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YOUR KNOWLEDGE GATEWAY TO THE WORLD OF CULTURE


COURSES

SARALA SANSKRIT
(Basic Level Course)

Sarala Sanskrit is a Basic Level course for beginners, with focus on teaching Sanskrit, the spoken way. Apply Coupon  Code: EARLY10 and enrol immediately for Batch starting 23rd January.

 

SARALA KANNADA
(Basic Level Course)

Sarala Kannada is a Basic level course for absolute beginners, who want to learn Kannada, the spoken way. Please await dates for the next Batch starting 1st week of February

 

PRAGATA  SANSKRIT
(Intermediate Level Course)

Pragata Sanskrit is the intermediate level course in Spoken Sanskrit, requiring basic knowledge of Sanskrit. Please await dates for the next Batch starting 2nd week of February.

PRAGATA  KANNADA
(INTERMEDIATE LEVEL COURSE)

"Pragata" meaning progressive, is the next level course in Spoken Kannada, requiring basic knowledge of Kannada to  enrol. Apply Coupon code: SPL15 and enrol immediately for Batch starting 24th January.  


HIGHLIGHTS

VIDEOS

Watch Sanskrit scholar Sateesh jee, explaining the importance of learning Sanskrit

COMING SOON

Await dates for Batch starting in October

GIFT A COURSE

Gift a course from Jnana.com and connect your near and dear ones to their Cultural roots. 

ASK FOR DEMO

Click on Request a Demo to select the day/time convenient to you for the Demo. Team Jnana will revert to you soon


TESTIMONIALS

Testimonials received from our Students, is a true reflection on the quality of our Courses, our Trainers and the Technology used by Jnana.com. We are thereby, pushed to achieve higher standards of service and quality

Young Sanskrit scholars talk to Team Jnana

Team Jnana.com interacted with bright young Sanskrit scholars, from various Bengaluru based schools.
Sanskrit, the foundation of our Culture & Heritage, has a bight future thanks to youngsters like them.
Watch them talk about the "Mother of all Languages" in this vox pop video