Following His instructions that Sanskrit learning must be made easy and freely available to everybody who desires to learn it, a group of sadhakas worked to formulate a Step by Step learning programme.
The lessons that you see on our website are designed to take a student from 'I do not know a word of Sanskrit' to 'I can't believe that I can decipher this on my own!
This cultivation of bringing body and heart together transforms out inner and outer lives to a state of calm, clarity and connect to self and others.
Parama Pujya Sadyojat Shankarashram Swamiji's love and reverence for Sanskrit is well known.
We do not know which beliefs and practices or the religious traditions of the Indus Valley Civilization found their way into present day Hinduism.
Some historians question whether the religion of the Indus Valley people can be categorized at all as the earliest known aspect of Hinduism.
The finding of some Indus type seals at other sites outside the Indian subcontinent, such as Ur, Kish, Tell Asmar, Umma, Lagash, Susa etc., suggest that the Indus people maintained contact with many cultures in Western Asia, including the people of Israel and probably there was an exchange of merchandise, ideas, beliefs and also people.
Hinduism richly derived its current knowledge not only from major sectarian traditions of India such as Brahmanism, Shaivism and Vaishnavism but also from many rural and tribal traditions that were prevalent in various parts of the Indian subcontinent since the earliest times.
Going by this definition, whatever faith or religion the Indus people practiced automatically falls under purview of Hinduism, and thereby becomes the earliest known, historic aspect or tradition of Hinduism or Sanatana Dharma.Not to mention, the nurturing and educating of devotees and the general public...Awareness and understanding of mind and heart are 2 major factors that will help reduce anxiety and stress through a transformation process of embodiment.Currently, people who speak Dravidian languages, namely Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam are located in south India.It is believed that these languages originated independent of Sanskrit, which is believed to be the offshoot of the same stock of languages that gave birth to Greek, Latin, German, French, Russian, English and other Indo-European languages.