Ancient Indian Classical Literature OctoberOct 07 2021 07:30pm Asia/Kolkata

India

International Certification in Indian Knowledge Systems

Course Duration
7 October to 18 December 2021
(Thursday to Saturday)
Batch Time: 7:30pm to 8:45pm IST 
30 Sessions x 75 Minutes

 

LEARN LIVE FROM HOME

2200+ Minutes of Content + Q & A + eBook Study Material
Live Classes + Recordings Available

Exam Pattern: MCQ (Online)

 

Course Fee : US$ 150 

Last date for Registration : 21.10.2021

 

Course Introduction:

Somebody recently said that Kalidas is the Shakespeare of India...! Oh this is an injustice to the great poet Kalidas. Kalidasa's talent and poetic creation cannot be compared with Shakespeare. Shakespeare's literature is painful and portrays only negative aspect of life. Attempts to expose only the dark side of life appear in Shakespeare's literature. Kalidas is a great playwright who gives the feeling of truth, justice, ideals and divine bliss. We know Shakespeare but we do not know Kalidas, Bhasa, Bhavabhuti, Harsha, Ashvaghosha, Dandi, Shudraka; this is a very unfortunate thing. Unprecedented work has been done in ancient India for the creation of classical literature. The epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata have been produced here. Apart from Vedic Shruti literature such as Veda Upanishads, we have a glorious heritage of various literatures in abundance. There are poetic compositions in it, prose, stories, Champukavya etc. Not only this, there is a vast literature available on many subjects like grammar, yoga, science, technology, spirituality, architecture, mantra, Ayurveda, warfare, politics, economics etc. Hitopadesh, Katha Kalpataru is the literature that gives direct knowledge of life through stories. There is literature available to touch every aspect of life, from children to aged persons. It is very important for every Indian to have knowledge of ancient Indian classical literature and to be proud of it.

 

What you will Learn from this course ?

        • Definition of Ancient Indian Classical Literature
        • How Classical Literature is different from Vedic Literature

        • Concept of Maha Kavya, Katha Kavya, Gadya Kavya & Champu Kavya

        • Story of The Great Kalidasa & Dramas written by Him

        • Story of  Bhasa & Bhavabhuti & their Dramas

        • Dramas by Harsha, Ashwaghosha, Vishakhadatta, Dandi, Bharani, etc

        • Concept of Pancha Maha Kavya & Maha Kavi

        • Idea of literature related to Science & Technology

        • Knowledge of Panini, Patanjali, Shankaracharya & their Literature

        • Knowledge of Katha Sahitya

 

Topics Covered

      • Origin and History of Classical Literature

      • Maha-Kavya and Epics

      • Pancha Mahakavya

      • Dramas & Natya Sahitya

      • Kalidasa – Abhijat Shakuntal, Malvikagnimitram, Meghdoot

      • Bhasa – Swapna vasavdatta, Pancharatra, Duta-Ghatotkacha, Urubhanga

      • Bhavbhuti – Malati Madhav, Uttar Ramcharita, Mahaviracharita

      • Harsha, Ashwaghosha, Vishakhadatta, Vatsayana

      • Bharani, Dandi, Shudraka, Bhartruhari

      • Scholarly treaties and Epic Poems like Panini, Patanjali, Ishwar Krishna, Shrimad Shankaracharya, etc.

      • Gadyakavya and Champukavya

      • Stories i.e. Kathasahitya

      • Literature related to Science & Technology

      • Samrangan Sutradhar, Mayamatam, Mansar, YuktiKalpataru, etc.

This Course includes...
  • 35 Hrs of Live Training on zoom

  • Class Recordings

  • Q & A Sessions

  • Study Material in eBook format

  • Guidance for Career / Research Opportunities

  • Digital Certification By GTU and BSIS

 

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