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Founders & Principal | Sydney Sanskrit School

Founders & Principal

Founder Members in current committee

Mr Karthik Subramanian, Dr Meenakshi Srinivasan, Mr Jagadeesh Doraiswamy, Mrs Meera Jagadeesh

The Principal

The myth that Sanskrit is difficult, incomprehensible, boring and dull, was shattered by Dr Meena Srinivasan, a PhD in Sanskrit with over twenty years of experience teaching Sanskrit. Having worked with Samaskritha Bharati, an institution that saw the revival of Sanskrit across the length and breadth of India, Meena had conducted over 2000 camps in her association with the organisation.

The unparalleled experience, coupled with her academic qualification, employment in academic institutions in Bangalore teaching Sanskrit at the graduate and post-graduate levels a boon to those who were eager yet unable to learn the language professionally.

Dr Meenakshi also is the co-founder Principal of Sydney Sanskrit School who

  • Conducts Vishnu Sahasranamam classes weekly
  • Conducts spoken Sanskrit and Grammar classes for Karmakanda pandits
  • Is conducting classes for Sura Saraswathi Sabha (Sringeri) Classes
  • Conducts spiritual, cultural and folklore awareness programs for senior citizens of RAIN (Resourceful Australian Indian Network)
  • Conducts spoken Sanskrit and grammar class for senior students.
  • Has given guest lectures at various organisations and programs
  • Conducts Sanskrit Teacher Training programs and workshops
  • Choreographs Sanskrit dance and drama
  • She has taught Hindi at the Department of Indian Sub-Continental Studies at University of Sydney