What does Sanskrit reveal about the scope and richness of human speech?
Posted on: 26/9/2020
Posted on: 7/7/2020
A new Sanskrit/Vedanta Class – April 2020
Posted on: 22/12/2019
Is English a Child of Sanskrit?
Posted on: 15/12/2019
The Sanskrit Alphabet – an ocean of experience
Posted on: 11/6/2019
WOULD THE ŚRĪMAD BHᾹGAVATAM APPEAL TO AN INTELLECTUAL PERSON?
Posted on: 5/5/2019
The relevance of Sanskrit at university
Posted on: 22/2/2019
The Gifts of Sanskrit: An interview with two Sanskrit students in Brussels
Posted on: 17/1/2019
I’d like to share the methods I used to study for the IGCSE examination, in the hope that other students planning to take it might glean some tips.
I found that it’s useful to do even just a little study every day…..
2019 is the last chance to take A Level. Read about the wonderful experience of doing just that!
Posted on: 29/12/2018
Saturday Sanskrit Classes for Adults: Student Voices (3)
Posted on: 27/3/2018
David Stollar, former teacher at St James Senior Boys’ School and member of Sanskrit @ St James, has been offering Saturday-morning Sanskrit classes tailored to adult students. We are here featuring the feedback from some of David’s students. Should these pique your interest, read all about David’s new beginners’ class here.
My Tryst with the Sanskrit Language by Swati Yadav
I stumbled upon Sanskrit looking for an answer to the age old human question – ‘How can we discriminate between what is right and wrong?’. Working in the fast-paced, power-grabbing, pressurised environment of the UK civil service, I quickly realised that, as a leader, the highest skill one needs is that of ‘judgement’ – one’s ability to discriminate very quickly, in extremely trying situations, between right and wrong. Life experience has taught me that this difference gets extremely subtle and harder to make as you climb higher and grow older.