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Learning The Sanskrit Alphabet

Sanskrit textLearning The Sanskrit Alphabet


Dr. Thomas Egenes offers the most user-friendly Sanskrit learning package ever created, opening the door to the vast heritage of Vedic wisdom. With this book, you can begin to learn Sanskrit - the language of nature - in just a few minutes a day. Easy, systematic exercises to gently guide you through the fundamentals. You’ll learn to pronounce and write the Sanskrit alphabet. You’ll also learn to write and read words, phrases, and famous quotations from the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic Literature. Originally published as The Sanskrit Workbook, but completely redesigned and updated.

Also available Sanskrit Flashcards

The value of reading Vedic Literature in Sanskrit
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi


  1. What is the special value of reading Vedic literature in Sanskrit for students in your Consciousness-Based system of education?
  2. Every Sanskrit word is lively on all levels: surface level, deeper level, deepest level, and transcendental level. Every Vedic word is the expression of totality. This totality is available in one word "A".
  3. Vedic is the language where "A" is inevitably pronounced while pronouncing any word. Specialty of Vedic word, is, it's a flow of totality, it's a flow of infinity.
  4. Veda cannot be translated. There can be experience: our own consciousness can completely identify with the transcendental field. The Vedic sound is the expression of holistic value of knowledge.
  5. "A" is there whenever we say any vowel or consonant: Every Vedic sound has some of "A" in it.
  6. Speaking Sanskrit, and the recitation of the Vedic words means we are stirring up, in our own awareness, some feature, some quality, of totality.
  7. Vedic texts cannot be translated, because in translation, you can translate only isolated values. That is why Veda is not known through reading the books. Veda is known by being totality.
  8. There is a great meaning in the words, but because it is that most delicate level of physiology, which requires so much purity, purity of eating, purity of breathing, purity of everything: Purity also comes in construction of the house, and in the auspicious times to go out, or inauspicious time to meet the friends and quarrel with them and all that. All these are fulfilled in that life which is only for that. That is the Vedic way of life.
  9. The translation does not do justice to that eternal voice of totality which is the reality of the Transcendental Consciousness.
  10. Richo akshare parame vyoman: The Veda is the reality of the unmanifest field. And in the unmanifest field, all the memories are there. And when the memories wake up, they are heard; their activity is heard. So it becomes shruti.
  11. It's a very beautiful field of blessing to mankind. We want to culture these Vedic people, and then they will be able to enliven real Vedic chanting.
  12. What happens with the Vedic chanting? Harmony comes to be established in the field of disharmony. If there is a drought, then the Vedic pandits recite and rains will come. Experience of the Atma, which is predominant in the Vedic way of life will sustain harmony in the whole world consciousness.
  13. The transcendental reality is that which is present everywhere: omniscient, and omnipotent, everything is influenced by that, just like the sap in a tree.
  14. We can train the people to that supreme awakening where totality is a living reality. Purity, purity, purity, purity.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is widely regarded as one of the foremost scientists in the field of consciousness.


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By Thomas Egenes, Ph.D.

Dr. Thomas Egenes offers the most user-friendly Sanskrit learning package ever created, opening the door to the vast heritage of Vedic wisdom. With this book, you can begin to learn Sanskrit - the language of nature - in just a few minutes a day. Easy, systematic exercises to gently guide you through the fundamentals. You’ll learn to pronounce and write the Sanskrit alphabet. You’ll also learn to write and read words, phrases, and famous quotations from the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic Literature. Originally published as The Sanskrit Workbook, but completely redesigned and updated.

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Softcover, wiro binding for ease of use, 188 pages.

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  • Softcover, photocopied version, with wiro binding for ease of use.
  • 188 pages.
  • Published in 1990.

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Sanskrit textLearning The Sanskrit Alphabet


Dr. Thomas Egenes offers the most user-friendly Sanskrit learning package ever created, opening the door to the vast heritage of Vedic wisdom. With this book, you can begin to learn Sanskrit - the language of nature - in just a few minutes a day. Easy, systematic exercises to gently guide you through the fundamentals. You’ll learn to pronounce and write the Sanskrit alphabet. You’ll also learn to write and read words, phrases, and famous quotations from the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic Literature. Originally published as The Sanskrit Workbook, but completely redesigned and updated.

Also available Sanskrit Flashcards

The value of reading Vedic Literature in Sanskrit
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi


  1. What is the special value of reading Vedic literature in Sanskrit for students in your Consciousness-Based system of education?
  2. Every Sanskrit word is lively on all levels: surface level, deeper level, deepest level, and transcendental level. Every Vedic word is the expression of totality. This totality is available in one word "A".
  3. Vedic is the language where "A" is inevitably pronounced while pronouncing any word. Specialty of Vedic word, is, it's a flow of totality, it's a flow of infinity.
  4. Veda cannot be translated. There can be experience: our own consciousness can completely identify with the transcendental field. The Vedic sound is the expression of holistic value of knowledge.
  5. "A" is there whenever we say any vowel or consonant: Every Vedic sound has some of "A" in it.
  6. Speaking Sanskrit, and the recitation of the Vedic words means we are stirring up, in our own awareness, some feature, some quality, of totality.
  7. Vedic texts cannot be translated, because in translation, you can translate only isolated values. That is why Veda is not known through reading the books. Veda is known by being totality.
  8. There is a great meaning in the words, but because it is that most delicate level of physiology, which requires so much purity, purity of eating, purity of breathing, purity of everything: Purity also comes in construction of the house, and in the auspicious times to go out, or inauspicious time to meet the friends and quarrel with them and all that. All these are fulfilled in that life which is only for that. That is the Vedic way of life.
  9. The translation does not do justice to that eternal voice of totality which is the reality of the Transcendental Consciousness.
  10. Richo akshare parame vyoman: The Veda is the reality of the unmanifest field. And in the unmanifest field, all the memories are there. And when the memories wake up, they are heard; their activity is heard. So it becomes shruti.
  11. It's a very beautiful field of blessing to mankind. We want to culture these Vedic people, and then they will be able to enliven real Vedic chanting.
  12. What happens with the Vedic chanting? Harmony comes to be established in the field of disharmony. If there is a drought, then the Vedic pandits recite and rains will come. Experience of the Atma, which is predominant in the Vedic way of life will sustain harmony in the whole world consciousness.
  13. The transcendental reality is that which is present everywhere: omniscient, and omnipotent, everything is influenced by that, just like the sap in a tree.
  14. We can train the people to that supreme awakening where totality is a living reality. Purity, purity, purity, purity.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is widely regarded as one of the foremost scientists in the field of consciousness.

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