Thrissur (Kerala) – In the ‘Malik Dinar Islamic Complex’ in Thrissur, Sanskrut shlokas are taught for 7 years. Now, several other Hindu scriptures too have been included, including Bhagawadgeeta.
It has been known that in order to create awareness about other religions, education is provided in this ancient language. This new syllabus will be implemented in June of the upcoming academic year.
Basic Sanskrit grammar in class 11 and 12 and then Bhagavad Gita as well as other Hindu texts in the ‘Deva Bhasha’ in subsequent years of study is the structured syllabus prepared for its students by an Islamic institute in Kerala’s Thrissur district.https://t.co/13TW6IZN5b
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1. For the students of the 11th and 12th class, Sanskrit grammar, Bhagawadgeeta and other some Hindu scriptures are included. This syllabus is created by the Professor of Sanskrut literature at the Shri Shankaracharya University Dr CM Neelakandan and the Associate Professor at Kerala University Dr Shamir PC together.
2. The Coordinator of the institute Hafiz Abubakar said that previously the syllabus of the Sanskrut language was not so vast. A new syllabus of 8 years has been prepared. It will continue from the 11th class till post-graduation. Now, the students obtain Bachelors’s and Master’s degrees in Sanskrut.