This website is an introduction to Vedanta, a profound and amazing tradition of knowledge which consists of Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, etc, that leads to the discovery of the reality about oneself. All questions and doubts, contentions of various schools of thought or views of contemporary science are examined. Vedanta is not making any promise or asking to adhere blindly to some belief. It is nor a mystical tradition nor a philosophy or a religion.
The commitment of Vedanta is for one to discover the truth of oneself and the universe, by being alive to what is, in all areas of ones life at all levels. This way, it helps one to live intelligently and fully, freeing one from sorrow, fear and all forms of limitations. For that reason, we have called Vedanta, the Yoga of Objectivity.
How do I know Vedanta is a right pursuit?
Any seeker has a wide range of spiritual pursuits to choose from in our modern society. Every group claims that its own set of texts, techniques and practices lead to truth. How to know that one can commit to Vedanta?
Comments and photos
'Growing to be more objective and compassionate,
Hilton Shillim Village, near Lonavala, India, 30-31 August 2014
Solution to lasting happiness lies in living with conscience Hitavada, 27 Oct 2013, Nagpur
Masala Magazine Lite, Issue 39, January 2014, Bangkok
Download and read articles in pdf format by Swami Dayananda
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How Vedanta puts in perspective all the riches of various disciplines of knowledge and at the same time adds its unique value to the understanding of oneself and the universe.
New book release
Living the Vision of Oneness available in both ebook and now print formats
Neema Majmudar & Surya
Tahora have studied with Swami Dayananda Saraswati, renowned scholar of Vedanta. Both have gone through intensive course of Vedanta studying texts such as Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, etc with the commentaries of Sankara, and the Panini system of Sanskrit grammar. They have been teaching Vedanta in India and abroad for several years.