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Throughout the ages, India has been a land of rich cultural heritage. Throughout the ages, poets, writers, musicians, artists and scholars have told stories of India, its philosophies and its people through various art forms. Through these courses, you can go on a journey to discover India and its heritage through music and poetry.
 
Through the Heritage Series Course you will be able to:
  • Explore the wisdom of the great works like the Upanishads through music and poetry 
  • Learn about the varied culture of the country by exploring songs in different Indian languages 
  • Learn songs about the different festivals in India - and celebrate your festivals by singing them!
  • Learn songs from different poets and songwriters 
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Patriotism is love, respect, and loyalty towards one’s country. It is a value that must be passed on to our next generation. A very important aspect of patriotism is also how each one of us can contribute to our nation’s development and …  

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Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year to mark the birth anniversary of the Father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Through this course we pay our respects to the Mahatma by learning and singing a song which were very dear to Gandhiji …  

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There is so much to enjoy and learn through festivals. For children, festivals are opportunities to enhance horizons of knowledge. Occurring periodically, festivals teach children the concept of seasons, diversity of traditions and customs and the b…  

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Holi is a festival of colours. This festival brings hues of joy with music and dance. Holi ushers in the season of spring or Basant Rutu. This course includes two traditional songs sung during the festival of Holi. These songs are weaved into differ…  

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Festivals are associated with music. Gurupurnima is a festival dedicated to Guru, the teacher who guides us through the bright path of knowledge. The process of learning from the teacher is celebrated on this day by expression of gratitude to Guru. …  

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Rama Navami is the day to celebrate the birth of Lord Sri Rama. Just the chanting of the name Rama has great significance. Singing songs dedicated to Rama best express the joy experienced while welcoming the Divine into this world. The first song is…  

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Shivaratri is a big festival in India, and marks the remembrance of "overcoming darkness and ignorance" in life and the world. It is observed by remembering Lord Shiva and chanting prayers, meditating, and of course, singing. And what better way to …  

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Janmashtami is a festival celebrated in many parts of India. Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is a festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth Avatar of Lord Vishnu. The course introduces simple and enjoyable songs for little c…  

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Lord Krishna has inspired literature and music. This course includes two beautiful songs dedicated to Krishna. Krishna Janmashthami is the day to celebrate the birth of Krishna. What could be better than singing songs? Enjoy singing and celebrate th…  

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The birth of Lord Ganesha, who is known by the names Ganapati, Ekadanta, Vinayaka, Pillaiyar and Heramba, is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in the country. His blessings are often invoked before beginning anything since he is considered…  

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This course includes songs that express our love for our favourite Lord Ganesha, also known as Ganapati and Vigneshwara. Ganesha Chaturthi is the most awaited festival of the year. This day Lord Ganesha is welcomed not only into homes of devotees, b…  

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Bhajan is a Sanskrit word meaning “singing to glorify God." At Shankar Mahadevan Academy, we teach Bhajans to children as a way of introducing them to and building their interest in music. Little children, most often, find it easy and enjoyabl…  

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Soundarya Lahari meaning waves of beauty, consists of two parts Ananda Lahari meaning waves of happiness (first 41 slokas) and Soundarya Lahari, depicting the beauty of the godess from head to toe( next 59 slokas).  It is believed that Lord Gan…  

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Soundarya Lahari meaning waves of beauty, consists of two parts Ananda Lahari meaning waves of happiness (first 41 slokas) and Soundarya Lahari, depicting the beauty of the godess from head to toe( next 59 slokas).  It is believed that Lord Gan…  

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Soundarya Lahari meaning waves of beauty, consists of two parts Ananda Lahari meaning waves ofhappiness (first 41 slokas) and Soundarya Lahari, depicting the beauty of the godess from head totoe( next 59 slokas).It is believed that Lord Ganesha hims…  

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Soundaraya Lahari Sholkas from 61 to 80 ( 20 Sholkas)  

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The course holds 20 sholkas of Soundarya Lahari each tuned to different Raagas  

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This course is a beginner course designed for students who are interested in getting a glimpse of the vast treasure inherent in our Vedas through the lived experience of Saints across India. This glimpse will be enabled through a study of the Manduk…  

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This is the continuation of the HSMAU101 where the student will delve deeper into the philospohy of the Mandukya Upanishad. The students will learn Shlokas 2 to 5 and Sant Vanis that relate to these Shlokas.  

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This is the continuation of HSMAU 102. Students will delve deeper into the philospohy of the Mandukya Upanishad. The students will learn Shlokas 6 to 8 and Sant Vanis that relate to these Shlokas.  

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This is the continuation of HSMAU 103. Students will delve deeper into the philospohy of the Mandukya Upanishad. The students will learn Shlokas 9 to 12 and Sant Vanis that relate to these Shlokas. With this, the student completes the study of all t…  

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This course is designed for students who are interested in getting a glimpse of the vast treasure inherent in our Vedas through the lived experience of Saints across India. This glimpse will be enabled through a study of the Mandukya Upanishad that …  

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This is the continuation of HSMAU201 series. The student will delve deeper into the philospohy of the Mandukya Upanishad. The students will learn Shlokas 2 to 5 and Sant Vanis that relate to these Shlokas.  

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This is the continuation of HSMAU202. The student will delve deeper into the philospohy of the Mandukya Upanishad. The students will learn Shlokas 6 to 8 and Sant Vanis that relate to these Shlokas.  

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This is the continuation of HSMAU203. The student will delve deeper into the philospohy of the Mandukya Upanishad. The students will learn Shlokas 9 to 12 and Sant Vanis that relate to these Shlokas. With this, the student completes the study o…  

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Learning songs in your mother tongue is one of the best sources of learning your mother tongue and connecting with one’s culture. It gives us a glimpse into the customs, traditions, history, language, people and music of a region. Through…  

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Learning songs in your mother tongue is one of the best sources of learning your mother tongue and connecting with one’s culture. It gives us a glimpse into the customs, traditions, history, language, people and music of a region. Through…  

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Learning songs in your mother tongue is one of the best sources of learning your mother tongue and connecting with one’s culture. It gives us a glimpse into the customs, traditions, history, language, people and music of a region. Through…  

Overview:

Learning songs in your mother tongue is one of the best sources of learning your mother tongue and connecting with one’s culture. It gives us a glimpse into the customs, traditions, history, language, people and music of a region. Through…