'Shloka' is a Sanskrit word which means a prayerful verse written according to certain grammatical rules. 'Stotrams' are shlokas of multiple verses, with varying degrees of complexity in words and meter, and set to various tunes. Stotrams are sung in praise of various Gods and Goddesses that are manifestations of the Supreme Reality. The Chinmaya Somnath Shloka class focuses on teaching different Stotrams to children. They serve to inspire children with devotion to the Supreme.
At the Chinmaya Somnath chapter, the Shloka class is exceptionally popular. Shloka class children are often invited to recite Stotrams at different temples, various CMWRC events and other functions.
At Chinmaya Somnath, two Shloka classes of 40 minutes duration each are offered on an optional basis for children enrolled in the Bala Vihar program. The two shloka classes have similar curriculum. The first Shloka class is scheduled in between Bala Vihar Sessions 1 and 2; the second Shloka class is scheduled after Bala Vihar Session 2.
Shloka 1: 11:10 AM - 11:50 AM
Shloka 2: 1:45 PM - 2:25 PM
Memories: Shloka Class Events Video's
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Shloka Text & Audio Files
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|Chinmaya Somnath, Shloka Class 2014-15|
|Guru Shisya Parampara (Text)||Coming Soon...|
|Gita Chapter 15 (Text)||Gita Chapter 15 (MP3 audio)|
|Chinmaya Somnath, Shloka Class 2013-14|
|Dashavatara Stotram (Text)||Dashavatara Stotram (MP3 Audio)|
|Navagraha Stotram (Text)||Navagraha Stotram (MP3 Audio)|
|Ganga Stotram (Text)||Ganga Stotram (MP3 Audio)|
|Shiva Manasa Puja (Text)||Shiva Manasa Puja (MP3 Audio)|
|Dvadasa Jyotir-Lingani Stotram (Text)||Dvadasa Jyotir-Lingani Stotram (MP3 Audio)|
|Guru Stotram (Short Version) (Text)||Guru Stotram (Short Version) (MP3 Audio)|
|Gita Chapter 2 Vs 37-53 (Text)||Gita Chapter 2 Vs 37-53 (MP3 audio)|
|Gita Chapter 2 Vs 37-53 - Swamiji and Children (MP3 Audio)|
|CLICK HERE FOR PREVIOUS YEAR SHLOKA TEXT AND AUDIO RESOURCES|
Registration required through online system is required to attend Shloka class. If you have questions or need information on the Shloka Class, please email Sri Gopalakrishna at firstname.lastname@example.org