Sanskrit: Level 10
In Sanskrit Level 10, we will almost finish the book – Yogāvatāraṇam: The Translation of Yoga – studying chapters 19 and 20.
Over the course of the 9 weeks, we will learn about both primary and secondary nominal derivation and the pronoun enam. We will also learn the many forms of the aorist, the last past tense. This will allow us to continue to read from classical texts such as the Bhagavad Gītā, the more recent hāṭha yoga texts, as well as to continue to read passages from some of the early Upaniṣads.
Aside from a couple of little things we will have now covered all of the main Sanskrit grammatical constructs.
Now with dedicated Zoom sessions!
Start Date: 19 July 2026
Course Duration: Nine Weeks
Tutor: Dr Zoë Slatoff
Course Creator: Dr Zoë Slatoff
Optional Assessment: Weekly Coursework
The main video component of your course. On-demand means you can watch at the time that suits you.
This course contains three dedicated live Zoom sessions with Dr Zoë Slatoff (recordings available for any you miss).
You will also be invited to join our general interest Zoom sessions throughout the term. These are open to all enrolled students and cover a range of topics related to indian thought and philosophy.
They are a a great way to meet students and tutors from other courses!