Here is a wonderful opportunity to learn to speak Sanskrit with Pandit Dr Sadananda Das at a heavenly location on shores of the Pacific Ocean, New South Wales.

This program is suitable for students who already have a sound knowledge of Sanskrit grammar (one year tertiary or equivalent). Classes will be held from 9am to 4pm each day (7th to 21st February, 2020), with a good, long break for lunch. You will learn basic conversation, improve your listening skills and learn to sing some lovely verses.

Sadhu Bhadreshdas Visit to ANU

The forthcoming visit of Sadhu Bhadreshdas on 15 August 2019 marks the first time a traditional Indian Sanskrit scholar of such eminence has visited our campus.

This is a rare opportunity to hear a speaker of such depth, experience and calibre. Sadhu Bhadreshdas' public lecture at ANU will address the eternal question of Brahman, the ultimate nature of reality, surely a subject that involves us all.

A traditional vegetarian dinner will be provided for those who register, from 6:30pm-7:30pm.

The lecture will be presented in English from 7:30pm-9:30pm.

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