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Course code: SpoZT004
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LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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4664323296
Course abstract:
The aim of the course is to gain listeners individual advancment in Yoga studies. Successful complete of this course will allow listeners independently navigate in all different ways of Yoga. Course participants would free manage diverse range of Yoga culture, traditions and main principle adaption to modern circumstances. The graduates will improve their athletic and intellectual abilities.
Course code: ValoT227
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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4664323296
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The aim of the course is to provide the course attendees with the basic knowledge of the Bengali language. They will develop reading and writing skills. The basics of Bengali phonetics, knowledge of alphabets and basic grammar required for the development of the skills will be emphasized. Listening and speaking skills will be developed throughout the semester. The course will also give a basic historical overview of the Bengali language, a geographical map of West Bengal in India, and an overview of the Indian culture of Bengali speaking areas in India.
Course code: SpoZT006
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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The course brings skills and practical knowledge of the basic principles of Yoga teachings, providing insight into education of balance of health, athletic features and mind. The main purpose of the first level program, when getting to know Ha-Tha Yoga, is to train students to do regular practice of asanas, pranayama and meditation techniques, thus advancing the maintenance system of their health. Students learn the Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar), the sequence of inverted asanas, twisting asanas, balancing asanas, bandhas, techniques of pranayama, methods of meditation, relaxation etc.
Course code: SpoZT007
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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The course provides the training load required to practitioners strengthening and developing their theoretical knowledge of the practical Hatha methods of yoga culture. The purpose of the program is to exercise and practice asanas (physical and energetic states), pranayama (the control of breath and energy flow) and meditation techniques. The most important asanas, bandhas, techniques of pranayama, methods of meditation and relaxation etc., will be developed during the practice according to the requirements of every student’s individual condition. The more advanced combinations will be taught, based on the fundamental combinations acquired in the Level 1 course. They will be adjusted to the abilities of every practitioner.
Course code: Valo1910
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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The aim of the course is to provide students with some basic knowledge of Hindi. Students will develop reading and writing skills in devanagari. The basics of Hindi phonetics, knowledge of alphabets and grammar required for those skills will be emphasized. The course will also focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing throughout the semester. The course will also give some knowledge of India’s geographical and political maps.
Course code: Valo2733
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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The aim of the course is to develop students’ ability to speak basic Hindi fluently and write simple texts; to facilitate further development of their conversational Hindi and listening skills and the acquisition of more complicated structures and compound sentences.
Course code: Valo3425
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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This course is for students who have acquired the Hindi language I and Hindi Language II courses . In this semester, students’ knowledge in the Hindi language will be developed in terms of strengthening their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Past tense and future tense grammar will be taught and more complicated grammatical structures will be introduced; at least 300 new words will be learned. To enhance students’ listening skills, the Indian Epic MAHABHARAT will be studied by watching visual CD for 15 minutes in every alternate class of the week.
Course code: Valo4246
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LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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This course comes after "Hindi III". The students will develop their Hindi language knowledge by: 1. acquiring the Future Tense; 2. consolidating reading, writing, speaking and listening skills; 3. getting acquainted with more complicated grammatical structures; 4. adding at least 400 words to the their active vocabulary.
Course code: SpoZT005
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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466465896
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The aim of the course is to provide listeners with basic knowledge of Indian Classical Dance. Listeners acquire basic steps and mudras (hand positions), set of 10 exercises for Indian Dance (special exercises for specific body parts and groups of muscles that help to better adapt the body for the technique). The course develops skills for better understanding of your body and dance in whole. This course will teach Odissi style – one of the world’s most ancient and sophisticated systems of Indian classical dance that has gone through almost 2 millenniums of constant development process. The Odissi style has originated in the state of Orissa. It’s a very graceful, tender and a very canonical style. Sometimes, it is called the Indian ballet. The style is built around two basic postures: Tribhanga (three-bend body posture) that represents the female principle, and Chowka (the four corners) that represents the male principle.
Course code: SpoZ1000
Structural unit:
LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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4664105496
Course abstract:
University students need their individual psychological and physical road map to succeed in their specialized study programs. Yoga in this course is a way to cognize one's physical and psychological abilities. It teaches students to concentrate, to understand one's psychological an physical potentials and to develop a harmonious personality by practicing some major Yoga exercises. HA-Tha Yoga also teaches correct breathing techniques and correct relaxation. It develops feeling of rhythm, ability to move graciously and present oneself in public.
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