Children are taught a variety of Sanskrit Prayers (Shlokas & Mantras) - Starting with Daily Prayers (early morning, bedtime, mealtime), Saraswati Vandana, etc., we cover Ganapati Atharvasheersha, Mantrapushpanjali and many more...
Each prayer is taught with correct pronunciation and meaning of each word.
Subhashitas are short memorable verses in Sanskrit. Ancient and medieval Indian literature created tens of thousands of subhashitas covering a vast range of subjects.
At Gargi's Sanskrit Recitation Classes, children are taught subhashitas that are relevant to students and help them bloom into a righteous human being.
The Language of Gods, The Language of Ancient Knowledge and the mother of many other languages – Sanskrit, is introduced through rhymes, stories and games. Children are taught simple concepts and small sentences in Sanskrit through conversations, themes and role plays.
All Hindu festivals are celebrated in the class in various ways, with a purpose to inculcate our culture and make the children learn the importance of rituals behind these festivals.
Sanskrit is taught through a lot of Fun Activities – Coloring, Quizzes, Puzzles, Games, etc. Kids are also introduced to Moral Ethics & Values through Moral Stories.