Thursday, July 07, 2005

On-line Sanskrit Program: Florida International University & Hindu University of America



On-line Sanskrit Program
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From: Nathan Katz <katzn@fiu.edu>


ON-LINE SANSKRIT PRORGAM

Florida International University announces an on-line Sanskrit program
consisting of two full years of college-level Sanskrit instruction.

The four courses each carry 3 semester hours of credit through FIU and
transferrable anywhere. Students anywhere in the world are most
welcome to take the courses.

The courses, offered in conjunction with Hindu University of America,
comprise the first accredited on-line Sanskrit program in the world.

For information on how to register, background on the instructor, and
tables of tuition and fees, please see
http://cas.fiu.edu/SpiritualityCenter/Sanskritfall05.htm

Nathan Katz

2 comments:

san said...

Hey, has anyone ever been to Om Parvat? Is it real, or just a fiction to attract tourists?

It's supposed to be a unique feature on the Kailash Manosovar route.

Murali said...

Sorry for the digression. Maestro Ilaiyaraja's Thiruvasagam in Symphony has been released. Thiruvasagam is a 9th century Tamil literature on Lord Siva written by Maanickavasagar. If you are into classical (western/Indian) or love old Tamil literature or love Ilaiyaraja's music or want to hear
something you have never heard
this is for you.

Hear the samples and decide for yourself:
http://www.raaja.com/index2.html

In the US you can order the CD from
http://www.tis-usa.com/
or http://www.dvdunlimitedonline.com/shop/

In India you can order the CD online from
http://www.chennaionline.com/

or from any of the major audio outlets in Chennai, Bangalore, etc.

I have been closely following this effort for the past two years. It has been brought out after lot of difficulties. The producers have incurred huge loans. If you are interested in it, please buy original CDs or cassettes (even if you download from somewhere).

- Murali

yAm petRa inbam peruga ivvaiyagam (Let the whole world have the bliss that I had)