - Kaaraka and Samaasa from Siddhanta KaumudiFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA preparatory course for MA 1st year Grammar paper of Karnataka State Open University. Starts with an introduction to Paninian Vyakarana, and covers the complete Kaaraka prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi, and also the Avyayibhava and Tatpurusha Samaasas till Upapada Samaasa (Remaining portions covered in 2nd year course).Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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194Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 1 - PanchasandhyantamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the Samjna, Paribhasha and Sandhi prakaranas of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Siddhanta Kaumudi is one of the most important texts of Paninian Grammar, and this course covers the text line-by-line, enabling students to gain an easy entrance to Vyakarana Shastra.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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195MA Sanskrit 2nd Year Grammar (KSOU) - Kaaraka and Samaasa from Siddhanta KaumudiFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA preparatory course for MA 2nd year Grammar paper of Karnataka State Open University. Continuing from the first year syllabus, the second year covers the latter portion of Tatpurusha Samaasas starting from Upapada Samaasas, and covers Bahuvrihi and Dvandva Samaasas in detail.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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196Tinantaprakriya - Step-wise Derivation of verb forms in 4 saarvadhaatuka lakaarasFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritThe course will cover the तिङन्त-प्रक्रिया – Derivation of forms of Dhaatus in the four saarvadhaatuka lakaaras (लट्, लोट्, लङ्, विधिलिङ्). The methodology followed is the one pioneered by Smt. Pushpa Dikshit. The focus will be on deriving the forms relying mainly on the Ashtadhyayi, and understanding the organisation of prakaranas in the Ashtadhyayi.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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197Abhinava Vaiyakarana - Gateway to Paninian GrammarFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritVideo lectures in Sanskrit to understand sutras & concepts of Sandhis, Samasas, Subantas and Tinantas through Paninian sutras
MM Vid. Dr. Mani Dravid Sastri
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198Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 2 - Ajanta Pullinga prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Ajanta Pullinga prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 178 (अर्थवदधातुः...) to 286 (रायो हलि). Each sutra is explained in detail with examples.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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199Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 3 - Ajanta Strilinga prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Ajanta Strilinga prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 287 (औङ आपः) to 308 (न षट्स्वस्रादिभ्यः). Each sutra is explained in detail with examples.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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200Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 4 - Ajanta Napumsakalinga prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Ajanta Pullinga prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 309 (अतोऽम्) to 323 (एच इग्घ्रस्वादेशे). Each sutra is explained in detail with examples.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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201Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 5 - Halanta Pullinga prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Ajanta Pullinga prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 324 (हो ढः) to 439 (न मु ने). Each sutra explained in detail with examplesDr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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202Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 6 - Halanta Strilinga prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Halanta Strilinga prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 440 (नहो धः) to 442 (अपो भि). Each sutra is explained in detail with examples.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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203Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 7 - Halanta Napumsakalinga prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the sutras of Halanta Napumsakalinga prakaranam and Avyaya Prakaranam of the Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Deekshita. Covers Sutras from 443 (अहन्) to 452 (अव्ययादाप्सुपः). Each sutra is explained in detail with examples.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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204Ashtadhyayi Pravesha - Enter the world of Paninian Grammar (Sandhis and Subantas)Free Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritThis course introduces the learners to the tradition of Paninian grammar, and gives an overview of the structure and construction of the Ashtadhyayi. They will gain an understanding of all the major concepts of Sanskrit grammar in a way which will facilitate easy progression into the study of texts of Paninian grammar.
