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Sarala Sanskrit

Sarala Sanskrit Course

Online Spoken Sanskrit Course

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Sarala Sanskrit is the Level 1 of Spoken Sanskrit Tutoring offered by eTutorWorld. This course aims at helping students form grammatically correct Sanskrit sentences with appropriate pronunciation. Register today, to learn Sanskrit in a Live Virtual Classroom, from the comfort of your home.

About the Course

Sarala Sanskrit is a well-designed spoken Sanskrit course, delivered by an experienced tutor while ensuring real time classroom experience. All the sessions are extremely interactive where simple Sanskrit conversations happen flawlessly with the help of the latest technology.

The main objective of the course is to teach students ‘The Mother of all Languages – Sanskrit’, with less emphasis on the grammatical aspects. Therefore, all the spoken Sanskrit course lesson plans are customized as per individual needs, and by the end of the course, every students learns to converse in Sanskrit at a basic level.

Sarala Sanskrit for Everyone – 8 to infinity

This is a universal course that can be taken by anyone in the age group of 8 to Infinity. There will be separate batches for children and adults. So, if you want to learn Sanskrit, register with us today! Remember, age is just a number!

Schedule

Sarala Sanskrit Level 1 course has 10 learning hours. These hours are spread across 5 weeks with 2 sessions of 60 minutes per week. This is a basic level spoken Sanskrit class that starts with the introduction of numbers and covers nuances such as singular/plural forms, time, directions, forms of sentences, adjectives, tenses, and more.

Spoken Sanskrit Course

Level 1

$119

Number of Sessions 10
Number of Students in a Batch 4 to 10
Start Date July 5, 2022
End Date August 5, 2022
Days of the Week Tuesdays & Fridays
Time 11am to 12pm EST

Early bird offer – 15% discount
Use coupon EARLY15

Note – Separate batches for Children and Adults

Session Topics
Day 1
  • Building vocabulary with few Nouns and Verbs
  • Questioning : What? Where? How many? ( Kim?, Kutra?, Kati ?)
  • Practicing simple sentences in Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Story telling in Sanskrit
  • Day 2
  • Usage of Verbs and Pronouns
  • Numbers from 11-20
  • Tell the time – Half past
  • Building vocabulary with few more Verbs
  • Practicing simple sentences using Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Story telling in Sanskrit
  • Day 3
  • Usage of singular and plural words(Masculine and Neuter gender)
  • Numbers from 21-25
  • Tell the time –quarter past
  • Practicing simple sentences using Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Story telling in Sanskrit
  • Day 4
  • Usage of singular and plural words(Feminine Gender)
  • Numbers from 26-30
  • Tell the time –quarter to Locative cases( Saptami vibhakti) for Masculine and Neuter gender
  • Practicing simple sentences using Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Thought for the day (Subhashitam in Sanskrit)
  • Day 5
  • Locative cases( Saptami vibhakti) for Masculine and Neuter gender
  • Numbers from 31 to 35
  • Tell the time – Minutes past
  • Building Vocabulary- today, tomorrow, yesterday and other related words in Sanskrit
  • Verbs in past tense
  • Questioning word “when” (kadā)
  • Practicing simple sentences using Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Story telling in Sanskrit
  • Day 6
  • Genitive case (Ṣaṣṭhī vibhakti) words for masculine and neuter gender
  • Numbers from 36-40 in Sanskrit
  • Tell the time – Minutes to
  • Past tense for plural verbs
  • Questioning word – How ? (Katham)
  • Practicing simple sentences using Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Thought for the day (Subhashitam in Sanskrit)
  • Day 7
  • Genitive case (Ṣaṣṭhī vibhakti) words for Feminine Gender
  • Numbers from 41 to 45 in Sanskrit
  • Answer time related questions.
  • Past tense for plural verbs
  • Adjectives - Words
  • Practicing simple sentences using Sanskrit words discussed in this session
  • Story telling in Sanskrit
  • Day 8
  • Accusative case (Dvitīya vibhakti) words for masculine and neuter gender
  • Numbers from 46 to 50
  • Parts of the body
  • Using suffix to the Verb roots (tumun)
  • Questioning word – Why ?(Kimartham ?)
  • Marvel in Sanskrit Language
  • Day 9
  • Instrumental case (Tritiyaa vibhakti) words for feminine gender
  • Paste tense words
  • Directions – Up, down, front, back, left and right
  • Constructing simple sentences using suffix to verb roots
  • Story telling in Sanskrit
  • Day 10
  • Accusative case (Tṝtiyā vibhaktih) words for feminine gender
  • Number Game
  • Vocabulary relating to relation and relationships
  • Colour names
  • Practice session
  • View a sample session on Spoken Sanskrit

    Benefits of taking Spoken Sanskrit Classes with eTutorWorld

    • eTutorWorld combines the effectiveness of traditional learning leveraging on technology.
    • A structured curriculum developed by highly respected tutors.
    • Focus on milestone learning rather than traditional open-ended learning.
    • Less stress on grammar and more focus on conversational skills. Students can start speaking basic Sanskrit from Day 1.
    • Virtual class recordings for missed sessions or weekend revisions.
    • Relaxed learning at chosen timing, including evening hours and weekends.
    • Regular assessments, grading, and Course Certificate by eTutorWorld.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What are the basic requirements for this course?
    There are no basic requirements for the Sarala Sanskrit course other than a desire to learn. This is the first level of spoken Sanskrit course and our expert tutors will cover all the basics and more as listed in the curriculum above.
    2. Will I be able to speak Sanskrit after this course?
    Yes, you will be able to speak beginner’s level Sanskrit after this course. For more proficiency, you will need to take up the next level course – Spoken Sanskrit Level 2.
    3. Which books do I need to purchase?
    You don’t have to purchase any books for the spoken Sanskrit classes. All the course material and resources will be provided by eTutorWorld.
    4. What are the other language and culture courses available at eTutorWorld?
    eTutorWorld’s offerings in “Culture and Languages” segment include Vedic Math, Shloka for Kids, Interactive Storytelling (Jataka Tales, Panchatantra, and Mythological stories from epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata), etc.
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