Seruvamani Krishnamurthy Natarajan

Mr. Seruvamani Krishnamurthy Natarajan teaches Vedic heritage, Shlokas, Bhajans and Tamil to the students at YICG (Young Indian Culture Group, Inc.), a not-for-profit Academy for Asian Indians in the Long Island and Queens areas of New York. He heads the department of Tamil and the department of Shlokas at YICG, New York City (NYC). Mr. Natarajan acquired knowledge of the Vedas from his learned grandfather and studied Vedanta under the guidance of his father Mr. S.R. Krishnamurthy Sastri, an authority on Advaita philosophy who initiated the senior and junior Sankaracharyas of the Kanchi Kamokoti Peetam in Vedanta.

Details of Classes Handled by

Mr. Natarajan

Vedic Heritage: Vedic heritage teaching program at YICG is adopted from Arsha Vidya Gurukulam. Students of Mr. Seruvamani Krishnamurthy Natarajan gain knowledge about great epics like the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. In addition to Isvara and religious disciplines, they also gain knowledge about the revered Hindu Gods and Goddesses. The Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads are also included in the curriculum to impart the cultural values of India.

Shlokas and Bhajans: These hymns in praise of Gods and Goddesses are taught to children aged 4 to 14 years. Guruvandanam, Purusha Sooktham and Devi Maahaathmyam are some of the popular shlokas and bhajans they get to learn.

Tamil: Students are taught how to read, write and speak Tamil with the aid of an elementary school textbook. Once familiar with the Tamil alphabet, they take the next step by learning to form sentences with proper syntax. The interactive sessions conducted by this Tamil teacher would also help them pick up Tamil words for commonly used terms.

Contact YICG for More Details

For more details or information regarding Mr. Natarajan’s class schedule, call 1-516-739-1575 or send an email to


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