Vinita Sharma, MA

With a BEd in Sanskrit from Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan in New Delhi, India, and a BA and MA in Sanskrit from Amravati University in Maharashtra, India, Ms. Sharma is an Advisor for Taksha’s Institute of Humanities and Arts (TIHA), and teaches Sanskrit for Yoga in an online seminar series for CIMY. She has been teaching Samskrita Bharati as a foreign language since 2009. She is proficient in Sharada, Brahmi, Granthi, Nevari, Devanagari scripts, and is experienced in the transcription of manuscripts. She is also fluent in Hindi and Marathi.

Teaching Experience

2009 – 2012: Teacher, Samskrita Bharati, Samskrita as a Foreign Language Program

2004 – 2005: Lecturer, Government Vidarbha Institute of Science and Humanities, Amravati (Formerly Vidarbha Mahavidyalaya), Topics: Abhijnanashakuntala, Karak Prakaran

Academic Qualifications

2006 – 2007: BEd (Sanskrit) – Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi, India

2002 – 2004: MA (Sanskrit) – Amravati University, Maharashtra, India

1999 – 2002: BA (Sanskrit) – Amravati University, Maharashtra, India

Special Skills

Proficient in Sharada, Brahmi, Granthi, Nevari, and Devanagari scripts

Experienced in transcription of manuscripts

Fluent in Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit and English

Last updated: 12/18/2013