Anuradha Choudry: Lessons in Sanskrit









Anuradha Choudry
Indian Institute of Technology / KHARAGPUR, West Bengal
Assistant Professor 
Humanities and Social Sciences

Research Interests:
1) Indian Psychology, Vedic Psychology

2) Sanskrit

3) Yoga with special interest in Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga

4) Indian Culture and Philosophy

5) Indic Concepts of Happiness

6) An Indic approach to Development

My present area of work is to explore the contributions of Indian thought in the fields of psychology, development, happiness studies, linguistics and in other related socio-cultural dimensions. The objective is to try and identify salient features of the Indic worldview that offer an alternative perspective and discourse to the prevalent Euro-American narrative in many of these domains. Furthermore, I use my knowledge and training in Sanskrit to access and understand primary sources related to Indian heritage with the goal of bringing to light the contribution and relevance of ancient Indian knowledge traditions and systems in the contemporary world.

VSF:  There are 20 videos in this series. I hope to watch them all. The second half of Lecture 02 is full of enlightening wisdom, the power of sound, acoustics, frequency waveforms.  Anuradha Choudry is an inspired wonderful teacher!



An example of my notebooks on the Rig Veda…

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