Sanskrit: Level 3

This course builds upon our Level 1 and 2 Sanskrit courses. We will study chapters 5 and 6 of Yogāvatāraṇam: The Translation of Yoga, integrating traditional Indian and Western academic methods of learning for an engaging experience of learning Sanskrit.

We we will learn more nouns (ending in -i, -u and -ṛ), as well as other verbal forms, such as the imperative, optative and past tense, and also gerunds and infinitives. This will allow us to continue to read from yoga texts, putting theory into practice by chanting and translating verses together.

Start Date: 17 July 2022

Course Duration: Nine Weeks

Optional Assessment: Weekly Coursework

Tutor: Zoë Slatoff

Course Creator: Zoë Slatoff

60 pages

3hr 57min

Five Zoom sessions on various topics. Meet tutors and students from other courses and explore other areas of Hindu studies. Recordings available.

Pathway(s): Sanskrit

   

£145

 

Each week you are provided with course notes (or you can follow along in the book if you have it), video, and audio files. We focus on proper pronunciation and learning through sound as well as reading, writing, and grammar.

There are weekly assignments.

 

Your Tutor

Zoe Slatoff

Zoë Slatoff

Zoë Slatoff has created and tutors a comprehensive series of Sanskrit courses for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies. Zoë has a Masters in Asian Languages and Culture from Columbia. She is the author of Yogāvatāraṇam, a Sanskrit textbook for yoga students. Zoë is working on a PhD about the Aparokṣānubhūti – an Advaita Vedāntic text which integrates yoga philosophy, attributed to Ādi Śaṅkarācārya – at Lancaster University. Zoë is the Sanskrit editor for Pushpam Magazine, Nāmarūpa, and Robert Svoboda’s book Vāstu. She teaches daily Mysore classes as well as Sanskrit and yoga philosophy in New York.

 

Sanskrit: Level 3
£145