Tips for Proper Sanskrit Pronunciation (for English speakers) - Part 1
Tips for Proper Sanskrit Pronunciation (for English speakers) - Part 2
Learning Sanskrit: The Easy and Practical Way - Workbook 1 (Single letters)
Workbook 1, Pages 3,4,5 - Learning Sanskrit: The Easy and Practical Way
Learning Sanskrit: The Easy and Practical Way - Workbook 2 (Complex Conjugate letters)
trisindhu tīre triloka janani - त्रिसिन्धुतीरे त्रिलोकजननी Sanskrit song
ādi-pūjyam gaṇādhyakṣham - आदि-पूज्यं गणाध्यक्षं
You are what you eat - दीपो भक्षयते ध्वान्तं
The coconut and berry people - नारीकेलसमाकारा
Different types of wealth - विदेशेषु धनं विद्या
(c) shashikant joshi । शशिकांत जोशी । ॐ सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिनः ।
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Excellent Sanskrit resource - I am an english speaker who really wants to learn sanskrit - I was searching in youtube and came across a video that linked me to this site - I would like to join a class that will enable me to pronounce well - preferably more videos - my name is Raj and I am from CanadaReplyDelete
There are some resources available for learning Sanskrit which might be useful or you.
1)http://samskritabharati.in :- Samskrita bharati is an organization spreading the sanskrit across the globe.They have a corresponding course also (http://samskritabharati.in/archives/269)
In USA they have (http://www.samskritabharatiusa.org/)
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SamskritaBharatiUSA
2)http://spokensanskrit.de/ - (English to Sanskrit dictionary)
3)Chandamama is a children's magazine available in many Indian languages and English along with Sanskrit. http://www.chandamama.com/lang/SAN/index.htm
Archived versions of Sanskrit available at http://www.chandamama.com/archive/storyArchive.htm
Its great to know that you got the idea of learning Sankrit.
Santosh - Andhra Pradesh,India