Dr. Tilaka M Rao
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205Learn to Chant AshtadhyayiFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraEnglishAshtadhyayi is the foundational text of Sanskrit grammar. Understanding and applying the sutras of Ashtadhyayi is greatly helped by having the sutras in memory. This course will train the students to memorise and recite the Ashtadhyayi sutras from memory. This course will be useful to students who are studying, or would like to study Paninian Vyakarana at any level.Vid. Venkata Subramanian P
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206Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi - Samaasa prakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritLaghu Siddhanta Kaumudi by Varadaraja is one of the most popular entry level texts for Paninian Grammar. This course covers the chapters related to Samasas from the text, explaining each sutra in detail with examples and exercises. Sutras from 899 (समर्थः‍ पदविधिः) to 991 (न पूजनात्) are covered.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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207Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi Part 1 - Samjna and SandhiFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritLaghu Siddhanta Kaumudi by Varadaraja is one of the most popular entry level texts for Paninian Grammar. This course is the first part of a series on Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi, and will cover the first 4 chapters (Samjna+3 sandhi prakaranas). Focus of the course will be on helping learners understand the basic structure and functioning of the sutra-system of Grammar, and applying the rules to basic sandhi processes.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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208Praudhamanorama - A commentary on the Siddhanta Kaumudi (Till the end of Panchasandhi)Free Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritA course covering in detail the Panchasandhyanta portion of Praudhamanorama, a commentary on the Siddhanta Kaumudi by Bhattoji Deekshita himself. It covers the text line-by-line and prepares students for study of advanced texts of Vyakarana ShastraDr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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209Dhaatvartha Prakaranam of Vaiyakarana Bhushanasaara - Semantic aspects of Verbs and Verb-formsFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritThis course covers the Dhaatvarthaprakarana of the Vaiyaakaranabhushanasaara, a popular aarthika-text in the Paninian Vyakarana tradition. This chapter discussed views of various other traditions like Nyaya and Meemamsa regarding the meaning of the kriyapada, and the components therein (Dhatu and pratyaya). The karikas of the text and the explanation are covered line-by-line with Sanskrit explanation.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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210Parama Laghu Manjusha (till the end of Tatparya Prakaranam)Free Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritParamalaghumanjusha is one of the basic texts in the arthika / darshanika tradition of Paniniya Vyakarana, which gives an idea of all the key concepts like Sphota, Shakti-Lakshana-Vyanjana, Dhatvartha-Akhyatartha-Nipatartha-Namartha, etc. This text is included in the syllabus of almost all universities which offer specialisation in Vyakarana shastra at the post-graduate level. First half of the text including Sphota, Shakti, Lakshana, Vyanjana, Shabdabodha-sahakari-karanas (Akanksha- Yogyata - Asatti - Tatparya) have been covered in the course with line-by-line sanskrit explanation.Dr. Sowmya Krishnapur
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211Taddhitaprakaranam - Master the variety and complexity of Taddhita pratyayasFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishTaddhita pratyayas are one of the seven kinds of pratyayas in the Paninian system. They are the largest in number and variety, contributing a wide variety of meanings to words. Taddhita prakaraṇa spans almost two whole chapters of the Ashtadhyayi, divided into several adhikaras and sub-adhikaras. In this course, Shri. Neelesh Bodas leads the learners through the world of Taddhitas in the same order of the Ashtadhyayi, detailing each adhikara, each pratyaya and each artha that forms a part of the prakarana.Shri. Neelesh Bodas
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212Siddhanta Kaumudi - KridantaprakaranamFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskrit-EnglishA course covering the entire Kridanta Prakarana of the Siddhanta Kaumudi, along with all sutras which are involved in the derivation of Kridanta forms of all 2000 dhatus. The course develops a step-wise structure for prakriya, and compares and contrasts the Kaumudi text vis-a-vis the Kashika. Portions from advanced texts like Bhashya and Shekhara are also discussed in several contexts.Shri. Neelesh Bodas
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213Mastery of Paninian Grammar through KashikavrittiFree Course / ToolVyakarana ShastraSanskritKashika is one of the oldest available texts of the Paninian tradition, and is highly respected by scholars for providing a comprehensive explanation of the sutras with examples, retaining the sequence and structure of the Ashtadhyayi. Vid. Vaishnava Simha explains the source text, line by line, including insights from commentaries according to the context.Vid. Vaishnava Simha
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214Hathayogapradipika - Verse by Verse in simple SanskritFree Course / ToolYoga ShastraSanskritHathayogapradipika by Svatmarama is one of the most popular texts of the Haṭhayoga tradition. It contains nearly 400 verses divided into 4 chapters called upadeshas. This course covers the first two upadeshas, explaining each shloka in simple sanskrit.Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan
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215A study of Yogadarshana of PatanjaliFree Course / ToolYoga ShastraSanskritYogasutras of Patanjali are considered to be one of the foundational texts of Yoga system of Philosophy. There are 194 sutras divided into 4 paadas titled Samadhi paada, Saadhana paada, Vibhuti paada and Kaivalya paada. These sutras are explained in this course with the help of the Rajamartanda vritti (commentary) of Bhoja.Prof. Shrinivasa Varakhedi
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