I am Shubha and I am here to help you or your kid to learn the Sanskrit language and understand Sanskrit works easily and happily.
Knowing Sanskrit will help you understand the meaning of shlokas and many other things. When kids learn Sanskrit they get connected to their culture and this will keep them grounded which in turn helps them reach great heights in life and yet stay humble.
Who am I and why am I here?
I have been learning Samskritam from my mother from a very small age. I have done M.A in Sanskrit from the Karnataka State Open University. Though I have been teaching Samskrit from my high school days, I took up Samskrit teaching formally when I joined Akshar Centre for Education, a waldorf school in Chennai.
I am now teaching Samskritam online to the kids of Pokhrama Foundation Academy, an NGO in the Pokhrama village of Bihar, which strives to provide quality education to the kids of this village.
I am also the Samskrit Acharya in Agasthya Gurukulam.
Here is a small gift from me to you.
Here’s how I can help
What Students Say about my classes
Samvaadashaalaa – A Speak-Sanskrit initiative
Sanskrit Story book for beginners
Written testimonials – from students
“Natural-born teacher and excellent Sanskrit speaker; Her virtue as a Sanskrit teacher is that of a careful and devoted listener in the first instance, but mainly the fact that she learnt the language naturally from her childhood, from a reliable, expert source belonging to the academic sphere of the highest level. Being already professionally experienced in teaching at a renowned educational institution, and having acquired deepest knowledge of the language by further studies, Shubha is highly qualified for helping anyone in either learning Sanskrit as a young beginner or else improving and refining your skills at higher stages. Her methods are fresh and creative, providing an enviable learning atmosphere and focused on helping you speak fluently. I honestly recommend her for tutoring. My experience has been more than satisfactory.“
“Shubha-Ji is an excellent Sanskrit teacher. He knowledge of Sanskrit language is incredible. She speaks, reads and comprehends Sanskrit at a native level and has an excellent grammar. She has tutored me online for the past two years and her instruction has been invaluable to me in my formal in-class study. Perhaps most importantly, her teaching style is very in sync with the needs of her students. She is able to provide instruction as needed as well as allow questions to arise as they occur in our reading sessions. She is extremely patient, allowing me to read at my own pace and does not get agitated when I don’t master a concept quickly. After going through several tutors, I can say this aspect of her instruction is critical. I would highly recommend Shubha-ji for anyone considering Sanskrit instruction.“
“My guru Shubha is a person who is well versed in our very own Sanskrit language. She is a very patient, which is a very important attribute in a teacher because as a beginner I had lots of doubts and I took time to pick up the language. She used to be very encouraging and cleared all my doubts, and also taught me in my pace. I could learn the basics of reading , writing and speaking in Sanskrit. I couldn’t continue my classes further but I wish I can learn this beautiful language in future. Shubha is a great teacher , friendly person and I wish her all success. Hope many students learn under her Sanskrit. Thank you. “
“Shubha is a very lovely, patient tutor. Always helps us with a smile & patient enough to reply to all my queries. As I do travel a lot couldnâ??t attend most of the classes but was able to manage with the recorded video sessions sent by Shubha to me. I really enjoyed it. “
“Shubha G is a great teacher of Sanskrit. Her knowledge, skills and expressions are crystal clear; in all areas like prose, grammar, poetry, recitation, storytelling, chanting, etc. Shubha G also has great patience, and capacity to flow with a variety of students, meeting them at their respective levels. In short, it is a great pleasure to learn Sanskrit from Shubha G.”