Diploma in Samkhya-Yoga Systems of Indian Philosophy | Dip. Samkhya-Yoga

Samkhya and Yoga are two systems of Indian Philosophy. These two systems are inter-related. Samkhyadarshanaprovides the metaphysical framework to understand the philosophy of Yoga and Yoga darshana explains the practices which can help one to explore the real nature of the Self.The course will be divided into two semesters. In the first semester Samkhyakarika, the most important text of Samkhya system will be taught. In the second semester, all four chapters of Yogasutraof MaharshiPatanjali will be taught.

While discussing these two texts, topics will be discussed in comparison with other philosophical systems, such as, Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Vedanta, Buddhism etc. As a result, a learner will become well-acquainted with the basics of Indian philosophy, technical terms, and style of the language used in philosophical texts.

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Key Information

Eligibility

1. HSC or equivalent. 

2. Prior knowledge of Sanskrit or Philosophy is not required.

Pedagogy

The fundamental principles of Samkhya and Yoga schools of Indian Philosophy are discussed in the interactive form. Since the course is online, topics are discussed with the help of images, videos, and slides to create interest in the subject. The philosophy is taught from the basics to the advanced level. 

Curriculum

 
 
Sankhyakarika Yogasutra
Workshop  

Differentiators

  • Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham has expert faculty members who make students well aware of the philosophical concepts with the original Sanskrit texts.
  • The special lectures, seminars and workshops are organized from time to time to enlighten the students.
  • The students are taught to read the original texts of both the schools of philosophy so that they can explore further knowledge of these systems.

Programme Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the programme, a student will:

  • Have a good foundation of the Samkhya and Yoga schools of Philosophy.
  • Be enabled to understand the Bhagavadgita easily, because the philosophy depicted in Gita is primarily based on these two systems.
  • Have a quest to go deeper to acquire the thorough knowledge of Philosophy.