Source: - Swami Chidananda Puri 's Teachings YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1JGJZvxMCo
Source: - Advaithashramam YouTube Channel Poojya Swami Chidanandapuri's english discourse on 'Chidanandam'. Venue : Chidanandam Padashala, Munnekolalu, Bangalore 560037. Date : 04-Feb-2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxpp7uUssAc
Source: - Advaithashramam YouTube Channel Poojya Swami Chidananda Puri's discourse in Bangalore. Subject : Self-development through understanding Self. Venue : Chaithanya Bharathi Hall, Whitefield, Bangalore. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyAr2-lEDzY
Karma Siddhanta put forward certain rules and guidelines to define actions into two categories – Good and Bad. These set of rules decided which action is good and which is bad. Vedas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, Bhagavat Gita, Smiritis, etc. were the commonly cited scriptures for a proper ethical and spiritual life. Guiding a life according to them, one can attain the perfect state of existence before or after death. Thus who performs the duties as propounded by the scriptures are sure to achieve moksha (roughly means, ‘liberation’), the perfect state, and who deviate from scriptural injections are destined to born again and again in the phenomenal world.
From the stand point of the Indian philosophy, we may say that there is one or more ultimate realities in the universe. By the term ultimate reality, we generally mean something that exists by itself, without depending on any other thing. All philosophical systems of India have admitted the existence of at least one Ultimate… Continue reading Ultimate Reality And Classification Of Indian Philosophical Systems
In Rig-Veda there is a famous Sloka/hymn, which expresses the skepticism about the origin and nature of the world. It also doubts the capability of god and his involvement in the creation of the world. It says the gods may be later than the world creation. At the same time sloka assumes a ‘He’, above… Continue reading Origin Of Indian Philosophy
This is among the best books I have read, so far. Magnum opus of Sri. Sarveppalli Radhakrishnan, a statesman and philosopher. In Plato's terms, a 'Philosopher King'. In this two volumes, first published in 1921, Radhakrishnan with his in-depth scriptural knowledge and insight consult, explain and criticise the Philosophical concepts from Rgvedic-Upanishadic times to Buddhist-Jainist schools… Continue reading Indian Philosophy (2 Vol) — S Radhakrishnan