Sree Sankaracharya - Sage, Philosopher and Social Reformer, Source of enlightenment and a guiding spirit We hope to bring back to the world the tradition, art and culture of the yesteryears in all their resplendent glory The primary objectives of the University are to impart knowledge in various branches of Sanskrit as well as Indology, Indian Culture, Indian Languages, Indian Philosophy, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages and Social Science and to promote the study and research of Sanskrit through simultaneous promotion of other languages in India and abroad that have enriched the study of Sanskrit.
Imparting intensive, extensive and higher education in various branches of Sanskrit learning as well as in Indology, Indian Philosophy and Indian languages.
Providing facilities for the advanced study of various Indian languages laying emphasis on their longstanding association and relationship with Sanskrit and their inter-relationship with each other.
Promoting research in Sanskrit, Indology, Indian Philosophy and Indian languages.
Taking measures for the preservation of our cultural heritage enshrined in Sanskrit language and in our ancient art and literature.
Publication of books in Sanskrit as well as books written in other languages dealing with Sanskrit classics, Sanskrit authors, and relating to Sanskrit language and literature in general.
Taking measures to collect, preserve and publish ancient manuscripts.
Providing facilities to promote and encourage Fine Arts such as Music, Drama and Painting according to the Indian traditions.
Making provision for imparting education in other subjects - including foreign languages and literature, arts, humanities and social sciences - along with Sanskrit for the purpose of offering fully rounded and composite courses of study which are useful and attractive to the young generations.
Providing facilities for the study and research in the cultural diversities of Kerala.
Establishing for the use of Sanskrit scholars and students a computerised data base of published works and ongoing research work in and on Sanskrit language and literature, Indology, and Indian Philosophy from all over the world.
Making provisions to get translated Vedas, Puranas and Upanishads into Malayalam language.
Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady has 21 Departments listed that offer various academic courses.
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