Samskruta is a compound word consisting of “sáṃ” (together) and “kṛta” (create). It connotes a work that has been “well put together”, “perfected”, “purified” and “sanctified”.
The Sanskrit language is an exquisite antiquity of not just Indian, but also world literature. It is also known as an intellectual wonder of the Vedic period.
Modern Research has found that phonetics in Sanskrit has its roots in different energy centres of the body. Reading or speaking the language can activate these points, which helps the mind grow and relax, and protects the body against illness. It has been noted that the study of Sanskrit enhances the functioning and memory of the brain. Such is the positive impact of the language on human lives.
Undoubtedly, technology has grown in the last few decades, but even with such accessibility, Sanskrit is still largely unexplored by the masses. In view of this, Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir, a research-based educational organisation established under the divine guidance of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, is diligently working to elucidate and develop the practice of using Sanskrit language in our daily lives.
We are glad to announce that 2 virtual Sanskrit Sambhashan batches are being organised from 8th – 19th November, 2021, and 125 beneficiaries from various states across India have already enrolled in these real-time sessions.
During these sessions, interactive ways of learning shall be adopted to create interest among the participants through simple activities such as enumeration, cross-introduction, object introduction, inflection and short sentence-making etc. in Sanskrit. Apart from this, participants shall be taught how to pronounce common names such as months, days, colours, and how to tell time in Sanskrit.
Such online Sanskrit courses are regularly organised by Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir, and we encourage all to join us in this initiative of making the world a Sanskrit Bhashi world.