Indian Vedic School Courses
Indian Vedic School is established with the vision to introduce to the world, the most effective and pragmatic ideologies of the ancient Indian Sciences. A thoroughly researched course material is prepared which gives one a deep insight into the wisdom and knowledge of the eminent Indian saints. Indian Vedic School presents a plethora of content, which will help in a major transition in today’s lifestyle and pave way for a better and healthier future.
Today to live a quality life, it is essential to find alternate methods to maintain the balance of body and mind. The courses offered by IVS are the best platform to learn the traditional ideologies, which is the key for a stress free and enriching life.
Vedic Sciences - (Grade 1 to 10)
Vedic sciences ( Vedas, Upanishads, Mantra, Tantra, Yantra & Slokas) - Vedic education allows a lot of scope for interdisciplinary learning, based on moral values, integrates with modern education and technology.
There are three levels at which learning takes place:
Yoga - (Grade 1 to 10)
- Yoga improves memory, strength, determination, self-regulation, sleep and breath control.
- Reduces stress and anxiety, creates peace and calmness, improves brain function and increases ability to focus.
- Increases memory power and sharpens the brain, cures all Psychological conditions like Mental Disorders, Depression & Hysteria.
- Empower us to make decisions, speeds up the healing time of any mental, physical, emotional or spiritual issues, improves memory, concentration and self- awareness.
Moral Studies - (KG to 4)
While we have stepped into the third millennium, there are many accolades we can add to the list of human progress. However, this 21st century also fosters many banes. Loss of moral values is one such bane of this century. We at IVS have introduced “Moral Studies” as a part of the curriculum to instill values in the next generation through various stories. Each story clearly defines and highlights the basic values we need to nurture in every student to be an ideal human being.
Moral Studies course offers:
These Moral Studies texts are not only available in various Indian languages like
Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and
Malayalam but also in International languages like
Spanish, French, German, Japanese and
Chinese languages apart from
Classics from the repository of Indian moral stories Curriculum focusing on personality development Stories that help deal with and eliminate negative emotions and focus on positive character building
* Stories primarily focussed on inculcation of moral values like honesty, integrity, righteousness to name a few
Vedic Math - (Grade 1 to 8)
- 1500% faster than normal math, increases speed and accuracy, sharpens the mind, increases creativity, mental agility and intelligence, reduces dependency on calculators and helps to solve problems in seconds.
Sanskrit Language - (Grade 1 to 5)
The greatest gift to the world by India, Sanskrit is considered as the language containing the earliest literature in the world. Learning this beautiful language will not only give a deep understanding of the Vedic texts but also give a further view of the world with its literature.
Ramayana – History beyond Mythology
Nearly every Indian must have read or heard about Ramayana. The story almost always starts with Dasaratha’s desire to have kids, Rama’s birth, expedition with Viswamitra and so on. In this book, we tried to present you a farther view of ancient Indian history. Those who aren’t well-informed might assume Rama was the first Ikshwaku king. It could be surprising to many if we say there were tens of other Ikshwaku kings who ruled the Indian subcontinent which was widespread and covered half the globe back in the day. Ikshwaku dynasty and Suryavansa lineage had great kings who contributed to the rich history and culture we all embrace today. We managed to collect the most accurate chronological order of Ikshwaku dynasty and other lineages that emerged from it with time.
This course also covers Ayodhya Kanda, Aranya Kanda, Kishkinda Kanda, Sundara Kanda, Yuddha Kanda, Uttara Kanda, and a few other incidents that took place which led to the beginning of Dwapara Yuga after Rama ended his incarnation.
The MAHABHARATHA is undoubtedly one of the greatest works of the world which is unique in many ways- unique for the deepest philosophic truths, for the wide range of human life covered by the ethics and for the high spiritual stimulus provided in this epic. It is an ‘itihas’ which means that ‘it happened’. It is not merely an historic work but it reflects the dynamic culture of India.
It is an ancient Indian epic where the main story revolves around two branches of a family – the Pandavas and the Kauravas who battle for the throne of Hastinapura in the Kurukshetra war. It is a story of love, courage, truth, lies, selfishness, deceit, foolishness and many other human emotions. It is a literature which contains a code of conduct for life, a philosophy of social and ethical relations, a speculative thought on human problems that is hard to rival; above all its core is Bhagavad Gita- a source of spiritual strength.
