Sydney Sanskrit School is aimed at inspiring our young generation to learn Sanskrit so that they can appreciate and explore the Vedic and classical literature of India. Sydney Sanskrit School is the first Sanskrit community language school established in the southern hemisphere. This school is running under the auspices of School of Vedic Sciences (Australia) Inc and is supported by the NSW Department of Education under the Federation of Community Languages program.
The main objectives of the school are to:
- Impart Sanskrit learning to enable students to converse, read and write in the language
- Comprehend first hand Sanskrit literature relating to Vedas, Yoga, Meditation, Spirituality, Culture and History
- Enable students appreciate the classic significance of the language, its role/influence in their own personal development, local and universal cultures.
The school operates on all Sundays, except school and public holidays. Weekly classes are held at:MarsdenRoadPublic school, Marsden Road, Liverpool, NSW 2170.
Sydney Sanskrit School with its innovative approach in teaching language helps the Sanskrit learner to:
Learn – the language easily through the Sanskrit for fun approach (that is based on the i4 learning framework)
Engage – in activities that provide them opportunities to exhibit their learning
Advance – further their knowledge by using the state of the art technology
Discover – initiate the learner to discover the knowledge hidden in the vast Vedic literature
Succeed – provide opportunities to excel and celebrate their success.
disseminate the knowledge of Sanskrit language to our younger generation through formal learning environment so that they can learn this language with ease and use it in their daily life to appreciate and understand the significance of the Vedic literature in our current modern day life
|| न हि ज्ञानेन सदृशम्!||
‘na hi jñānena sadṛśam’
meaning nothing is equivalent to knowledge.
Knowledge of Sanskrit to our younger generation will open the doors for further exploration and research in to the vast Vedic literature which is still so relevant and of high importance in this technological world.