Dr. D.K.Hari and Dr. D.K.Hema Hari of Bharath Gyan will be once again conducting one of their courses in their popular course - Exploring Hinduism series under the aegis of the Hindu University of America (HUA).
This course is open to all, across the globe.
Coming in this series of courses, this course, titled “Exploring Hinduism – Cosmology and Calendar of Hindu Civilization”, will take the explorer on a travel into the whorls of Space, to the very depths of Time in order to see the fundamentals that have gone to make up the Timekeeping tradition of the Hindus.
Why and where does the Hindu Calendar differ from the worldwide, commonly followed Gregorian Calendar?
This course will also examine whether the Hindu calendar is scientific and if so, how does it bear relevance to modern world?
It will also throw more light on how Hindu celebrations and traditions are in sync with Nature and break the myths that have dubbed them superstitious and belief based.
WHO CAN REGISTER FOR THE COURSE?:
This course is part of a Certificate Program of the University and 12 credits will be awarded on successful completion of the program. Click here to know more about the Credits and the 8 quarters / 2 year Certificate Program in Hindu Civilizational Studies of which this course is a part.
It can also be taken as a standalone course, in which case, participants will get a Course Completion document with course grade at the end of this course.
Being a credit course, this course can be taken by students to satisfy their academic goals.
For those in active professions, this course will open their minds to a larger perspective of how this civilizational thought had successfully straddled and blended Science, Spirituality, Philosophy, Religion, Industry, Economics, Management, Art and Culture into Family, Professional and Social Life.
It can also be taken by both teenagers, parents and grand parents, together or separately to explore the spirit of Hinduism with an intent to stimulate meaningful conversation about Hinduism between teenagers and their parents.
This series of courses is designed to take discussion and contemplation from beyond the course window, into the portals of home, family and society.
COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
In this course, students will
COURSE DESIGN AND CLASS STRUCTURE
The Course has been designed as 10 online sessions of 100 minutes each that go to build up the picture successively.
Course will be covered with 1 online session per week.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE COURSE?:
You can register for this course in either standalone mode or as part of the Credit based Certificate Program in Hindu Civilization Studies.
Those who are already into the Certificate program will also have to register to indicate their choice to do this course in this quarter.
You can register for the course in one of the following ways:
To avail HUA Scholarship and hence a reduced fee for the course, you will have to apply to the University, after which, you will be given a coupon code that can be used during payment of fees while registering for the course.