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What my teacher learnt from his teacher

Swami Paramarthananda ji on Lessons from his Guru, Pujya Swami Dayananda ji’s Teachings INTRODUCTION : On the auspicious occasion of Pujya Swamiji’s satabhishekam, I would like to share some thoughts. I consider myself extremely fortunate to be a disciple of … Continue reading

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Three Stages of Bhakti

God (Ishvara) is that being to whom the entire material universe is the body, the cosmic dynamics is the activity, all the thoughts of all the individual beings put together is the mind and the self-awareness of the whole universe … Continue reading

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An interesting way of presenting Vedanta

All creatures seek happiness. Human beings have three ways to pursue happiness: by experiences, by actions and by knowledge. These roles are called – bhoktaa (experiencer), kartaa (doer) and jnaataa (knower), respectively. Most of us pursue happiness through experiences. We … Continue reading

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Gita in a Nutshell

The Bhagavad Gita gives the essence of the Vedas, which is the foundation of Hinduism. Thus, the message of the Gita is the message of the Vedas, which is the message of Hinduism. The purpose of life is to “Be … Continue reading

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What is the Truth?

The senses and mind are designed only to study objects. They do not have access to the subject which is behind the senses and the mind. Similarly, the senses and mind are designed only to study the properties of objects. … Continue reading

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