Lesson series

Ancient Wisdom Modern Times - Part 2 (AWMT02)

(Recorded videos of live course between May-Sep 2020)

Variety of deep and interesting topics as (Part 1 & 2):
- The Force is with you!
- The Yoga of Balance.
- How do we learn?
- Breath Control. Mind Control.
- Fighting of goats and couples!
- Three drinks for health.
- The Great Graduation speech.
- How does God help us?
- Can we control destiny?
- Shiva Manasa Puja.
- 24 worldly gurus
- Leadership traits from 7th century pun-master
- Rama - the best among men. But why?
- 10 initial steps on the yoga path.
     ~ and many more ~

Check it out, see the free sample sections. If you like, then enroll in the course. Language notes and practice audio will be uploaded as well.
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In this course:

Why is ancient Indian wisdom useful for all times and all people? Its antiquity predates any agenda based, competitive, person based knowledge system/religion. Honest pursuit of truth - spiritually and practically. This series of online live sessions gives a peek into the variety of topics and source from Sanskrit works.

  • Part 2 of a series. Includes Live online session.
  • Two live sessions: 10 AM India time, and 10 AM New York time - join either one according to convenience.
  • Gives a broad sample of variety of topics and source from Sanskrit literature.
  • 30+ shlokas/verses in each set/part
  • Shlokas from Ramayana, Mahabharata, Gita, Chanakya, ...
  • Nuances and backstories.
  • Language aspects for those who want to learn Sanskrit
  • Almost 7 hours of video
  • Recitation practice as well.
  • Content will keep getting added on an on-going basis.
Wisdom Sessions.
Simple Sanskrit. Great Ideas!
Happy learning!

Course Lessons - AWMT02

Shashi Joshi, Author, Instructor, Mentor.

न च विद्या समो बन्धुः No friend like knowledge!
Shashi has a long passion and exposure to Sanskrit from school days.

He holds a Master's degree from University of Minnesota (USA), and a Bachelor's degree from IIT Kharagpur (India), both in Computer Science. He uses his analytical and teaching skills to present Sanskrit in a way that is easy to understand, interesting to absorb, and enlightening for living a better life in big and small ways.

He has authored a book, created workbooks, an audio CD, edited a magazine - all promoting Sanskrit wisdom for modern times. His motto - "Simple Sanskrit, Great Ideas." and "Come Curious. Go Wise."
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