Gambhirah Chaitanya

Gambhirah Chaitanya is a Sanskrit teacher at YICG (Young Indian Culture Group, Inc.) based in Herricks, New York. He heads the Sanskrit department here. Indians and other communities in Long Island and Queens in NYC attend his Sanskrit classes at YICG to gain an introduction to the language.

Learn Sanskrit - The 'High' Language

Sanskrit, an Indo-European language, is India’s pride and the mother of most of the North Indian languages. The language has always been looked on as a ‘high’ language used chiefly for religious and scientific discourse. The term “Sanskrit” means “consecrated,” “sanctified,” or “refined.” Sanskrit is the language of the various mantras and hymns used in Hindu religious rituals. It is the language in which the Hindu Scriptures are written. You now have an opportunity to learn this beautiful language under an experienced teacher such as Mr. Gambhirah Chaitanya. As a Sanskrit teacher, he would use the language classes to:

  • Introduce you to the Sanskrit alphabet
  • Train you to identify vowels and consonants
  • Teach mantras from the original text in Sanskrit
  • Teach Sandhi rules using the method of Panini grammar

To register for our Sanskrit classes, contact us at 1-516-739-1575 or at

More about Our

Sanskrit Teacher

Gambhirah Chaitanya has successfully finished a Vedanta course of 3 ½ years duration carried out by Pujya Swami Dayanandaji in Anaikatti Ashram in India. This natural humorist has been taking classes for Yoga, Vedanta, and Meditation in Argentina and Brazil. He has made Spanish translations of some of Pujya Swamiji's books. In addition, he has been translating Pujya Swamiji's public talks delivered in English in Argentina, to Spanish.

On previous visits to the US, Gambhirah has handled continuing Saturday Meditation Workshops in English. On a recent US visit, he carried out continuing Saturday Meditation Workshops at the Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, Saylorsburg. The workshops were in English.


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