2016 Samskrita Dinam – All are Welcome! २०१६ संस्कृत दिनम्! सर्वेषां स्वागतम्! Sunday May 8th 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. in Saraswati Hall

This is a day of celebrating Samskritam, an ancient language, which is making a comeback by educating one student at a time. 
Come and cheer the students as they showcase their knowledge in samskritam.

Vishva Samskrita Dinam (World Samkrit day) is celebrated world-wide on the Poornima of Shravana Month (Full moon during August-September). This Samskrit day is in celebration of Viswa Samskrita Dinam.

Sanskrit is taught in our pãtašãla for children on Saturdays (3:00 – 4:00 p.m.) and for both children and adults on Sundays (9:30 – 1:00). The teachers are all taught and trained by Samskrita Bharati, USA, which celebrated its 20th year in the U.S. The mission of Samskrita Bharati is to bring back Sanskrit as a spoken language by all.  They accomplish this by teaching Sanskrit in an interactive class room with emphasis on speaking and understanding.

In the Samskrit dinam, students display their knowledge and love for Samskritam through songs and group skits in simple Samskritam. Students will also individually chant šlokas in Samskritam from Amarakosha – which is a thesaurus of nouns – as a fun friendly competition.

Sunday, May 8th, 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the Saraswati Hall

All are Welcome!!

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