The Vivekacūḍāmaṇi is a prakaraṇa-grantha (introductory-text) within the Advaita-Vedānta paramparā traditionally attributed to Śrī Śaṅkarācārya. It is in the form of a poem in the Śārdula-Vikrīḍita vṛttam (metre). The classes are delivered in Sanskrit.
Vedānta Deśika (1268–1369) was an esteemed ācārya in the Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta & Śrī-Vaiṣṇava paramparā of Śri Rāmānuja. Raghuvīra-Gadyam, which celebrates Rāma’s valour, was composed when the author was residing at the temple town of Thiruvahindrapuram in Tamil Nadu. The temple has icons of Rāma, Lakṣmaṇa and Sītā, and here Rāma is seen as Kodaṇḍa-Rāma (with a bow in His hand). Inspired by this, Deśika wrote Raghuvīra-gadyam, in which he focuses on Rāma as a ‘mahā-vīra’ (great-hero). Hence Raghuvīra-gadyam is also known as Mahāvīra-vaibhavam. These lessons are delivered in Sanskrit.
Līlāvatī is Indian mathematician Bhāskara II’s treatise in Sanskrit on gaṇita-śāstra (mathematics), written in 1150.
These classes are delivered in Sanskrit.
SaṃskṛtaGrāmaṃ Gacchāmaḥ – A set of videos presenting the basics of Sanskrit published by Vedika
These Self-Study videos are published by Central Sanskrit University, India.