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Sri Ramodantam is a very popular and wonderful poetic literature written by an unknown author. Ramodantam is known for its simplicity in terms of both words and verses. Prominent scholars would remember this kavyam from their childhood for the reason that a few decades ago this kavyam was commonly learnt to attain preliminary knowledge in Sanskrit.
The text of Ramodantam consists of around 200 shlokas. The Digital Campus of The Madras Sanskrit College is happy to bring out this course in our learning platform. In this lesson series, we plan to complete this text of 200 verses, in 25 sessions. Two sessions a week are planned to be conducted via Zoom platform. Later the students can access the recordings in their learning platform as reference.
Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran, is our teacher for this course. She a passionate part-time teacher, is involved with many things in Samskrtam, including but not limited to teaching, translating, deep diving in discussions in literature, grammar and philosophy.
Smt. Visalakshi lives in San Jose, CA, teaches Sanskrit to NRIs living in the Middle E ast, Asia and US. She has nearly 30 years experience in teaching Samskrtam at various levels. Smt. Visalakshi was introduced to Samskrtam by Smt. Malathi Balasubramaniam, who trained her for the Chittoor board exams. She is a gold medalist from Madras University where she pursued her MA in Sanskrit. She has had additional training in Vedānta, Vyākaraṇa and Sāhitya from Dr. N. Veezhinathan (Retd. HOD, Dept of Sanskrit, Madras University) and Dr. V. Abhiramasundaram (HOD, Dept. of Sanskrit, Vivekananda College, Chennai).
Class starts 30th September 2023 (On 1st Oct alone we have a class on Sunday.)
DaRd: Fridays and Saturdays
Class time: 8:00PM IST
Mode: Online (Zoom)
1. What are the technical requirements for taking part in this Course?
Being an on-line course, you need a computer/mobile/tablet device with Internet connection that enables you to watch the video lectures.
2. What are the prerequisites for this course?
One must have completed Pravesika-1 and Pravesika-2 courses or must be familiar with the concepts taught in these courses.