Hamsa-gita, also known as Uddhava-gita, consists of Shri Krishna’s final discourse to Uddhava before Shri Krishna draws His avatara to completion.
Shri Dattatreya, whom Shri Krshna quotes in the Hamsa-gita, has gained enlightenment by observing the world. He found 24 instructors, who taught Him the futility of mundane attachments, the benefits of contemplation and forbearance, and a path towards the realisation of the Supreme.
This album contains discourses by Swami Ramakrishnananda, Chinmaya Mission Nagapattinam, recorded during the online yajna for Chinmaya Mission Northwest Indiana in October 2020.
About the Speaker: Swami Ramakrishnananda, a master teacher, orator with a very humorous style, has been very popular with the young and the old alike. Swamiji is very passionate about Advaita Vedanta and Sanskrit, and is the author of the famous Sulabha Samskrtam (Easy Sanskrit) course offered by CIF.
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