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Classical Sanskrit is the key to the treasure-trove of South Asian cultures, spirituality, and wisdom. It is the primary language of classical Indian art, music, dance, literature and religion. It is also of interest to students of historical and comparative linguistics and provides a basis for the study of modern Indian languages. Many of our students are yoga teachers or practitioners, adherents of Indian spiritual traditions, and students of South Asian heritage who wish to learn more about their cultural roots.

ANU prides itself on teaching Sanskrit as a living tradition, in which performance and production of language are valued alongside the traditional requirements of grammar and reception. The course is flexibly delivered to students all over the world. Watch Dr McComas Taylor talk about Learning anytime, anywhere.

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