What is Vedanta?
Vedanta etymologically means the end of knowledge. It is the ancient Indian Philosophy enquires into the fundamental questions of life and living. It unearths the laws governing the same. Understanding these laws, helps steer life towards enduring peace and lasting prosperity, amidst challenges. Its ignorance leaves a human being undeveloped.
Dynamic action with mental balance and strong intellect is the foundation for a stable life structure; a prerequisite for the ultimate human goal of Self-Realisation. Vedanta fuses meaningful prosperity, lasting peace and true evolution.
FAQ about Study Groups
One with the quest for life not mere superficial questions on life. It is a forum for any one who has the spiritual aspiration and is interested in gaining Wisdom not merely accumulating knowledge can join the study class.
A firm resolve to study the scriptures and a willingness to actively participate regularly each week in the discussion without giving excuses. We are looking for people who are open minded, enthused, bold and who are able to respect opposing viewpoints and are compassionate and sensitive.
No. Not necessary. If you know, it is of course an added advantage. It is recommended to carry the commentary by Swamiji as it contains transliteration, word to word translation and translation of every verse. All the slokas will be chanted in the class and the teacher may recommend essential verses to memorise.
No. There is no fee. However, it is recommended to follow our tradition to offer ‘Guru Dakshna’ to the teacher.
Contact our office to get the information about the classes happening in your area. We have listed the on going class details in the website.
Contact our office to facilitate this.
Typically one should be older than 16 years to benefit from this system.
You can. You have to put a little extra effort to come up to the level of the text. Teacher and the like minded class members will help you.
It starts with invocatory prayer. Short pause will be there for the students to ask any questions or clarifications from the previous class. Then we proceed with the text in hand.