om gurave namah
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shared the following links for Sanskrit Learning …
This is mostly a public domain place hosting electronic libraries, as far as i can judge. The books can be downloaded for free, they are out of copyright since most of them are from the turn of the previous century and older and they are quite heavy in terms of megabytes. They are mostly good quality scans and turned into pdf, although most of them are also in formats suitable for e-readers e.g. kindle,and epub, although not very well converted at least in my Sony e-reader.
The Gaṇarāja sādhanā for the first year is to be initiated with the teachings of Maharṣi Mudgala (Gaṇeśa Purāṇa).
Gaṇeśa – Long life, free from all diseases, removal of all troubles and obstacles in the learning path and life
Parāśara Mantra – digestion of teachings of Parāśara ….you will know all the details of these when we have the contact classes.
Year-2: Sūrya Upāsana – Dasākṣarī mantra for great success and prosperity, Navagraha pūjā
Year-3: Kṛṣṇa mantra sādhanā – Karma Yogi
Gaṇeśa is the giver of faith and the one who
The Audio Recordings for the 2015 Himalaya Classes are linked below for your convenience. You can click on them and listen, or just download them and save them to your favorite music player to listen when driving! So long as you are listening, you are learning.
Welcome to the webinars of PJC Year-1
Everytime we have a webinar, we will keep updating this page. So it is a good idea to share your recordings so that they can be made available here.
Use the forum for not only asking questions pertaining to the webinars but also new questions that come to you as you study PJC Year-1
First Webinar 8 Mar 2015 | Sanjay Rath
Second Webinar 22 Mar 2015 | Sarbani Rath
In the lesson Foundation of Vedic Astrology, the first division of the body of Nārāyaṇa was divided into four parts. If we consider the entire body to be represented by an endless circle, then dividing by 4 would give quarters of 90° each. Let us use a special word called KENDRA for this. This Sanskrit word केन्द्र (kendra) simply means a center like a focus. If we talk of directions, then we have ONLY FOUR Cardinal directions – East, West, North and South. We call each of these a Kendra because at any point of time, when we face one
As you know we have a contact class for a short period where we teach some of the topics of the PJC and get an opportunity to meet with the students. The interaction is very beneficial for both as in the end, this is a guru-shishya parampara or ancient Indian traditional method of teaching. The Gurukula system envisaged that the ‘Guru’ or plural ‘gurus’ or female ‘gurvi’ would be like the elders of a joint family system and the shishya would be like the children. Age was never a factor as learning was allowed at all ages and all stages.