Hinduism: A 2-Day Crash Course
The primary objective of this course is to educate about the various facets of Hindu philosophy, tradition, literature and history.
There is no cost for the course. Due to extensive content and speed, the course has a minimum age limit of 16. The course is limited to 20 attendees and will run for 2 days from 09:00 to 18:00 each day. Registration must be completed to attend.
Course Dates 2018
24th – 25th November 2018
If you would like to register please fill in the registration form below.
|Day 1||Day 2|
|Morning Session||Morning Session|
|The Origins of Vedic Civilisation||Concept of God|
|Introduction||Brahman, Ishvara and Bhagavana|
|What is Hinduism? The 5 P’s||The theory of Avatar vada in Hinduism|
|When, Where & How did Hinduism start?||Introduction to Vedanta|
|The western view of Vedic Civilisation||Brahman, Jiva & Prakriti|
|Afternoon Session||Afternoon Session|
|Classification of Vedic Literature||The Vedic way of life|
|Sruti Scriptures||Classification of Society & Order of Life|
|Samhita, Brahmana, Aranyaka, Upanishad||The 16 Sacraments of Life|
|Smriti Scriptures||The 5 Daily Acts of Prayer & Charity|
|Upaveda, Darshana, Itihaasa, Puranas||The 5 Vices|
|Introduction of the 3 Major Vedic Texts||The Various Spiritual Paths|
Sanatan Manavta Centre
172 Surrey street
Leicester LE4 6FH
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will I need to bring anything?
A: Pen and Paper. Attendees have found bringing a travel mug useful.
Q: What is the cost?
A: There is no cost but we welcome any contributions.
A: A Vegetarian lunch (free from Onion and Garlic) and light refreshments will be provided. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements
Q: How long is the course?
A: Each day will commence @ 09:00 sharp and will finish at 18:00. There will be lunch and breaks in between. S
Q: Can I bring a friend?
A: Unfortunately not, due to venue capacity only the 20 delegates that have registered and received confirmation are permitted.
Q: Are you going to be representing Hinduism from a Sampradayic/Sectarian point of view?
A: We will be discussing different sects of Hinduism but the course is impartial and non-sectarian.
“JSK, well done jigyāsā and all others who helped . It was a great course imparting great knowledge that I believe all Hindus should have. The motivation, passion and positive feedback leads only in one direction…..forward. The knowledge you (both) have needs to be shared further and I hope we (all of us) can work together to create a structured platform to impart the knowledge of Sanataan Dharma……you will be surprised at how many people will stand with you.” – Dillan Shikotra
“Would just like to say that the event was fantastic and well done to all that made it possible. jigyāsā u did an amazing job well done, cant wait for the next one. I agree with Dillan that we all need to work together as a team and spread the knowlegde even further. We are all here to help and support.” – Jai Upadhyaya
“It was amazing…missing it already….recommend another one as soon as…♥ it!!!!! ♥ Sanatan Dharma ♥” – Radhika Patel
“Wowzers. Just started reflecting on what I’ve learnt today and I’m amazed already, AND I’ve had Fun doing so! Roll on Day 2! Satya Sanatan Dharma ki Jai!!!” – Jatin Bhatt