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Department of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai conducts entrance exam for M.A. Sanskrit on 24th August at 11.00 a.m. Eligibility for entrance exam is graduation in any faculty.
MA (Sanskrit) is divided into four semesters. First two semesters have compulsory subjects like Sanskrit poetry, Darshana literature, Indological studies, Vedic literature, Poetics, Sanskrit grammar etc.
Semester III offers ten electives– Veda, Vedanta, Alamkara, Vyakarana, Dharmashastra-Arthashastra, Arsha Mahakavyas-Puranas, Indology, Modern Sanskrit Literature, Darshana Literature and Classical Sanskrit Literature. Semester IV offers inter disciplinary papers in Ancient Indian Arts, Ancient Indian Knowledge Systems, Indian Aesthetics, Narratology-theory and application, Yoga and Meditation. Department has designed skill based papers like Alamkaras and Vruttas, Creative writing, Translation studies and Zala Vedanta to improve abilities of students pertaining to language, research and analysis.
Please contact office of the Department of Sanskrit for further enquiries-
Ramkrishna Bajaj Sanskrit Bhavan, Behind Anna Bhau Sathe Guest House, Vidyanagari, Santacruz, Mumbai-400 098.
Contact- 022-26530201

Our Department student Subramanian Chidambaran gave a thematic music concert on Temples of Tamilnadu at the Mumbai Tamil Sangam on 2nd July. The artist took the audience on a spiritual journey through four temples of Kanchipuram, Chidambaram, Sri Rangam and Tiruchendur explaining the historic, architectural, literary and spiritual significance of these temples through visual presentations and musical compositions.