Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF) announces an online camp on Tattvabodha by Swami Advayananda. Many are keen to delve into a study of the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads and the other key Vedantic texts but they are deterred by their unfamiliarity with Vedantic terminology. The camp on Tattvabodha will bridge this gap by explaining the key Vedantic terms and concepts thus providing the necessary stepping stone to enable progress to the main Vedantic texts.
Language of learning: English
Camp format: A series of 30 online sessions (daily 1 session of approximately 1 hour duration).
Session recordings will be available up to one month after the Camp ends.
Plus, online group discussions and Q&A sessions will be offered, over the course of the Camp, to enable greater learning.
NOTE: You can choose to attend the session recording at a time slot convenient for you.
You may purchase a copy of the text by clicking the following links:
Tattvabodha (English) | Tattva
Contact: Sri M. Jayaraman Nair
In-charge, Chinmaya Vani, Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF)
Ph: +91 92077 11138 / WhatsApp: 9207398313 / Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Swami Advayananda, an accomplished teacher of Vedanta, with many Gita and Upanishad discourse series to his credit, has also authored several books such as the Holy Gita Ready Reference, Advanced Vedanta Course, a series of research articles titled ‘Vedanta Unveiled’, to name a few. He has also edited several Vedantic works in English and Sanskrit such as the Foundation Vedanta Course, Bhagavad-gita Course, Ishvara-darshanam and Suktisudha. He has overseen and co-redacted the scholarly publication of the 2-volume work on the Brahmasutra-catussutri. He has also contributed to the research and coordination of the Upanishad Ganga, a television series depicting the wisdom of the Upanishads, which was first telecast on the Doordarshan Channel.
Swamiji was the Acharya for the Vedanta Course in Tamil-English. Since 2003, he has been serving as In-charge of CIF. From 2011 to 2013, he was Acharya for the 15th Vedanta Course at Sandeepany Sadhanalaya, Mumbai. Swamiji is currently the co-Acharya for the one-year residential Vedanta Sadhaka Course, which commenced on Vijayadashami day, 15 October 2022.
As the President of CIF, and a Trustee of CVV from 2015, he continues to serve the vision of CIF and CVV of furthering the study, research and dissemination of Indian Knowledge Systems and its application in contemporary knowledge fields.
Start date: Wednesday, 3 August 2022
End date: Wednesday, 7 September 2022
Session timings: 7 to 8 AM IST | Monday to Saturday
Donation: ₹ 3000/US$ 90
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