Aiming at promoting Hindi and Sanskrit in the United States, the Indian Embassy in Washington has announced to start free weekly classes for the two languages soon.
The classes would be of one-hour duration and they would be imparted by Dr. Mox Raj, a teacher of Indian Culture at the Embassy, according to the Embassy's statement.
Indian Embassy in US to start Hindi classes
Here are details of the classes' schedule
The Hindi and Sanskrit language classes would be held at the Indian Embassy premises.
The exact dates of the commencement of the classes would be announced soon.
Hindi classes would be held every Tuesday from 6 pm to 7 pm.
Sanskrit classes would be held every Thursday, from 6 pm to 7 pm, according to the Embassy's statement.
Instead of Sanskrit and Tamil, what are the other Indian classical languages that Indian Embassies can consider for teaching?
Asked on 14-10-2018 by ஆ.ரா.அமைதி ஆனந்தம் ஆவணிப்பூர் ராமசாமி
Answered by NewsBytes
After Sanskrit and Tamil, the other classical languages that Indian Embassies could consider for teaching are Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.
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