All 18 Puranas introduced in the curriculum will give a complete understanding of knowledge which was passed on by the famous sages of India in the form of traditional lore’s and legends. These 18 Maha Puranas are abridged and presented to the students which would give them an answer to many burning questions about Indian culture. Puranas are ancient Indian literature that documented most of the Indian history right from the Vedic times. Puranas are a very popular genre of historical literature in both Hinduism and Jainism. Since the historians of that time chose to document the history using poetry and symbolism; the stories are is often misunderstood as folklore. In reality, Puranas are encyclopedic, and they have recorded history in the most accurate timelines known to mankind.
Puranas unlike contrary belief is deep rooted in science and physics.
AGaruda Purana begins with a brief introduction to Puranas and details of how they came into existence. Garuda Purana is considered as the most intense of all puranas as it talks about death and hell. But those who actually read it would know the real narrative and intention behind this Purana. Garuda Purana promotes a rightful way of life, discipline, and social rules that will help us live better and peaceful. It is told that Garuda Purana was first narrated by Lord Vishnu to Lord Shiva along with his disciple and vehicle, Garutmant. This Course gives a glimpse into 3 kandas of Garuda Purana, the contents of them, and some interesting stories from them.
Brahma Vaivarta Purana
Brahma Vaivarta Purana begins with a brief introduction to Puranas and details of how they came into existence. Brahma Vaivarta Purana takes us for a deep dive into the universal facts, attempts to answer many existential questions, roots of current geography while narrating the stories from Dwapara Yuga including the life story of Sri Krishna. There are 18 Puranas and Brahma Vaivarta Purana is the 12th one. It is believed that Brahma Vaivarta Purana was first preached by Savarni to Sage Narada. The course covers a brief description of all 4 Kandas of Brahma Vaivarta Purana
Along with the above Indian Vedic School also plans to introduce optional subjects from various grades, which can be opted by the students as per their interest. These are as follows:
Mysteries of Indian Temples
which will take one through the length and breadth of India exploring the rich heritage
Secrets of Gods,
a book dedicated to the myths and legends of the Indian culture
that will make us proud of our heritage
Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, Mahabharata,
the greatest of our Indian epics will be instrumental in teaching the next generations how to solve problems and be at peace with themselves and others.
Herbology (Grade 6 to 8)
Herbology course material presented by IVS focuses on giving the fundamental understanding of herbs more straightforwardly. Mastery over this course will lay an excellent foundation for those who wish to pursue a career in alternative medicine
Indian History at IVS primarily focuses on the great civilization and kingdoms of our country and presents the true and factual data about the Indian culture without any influence by the western world. This will surely leave a deep impression on the next generation shape their perception and identity. At IVS the Indian History curriculum is set to break all barriers and arouse curiosity among students.
Apart from the aforementioned, Skill education will also be an integral part of the curriculum. The objective of the Indian Vedic School is to make sure the current generation is self-sufficient not only monetarily but also emotionally.
At Indian Vedic School, alongside the Vedic Studies the mainstream subjects will also be taught through an integrated curriculum,
‘Imago’. This is a trans-disciplinary curriculum focusing on the 7 “C”’s of development approach.
The series contains interesting pieces merging literature with grammar.
Students will study inspirational stories / events of persons and people from various walks of life – politics, spirituality, all forms of visual and performing arts, adventure, etc.
Grammar will not look like a dreary stand-alone subject. It is woven into literature to make the grammatical concepts easily comprehensible since they would have a context here.
The series includes the concepts of the three subjects – Geography, History and Civics.
Despite being a healthy mix of three distinct subjects, the series ensures an inter-connectedness of topics and outcomes. The content will arouse curiosity of the world that was and the world that might be!
The most important and overarching outcome of EVS and Science is the development of the scientific temper. Some of the most important being the ability to establish a connection between cause and effect; and to develop the ability to hypotheses and experiment - drawing valid conclusions.
All scientific concepts can be taught at any level, only if the emphasis is on nurturing the scientific temper and making learning science enjoyable.
The series is an effort in that direction. The topics are well graded – progressing from the known to the unknown; from the concrete to the abstract.
All mathematics concepts are bifurcated and graded as per the age requirements. The series is made to build the mental discipline among students. By applying the concepts to everyday life, it also enables to make the abstract mathematical concepts more logical, thus enhancing the reasoning ability of students.
The series enhances the computing skills of all students keeping them abreast with the changing technologies. Well-equipped lab will ensure practical knowledge helps to reinforce the theory learnt at the same time provide enjoyable learning experience. The commands and concepts are so organized as to arouse interest in the students and enhance their level of curiosity.