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Lesson series

For Life & Leadership (AS1)

Bring an Attitude Shift to tune in better for success at work and in life. Pithy Sanskrit maxims help in today’s work-life scenarios. It improves all aspects of your interconnected life.


- Learn Sanskrit in context.
- Learn at your pace.
- The lessons have to be completed in sequence.
- Every week a new lesson will be added.

Change your attitude to tune in better for success at work or in life. You are the same person, and the attitude change helps all aspects of your life. Pithy Sanskrit maxims help in today’s work life scenarios.

Leading without authority.
  • Position and Responsibility (tat-sthāna-āppnae)
  • Take them from Known to Unknown (arundhati-pradarshan nyāya)
  • Slithering Lizard is not a Snake (na hi godhā sarpantī)
  • Perched Eagle does not move (agachchhan vainateyo’pi)
  • Lamp without oil (a-sneha-dīpa nyāya)
  • Bind men and the Elephant (andha-gaja nyāya)
… and many more.  

100% practical wisdom applicable here and now!

PS: For those in India wishing to pay in INR (6400 4400), you can make payment here and send an email to Learn@PracticalSanskrit.com

Happy Learning!

In this course:

At a glance:   
    - 100 Maxims
    - 16 hours
    - 1 hour/session (week)
    - 16 weeks
    - Instruction medium: English

Who should attend?
 (adhikārī): Anyone from 18 to 80 years. Specially people at workplace. Everyone is a leader to someone!

Subject (vishaya): Maxims from the book Attitude ShiftSanskrit Maxims for Contemporary Life and Leadership.

Purpose (prayojana): Gain deeper insight into human thought and approach and improve life and leadership skills.

Course Content: 100 maxims (nyāya) for life and leadership.

Language of instruction: English

Supporting material: Downloadable PDF of the material covered. Optional quizzes and assignments.

Course Lessons - AS1

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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