• has been a part of Madhu Bhasha Kendra since 2008. Anupama ji taught Hindi to elementary and college students for several years in Chandigarh India. Anupama ji gained literary experience while publishing a book on the impact of Mythology in Indian Literature. The book was widely acclaimed in Indian literary circles and obtained particular accolades from top universities in India. Anupama ji also has experience in translating Hindi to English, having translated both literary books and official documents. Her philosophy in the classroom is to create an environment that stimulates students by exposing them to the cultural aspects of the Hindi-speaking world. She believes in creating a non-intimidating and encouraging atmosphere that enables students to use newly acquired language skills. Anupama
    holds a Ph.D in Hindi Literature from Punjab University and a Diploma in Hindi to English Translation also from Punjab University.
  • Madhu Aggarwal has been teaching Hindi language classes in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1987.
    Madhu has written 4 year Hindi curriculum for High School students that has been approved by UC System, and accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges).
    Madhu is credentialed to teach Science. She has worked with local universities to start a Credential program for Hindi Teachers, and with CTC (California Commission on Teaching Credentials) for an approved CSET (California Subject Examination for Teachers) for Hindi.
    Madhu has been vital in getting Hindi recognized as Foreign Language for High Schools in California. Next step is to get the credential program rolling, and option of this program in local school and school districts.
    Madhu played an active role in a team effort for writing National Standards for Hindi for ACTFL (American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages).
    After attending the STARTALK Hindi Teacher Workshop by NYU in Summer 2012, she has set her goals to streamline the curriculum and goal oriented lessons for Hindi classes at all levels.
    Madhu has written Hindi Varnmala Geet published by Meera Massi Publishers, and designed and developed games, puzzles and placemats to make Hindi learning and teaching fun. Madhu also helps Meera Massi Publishers and Tulika Publishers with translations and editing of bilingual English/Hindi books.
    Madhu has strong background in Science and Technology with bachelors degree in Physics, Chemistry and Biology from Punjabi University, India, second bachelors degree in Medical Microbiology with minor in BioChemistry from San Jose State University, and a masters degree in Computer Science Engineering.
    Madhu is currently working on a Hindi textbook in multimedia for High School students. Getting Hindi started as a World Language in Public School System is her dream that is soon to become a reality.  Madhu Aggarwal
    is the Director and Founder of MBK Language Center.
  • is a returning teacher to Madhu Bhasha Kendra. She was with MBK from 2005-2011. She taught both High School Hindi and Elementary Hindi. A native Delhi-ite, she has a penchant for teaching Hindi and a zest for life. She taught in Delhi and published articles in magazines before moving to USA. She was Vice President of a large printing business for 30 years. Aside from teaching, she writes articles and poetry both in English and Hindi. Neelima-ji
    is dedicated to empowering students at all levels and proud to be part of MBK.
  • has been a part of MBK since 2006. Prior to joining MBK, Sujata taught at Montessori School and ran her own wedding decorating firm. She attended “2010 STARTALK Teacher Workshop“ in UCLA. Currently she is teaching High School Hindi I and multiple levels of Elementary Hindi classes. She has a passion for teaching and tries to bring out the best in every student. Sujata-ji
    has Bachelor’s degree in philosophy and psychology from Calcultta University, and AA degree in accounting and interior design.