Ms. Anjali Sajnani has been with YICG (Young Indian Culture Group, Inc.), New York, for many years. She teaches Hindi for students in Grades 1 and up. The classes are for children from the Long Island and Queens communities. As a proficient speaker in Hindi, she also gives lectures on the intrinsic value of this language spoken widely across the Indian subcontinent.
Taught by Anjali Sajnani
The curriculum adopted at YICG helps new students learn the basics of Hindi which is generally taught in pre-school.
- Hindi language classes are scheduled categorically for beginners, intermediate and advanced students
- Students learn to read, write and speak Hindi
- Songs and poems are included in the Hindi classes to help students understand and enjoy the literary and cultural value of the language
Once the students acquire a strong foundation in Hindi, they can take the standard exams conducted by the Rashtra Bhasha Prachar Samiti, Wardha, India.
A Teacher Well Versed in Indian Heritage
Apart from being a Hindi teacher, Ms. Sajnani is also an accountant by profession. She has a keen interest in traditional Indian folk arts. During her high school days in Chennai, she learnt the art of Mehendi.
She teaches and lectures on Mehendi and Ayurvedic cooking at YICG and other venues with a view to preserving this unique heritage. Mehendi is the art of applying henna as a skin decoration on women's hands and feet, usually during weddings and festivals. Mehendi is especially significant for the bride. Ayurvedic cooking is an interesting subject that looks into aspects such as the suitable time for cooking and consumption, food compatibility, and how food affects consciousness.
Ms. Sajnani has been a source of inspiration to Indian students who wish to learn more about their ancestral land.
For more details regarding Anjali Sajnani’s class schedule at YICG, NYC, call 1-516-739-1575 or send an email to email@example.com.