The new semester will start on October 19th. The class schedule from Monday through Friday is as follows:
8:00 – 9:00 am
Sanskrit for Beginners (by Jagadananda Das)
11.00 – 12.15 am
Completion of ParamātmaSandarbha followed by Kṛṣṇa Sandarbha (by Babaji)
12:30 – 01:10 pm
The Arthasaṁgraha of Laungaksi Bhaskara, edited by A.B. Gajendragadkar and R.D. Karmakar(by Babaji)
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Sanskrit Reading: Continuation of Bṛhad Bhāgavatamṛta with ṭīkā (by Jagadananda Das)
Saturdays and Sundays:
Radhika Devi, our teacher for Sanskrit and vernacular poetry, will not be able to give a complete course in the next course. We welcome her as a guest speaker.
11 am – 12 am Readings from Caitanya Caritāmṛta
Every morning there will be kīrtana at 9.30. Besides the regular schedule, we will also have additional classes and weekend seminars, which will be announced in our Bhakti Tirtha email group.
There will be a winter break during which Babaji will either conduct a course on Hinduism to Rutger’s students or a japa retreat.
If want to follow the classes from home at your convenience, you can receive the daily recordings as audio files. Please visit our Online Store for that. You will then be added to student email groups, where you receive all the necessary information. Additionally, you will live-stream all classes in a private Facebook group for all registered students, where these videos will be available to watch on-demand.
New students are welcome to join, but we advise that they make themselves familiar with the subjects already taught. If you like to register, please first pay your registration fee here and then fill in the registration form.
If you have any questions about the registration or the course, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Food per month: $ 250. Accommodation: Ashram: $ 150 per month. $ 800 for 6 months in advance. Student Hostel: $ 210 per month. $ 1100 for 6 months in advance. Guest House: $ 300 per month. $ 1600 for 6 months in advance.
Remote, On-Line Study: $ 550 for complete recordings of the whole course. Recordings for registered students who attend the course: $ 150. Each course can also be purchased individually. Details can be given upon request.
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You have to understand what is service. It means you do activities for the pleasure of the person you are serving. Service is that your intention is that you want to please the person you serve. It is not that I want to gain something from it. Service itself is its own reward. If you are trying to get something then it is not really service. If it has any other motive then you can say it looks like service, but it is not really.