The course will provide a general out look on common metres and figures of speech incorporated in Sanskrit Poetry.Study of metres and figures of speech is beneficial to the student for the correct articulation and recitation of Sanskrit verses.

This is a complimentary course offered to UG Students of Vedanta.This course is designed as textual study of TARKASANGRAHA, an authentic Prakarana work dealing with the fundamentals of Nyaya Vaisesika Philosophy. The text provides a comprehensive knowledge of the Categories accepted in Nyaya-Vaisesika as well as the Pramanas accepted in Nyaya .Study of this treatise will be beneficial to the beginners of Indian Philosophy as this will enable them to acquire  critical thinking and logical reasoning

 core course offered to the fifth semester BA students of the Department.

Advaita Cinta Paddhati of Sri Chattampi Swamikal is a philosophical text which elucidates the important concepts of Advaita Vedanta in a comprehensive manner. It helps to understand his style of narrating the technical terms in Advaita Vedanta and also gives a brief account of his complete works.

BHAGAVADGITABHASYA IS A CORE COURSE IN V TH SEMESTER VEDANTA U.G. PROGRAMME

VEDANTASARA IS A CORE COURSRE IN III SEMESTER BA VEDANTA PROGRAMME

This course is to introduce fundamental principles of Nyaya and Vaiseshika systems to the learner. This course is designed as a study of the text 'Tarkasamgraha' by Sri Annambhatta. This is a popular text that has been studied by all the students of philosophy. This text introduces the categories accepted in Nyaya- Vaisesshika systems and to the epistemology. The study will help the aspirant to acquire the skill in critical thinking and analysis. This is a widely studied  Prakarana for beginners of Indian philosophy.    

This course is intended to introduce the students about Upanishadic literature and their peculiarities. Selections from three Upanishads are included in this course. The first chapter of 'Kathopanishat, The 'Iisavasyopanishat', and 'Bhrguvalli' from Taitiriyopanishat is included in this course for textual study.