How to decolonize your syllabi: tami-teks syllabus

In India, there are many ways to learn Indian languages, but some have become quite popular and even quite successful, and some have even become quite difficult to teach in traditional ways. 

Tami-Teks, a free online learning platform, aims to help people learn a variety of languages and the syllabi of those languages, while Bams Ayurvedic, the world’s largest community of Ayurvastu practitioners, has a syllabus for the Ayurvinga, which is one of the world�s oldest religious traditions. 

But as the wordy, often confusing syllabus of Ayurs and other Hindu traditions became popular and popularly read, the syllabus has also been the subject of criticism.

In response, Bams and other Indian communities have developed their own syllabi, which they are trying to share with the wider world through their syllabus. 

The Bams syllabus is an attempt to improve the quality of education in India.

It includes information on history, geography, culture, medicine, history of the people, and many other topics.

The syllabus can be accessed through or by clicking on the “Teach Online” button in the upper left corner of the site. 

This is the Bams online syllabus from the BAM website, which provides a more in-depth look into the BAMS syllabus and the history of Sanskrit.

What’s so special about the Bamer syllabus?

In this syllabus the first part of the syllabary is devoted to the history and development of Sanskrit, which includes the first written Sanskrit text, the Bhagavad-Gita.

This part is also called the Vedic section, which describes the creation of Sanskrit by the Hindu god Indra.

The next section deals with the history, culture and science of Vedic culture.

The last part of this section discusses the origin and development, which are related to the formation of the Vedas. 

How does the Bames syllabus differ from other syllabaries?

The Bamer community is known for its in-person learning, which gives people a chance to actually practice the language and learn Sanskrit in person.

The Bamer online syllabi does not have the same level of instruction in the same way that other online learning platforms do. 

What can people expect from this Bams Online syllabus besides a better understanding of Sanskrit?

It will be the same as any other online syllab, which means the syllabis content is similar.

This means that people will be able to understand the content of the online syllabis, and they will be familiar with the words and meanings of the content.

It is also the same, in terms of the learning experience, that any online learning will be.

How is the syllaba being developed?

Currently, the Bammers Online syllabi is a collaborative effort.

People have contributed their own content and ideas to help shape the syllabs content.

The aim of the Boms online syllabs project is to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, and accessible source of information for those who want to improve their Sanskrit knowledge and practice. 

Why should people pay for the Brams online syllabe?

The Bams website is free and is intended for anyone who wants to learn Sanskrit and to be able do so in a comfortable and relaxed environment. 

Are there any other syllabi on offer that are better than this one? 


 What is the goal of the project? 

The goal of this project is not just to teach Sanskrit but also to inspire the world and improve their understanding of the roots of their language.

It is a way of educating the world in Sanskrit, but also in ways that promote and support Indian culture, history, and science. 

Can the BMS syllabus be shared with other communities in India? 

Currently, no.

The goal of Bams is to promote the learning of Sanskrit in a way that helps empower the world to learn about Sanskrit.

This is also a way to help the world better understand the origins and development and development patterns of Sanskrit as a language. 

Does Bams have any other goals for this project besides improving Sanskrit? 


Would it be possible to teach this online Bams version of the Tami-Teks syllabus to students of other Indian languages? 

There are no plans for this. 

Is there any plan for this to be shared on other platforms? 

As of today, BMS has no plans to share the Bam online syllabo to other platforms.

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