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Arshavidyalaya, Coimbatore

Arshavidyalaya is located at a serene environment near the foothills of Marudhamalai. There are two resident teachers in the ashram, Swami Ganeshaswarupananda and Gita Chaitanya. They had done their four-year Vedanta course under the guidance of Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati. They serve the society by teaching the words of scriptures to interested people belonging to all age group.

Currently, Gitama handles sessions on:

1. Devi Mahatmyam - Online Chanting classes on all weekdays from 9.30 to 10.30 AM (IST). 

Eligibility: Interest to Chant and Consistency in attending classes.

Age group: All age.

2. Gita Home Study by Swami Dayanada Saraswati - Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, online between 6 to 7 PM (IST).

Eligibility Interest to Learn and Consistency in attending classes.

Age group: 25 & above.

3. Panini Sanskrit classes - online - on all weekdays, 11 AM to 12 Noon.

Eligibility: to read and to write Sanskrit.

Age group - 25 & above.

Swami Ganeshaswarupananda's upcoming classes on:

1. Mundaka Upanishad - online classes begin on 19/12/2020 Saturday from 6 AM (IST) . Second class on Sunday 6 AM to 7 AM. Classes will be conducted on all weekends.

Eligibility: Interest to Learn and Consistency in attending classes.

Age group: 18 & above

2. Gita Home Study by Swami Dayanada Saraswati - Classes will focus on youngsters. Time will be fixed once the classes are finalized.

EligibilityInterest to Learn and Consistency in attending classes.

Age group: 18 & above.

3. Swami G and Gitama gives regular monthly talks on various topics. For this month, Swami G delivers talks on 'SMART Life Goals'.

Eligibility: Interest to know new things.

Age group: 18 & above.

Apart from these,

Various teachers associated with Arshavidyalaya are handling Bhagawad Gita Chanting Classes for children.

Age group: 6 to 18.

For any other information, you can contact:

1. Sri. Surya - +91 9043661709

2. Sri. Anand - +91 8667829325

 All auspicious occasions are celebrated in a traditional way, due to the pandemic, celebrations are made online. 

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