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Panini Ashtadhyayi

a unique opportunity to Learning "Panini Ashtadhyayi".
Start date: 15th March.


with Vedantic and Modern prospective.
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Sanskrit Education and its Future in Modern India

Namo Namah, On National Education Day, Sanskrit Club presents an open discussion on "Sanskrit Education and its Future in Modern India." "आधुनिक भारत में संस्कृत शिक्षा और उसका भविष्य." According to NEP2020, Now there will focus on the Promotion of Indian Languages, Arts, and Culture.
Sanskrit is one of the official 22 languages of India( Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India) is facing severe difficulties on many fronts. For languages to remain relevant and vibrant, there must be a continuous stream of high-quality learning and Vast literature in any language along with and spoke the language. The discussion will focus mainly on the education of Sanskrit in modern time & it's a comparison with those of Ancient days& Future of Sanskrit Education and role of Sanskrit in Education sector.
Along with that, In the light of Taittiriya Upanishad, We will discuss the Need for Sanskrit knowledge systems related to values & wisdom in students & teachers & how to make them part of the education system as a whole. Date: 11th November 2021 Time: 7 PM Join Microsoft Teams Here:tiny.cc/scDiscussion
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Guest Lecture on Astronomy in Ancient India

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Workshop on Ancient Indian Maths Traditions

Registraion Link: tinyurl.com/scmathworkshop

Workshop on Rājadharma and Daṇḍanīti

Rashtram School of Public Leadership & Sanskrit Club, IIT Roorkee are pleased to announce a Two-day National Workshop on the ‘Textual Sources of Rājadharma and Daṇḍanīti’.
September 24, 2021: Day I of the Two-Day Workshop
September 25, 2021: Day II of the Two-Day Workshop
Two sessions on both days ,
Session I: 11 AM – 12:30 PM,
Session II: 02:00 PM – 03:30 PM
Registraion Link: https://rashtram.org/event/workshop-on-rajadharma-and-dandaniti/
Once you register, please check your email inbox for a confirmation mail. Please ensure that you check under the ‘Promotions’ Tab.
Last date to register-: 20th september 11:59pm

Sanskrit Saptaah

On the occasion of Sanskrit Saptaah, we are going to organize Spoken Sanskrit Workshop and many exciting competitions. The details of every event will be posted on our FB Page


The Anguish of Kunti-putra Karna

Namo Namah!
Sanskrit Club IITR, in collaboration with Dramatics Section IITR, is organising a drama - 'कर्णभारम् :
a different narrative about the last day of Karna's life'.'KARNABHARAM' or 'The Anguish of Kunti-putra Karna' is a Sanskrit play beautifully crafted by one of the most illustrious and earliest dramatist of Indian subcontinent, Mahakavi Bhasa.
Mahakavi Bhasa portrays in his classic work 'Karnabharam', the downfall of the mighty epic hero 'Karna', projecting the inner conflict that develops in him when he enters Kurukshethra to wage a crucial battle with the Pandavas. It helps the spectators realise the true generous and righteous nature of Karna as he ride out towards the battle-ground, where his death under heart-wrenching circumstances is certain.
Dr Prasad Bhide, PhD from IIT Bombay, will present this play through अभिवाचन. He will recite and enact the text and explain the connotations in hindi. Do join us to witness the retelling of a heartfelt episode of the Indian epic 'Mahabharata' but from a different eye.
Meet link: https://iitroorkee.webex.com/iitroorkee
Saturday, Aug 14, 2021 5:00 pm | 1 hour 30 minutes
Event number: 158 080 5959
Event password: sanskritclub
The event can also be seen using YouTube live : https://tiny.cc/YoutubeSC

Gift of Knowledge

A Web Lecture Series

  • Gift of Knowledge is an initiative by the IITR class of 1996.
  • As part of (hopefully) celebrating our silver jubilee this year in Nov 2021, some alumni have come up with 3 ways of giving back to their dear alma mater - The Gift of Money, The Gift of Health and The Gift of Knowledge.
  • Under the Gift of Knowledge, one of the things they wish to share is the spiritual knowledge that many of them received from the Bhagavad Gita after graduating from IITR.
  • Having experienced its benefits first hand in their personal and professional lives, they are motivated to share this knowledge with as many people as possible.
  • The Gift of Knowledge initiative hopes to equip the students with this great tool - Bhagavad Gita - which they can turn to for all important questions of life.
  • Recruitments

    Naya Bharat e-series

    Series of Webinars on School Education

  • A flagship program of the Ministry of Education, Government of India.
  • Organized by the Sanskrit Club, IIT Roorkee and Participation in School Education (PS) Subject Expert Group (SEG) of the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA).
  • Each webinar brings forth experts on the principles and practice of a theme aligned with the recommendations of the New Education Policy NEP2020.
  • Registration link for the webinars.
  • Details of the themes, dates, times and youtube links to attend are included below -
    • Webinar on 27th December 2020 at 3:30 PM
      • Theme: Sanskrit Education in Schools
      • Speakers of the day: Sri. Sampadananda Mishra, Prof. Anil Kumar Gourishetty
      • Prof. V. K. Vijay (Professor, CRDT, IIT Delhi) will also address the webinar as the National Coordinator of the UBA.
      • YouTube link to attend the webinar.
    • Webinar on 31st January 2021 at 03:30 PM
      • Theme: Transforming Education via Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS) for Schools
      • Speakers of the day: Prof. Michel Danino, Sushri Arundhati Mehta Sundar
      • The webinar will also feature a special guest in the form of a school teacher who has implemented KTPI in her school..
      • YouTube link to attend the webinar.
  • Sanskrit Club's 5 years' journey

    by Prof. Anil Kumar Gourishetty, in Naya Bharat Webinar


    RiCha - Riddle Chain

  • First activity of a series of activities planned after freshers of 2020-21 joined in Nov-end
  • Conducted between 3rd and 5th of December, 2020.
  • These participants made it to the next level!
  • त्रयः - त्रिवारम् आश्चर्यः

    Trayah - Thrice the Suprise!

  • Second activity of a series of activities planned after freshers of 2020-21 joined in Nov-end
  • This event was conducted live on YouTube on 13th December, 2020.
  • Here are the winners of the RiCha Tiebreaker event!!
  • 1st Tanya Bharti 2nd Atal Agrawal 3rd Devesh Yadav

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