Ancient Wisdom, Modern Times

Vedanta is derived from two words Veda – Knowledge and Anta – End.  Vedanta means the end of knowledge. This ancient philosophy presents the eternal principles of life and living. It programmes a life of mental peace combined with dynamic action in the world. Equips one with clarity of intellect to deal with the challenges of life.  Above all its philosophy leads one to the ultimate goal of Self-Realisation.

Bhaja Govindam

A composition of Adi Shankaracharya. Swamiji`s commentary highlights two main human motivations viz. kanchana wealth and kamini woman.

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    The Bhaja Govindam highlights the two human motivations – acquisition and enjoyment. Its thirty-one verses point out the delusion in external pursuit and urges one to seek the supreme Self.

    Bhaja Govindam contains thirty-one verses. It was composed by the philosopher-saint Adi Sankaracarya, popularly known as Sankara. He was born in 788 A.D. in Kaladi, a village in the west coast of India. Early in life he took to sannyasa, celibacy and renunciation. He died at the age of thirty-two.

    The Bhaja Govindam gives out the basic instructions on life.

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The human race has accepted the word God unquestionably from time immemorial. Which has resulted in an avalanche of diverse faiths warring with each other.

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