Paramu Kurumathur is an alumnus of IIT, Madras. [B. Tech. (Aero. Engg.) 1978; M. Tech. (Comp. Sc.) 1980]. He has been working in the international software services industry and global IT management since 1980.
He has managed many international programs in his career in the software industry and also in an international NGO. He is currently an Author, Coach and Principal Consultant with PM Power Consulting.
His professional interests include Agile, the art and science of program management, promoting excellence in IT services, coaching and mentoring.
His personal interests include writing novels and technical books, studying and interpreting ancient Indian writings, writing limericks, travel (he has travelled to around 40 countries) and promoting humour as a way of life.
He has published three books. Please visit his author website to view the books he has published.
His technical work (including blogposts) can be seen at his office website.
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Thank you very much for your devotion and generosity of your time in teaching the most beautiful language in the world.
Thank you for your material. I got many laughs out of it. At my age, it will add a precious week of healthy life to my longevity.
Here is a joke for you:
The French existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre was sitting at a table in a cafe when a waitress approached him: “Can I get you something to drink, Monsieur Sartre?”
Sartre replied, “Yes, I’d like a cup of coffee with sugar, but no cream”.
Nodding in agreement, the waitress walked off to fill the order and Sartre returned to working on his masterpiece — Being and Nothingness.
A few minutes later, the waitress returned and said, “I’m sorry, Monsieur Sartre, we are out of cream — how about coffee with sugar with no milk?”
(Hint: Here the waitress seems to know that there are different kinds of nothingness such as “with no milk” and “with no cream.” She seems to differentiate between the two, and asks Sartre whether he would insist on “with no cream.” To us the two nothingnesses are equal.)
EVER SINCE I FOUND THIS WEBSITE I AM MADE ABOUT IT. MY YEARS OF LONGING TO LEARN THE LANGUAGE SANSKRIT IS NOW FULFILLED. I ONLY NEED TO PUT IN MY HARDWORK.NOTHING ELSE.
I AM LEARNING THE LANGUAGE IN THE COMFORT OF MY HOME AT MY LEISURE. WHAT ELSE COULD I WANT.
MILLLIONS AND MILLIONS OF THANK YOU WILL STILL NOT BE ENOUGH TO THANK YOU. HONESTLY MY HEART WILL ALWAYS KEEP LONGING TO SEE YOU AND THANK YOU
IS there an index page to the lessons? I then can check off what was done / studied and what needed to be completed.
There is no index per se, but there are tags attached to every lesson and also, each lesson is named to indicate the subject discussed.
This page can be used like an index page https://oursanskrit.com/category/sanskrit-lessons/page/6/
The following page can be used as sort of an index.
Sorry – The correct link is
Did you get a chance to check over my previous email? I’m interested in working with you so just let me know either way.
We request you to add a guest article pertinent to the finance/education website with the following links on your blog oursanskrit.com. We are hoping to deserve the offer, If so how much do you rate for each guest article (Or) weblog post?
If you don’t accept our request, we will take general links as well.
If you have extra websites to offer, please send a sites list along with prices.
Thank you for reaching out to me. At this moment I am not interested. Will let you when when I am.