Sydney Sanskrit School is the first Sanskrit community language school located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, which promotes the language of Sanskrit through fun ways. It operates from three locations currently – Liverpool, Wentworthville and Glenfield.
The school was founded by dedicated and interested parents to provide a wide exposure to Sanskrit language through its ancient texts and familiarise students with the ancient knowledge of Vedas, Yoga, Meditation, Spirituality, Culture and History – apart from enabling students of all ages and background to be able to converse, read and write in the Sanskrit language.
We are introducing a small segment so that all those who are interested in Sanskrit or are just curious about the language can learn with us and understand its beauty. To begin with, we have the word of the day and a Subhashitam of the week and maybe some short videos. Please feel free to give us feedback on these segments either by email email@example.com , or by contacting Dr Meena on 0423 457 343 (+61 423 457 343 – if you are calling from outside Australia).
Sydney Sanskrit School is engaged in the preservation and promotion of Sanskrit in Australia. Sydney Sanskrit School was founded in 2006 under the auspices of School of Vedic Sciences (Aust) Inc. It is the first Sanskrit school established in the Southern Hemisphere with the objectives to:
Impart Sanskrit learning to enable students to converse, read and write in the language
Comprehend firsthand the Sanskrit literature relating to Vedas, Yoga, Meditation, Spirituality, Culture and History
Enable students to appreciate the classic significance of the language, its role/influence in their own personal development, local and universal cultures.
Sydney Sanskrit School, with its innovative approach in teaching language, helps the Sanskrit learner to:
“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”
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.