Tattva Bodha ~ Knowledge of Truth, Swami Viditatmananda, Family Retreat 1, 20 classes, 2004, In this small text is all that one needs to know to have a complete understanding of Vedanta. With clear allusions to the sastra and its commentators, it is a succinct but thorough exposition that can serve as both an introductory text and a work to...
Category: Swami Viditatmananda Saraswati
Sri Swami Viditatmanandaji, a disciple of Sri Swami Dayananda Saraswati, expounds Vedanta with a simplicity and directness that make it easy to assimilate. Having lived and worked in the United States prior to becoming a renunciate, Swami Viditatmanandaji is familiar with the lifestyles in India and the West. With his insight into both cultures, he reaches out to everyone with equal ease.
Swami Viditatmanandaji graduated in 1978 from the course taught by Pujya Swamiji in Bombay, India. Since then he has been extremely active, teaching, and writing books. Swamiji is the President of Arsha Vidya Gurukulam,Saylorsburg, USA.
Under the banner of Adhyatma Vidya Mandir, Swami Viditatmanandaji conducts various programs to disseminate the knowledge of the scriptures. Swamiji gives talks on the Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita all over Gujarat, India. Swamiji also conducts management seminars with a view of showing the relevance of Vedanta in management.
Swami Viditatmanandaji’s TatvatirthaAshrama is situated in the western outskirts of Ahmedabad in Gujarat. As its name suggests, it is a center for learning the Tattva, i.e. the truth
Sthitaprajnah tadocyate, Bhagavad Gita 2:55, Swami Viditatmanandaji, Memorial Day Weekend Course, 5 classes, 2018, At the end of the second chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, Arjuna asks Lord Krishna what are the characteristics of a person who is well-established (sthita) in the self-knowledge (prajna) that Lord Krishna has just taught. “How does he walk? How does he talk?” Lord Krishna...
Conquering Inner Enemies, Swami Viditatmananda, 6 classes, 2011 There are three sources of obstruction to accomplishing our goals — Sources over which we have no control, like an earthquake; sources in our immediate environment, like a quarrelsome neighbor, and sources centered on ourselves. In this retreat, Swami Viditatmananda helps us identify and address those inner situations that impede us from...
Bhagavad Gita In Daily Life, Swami Viditatmananda, 7 Classes, 2002
Vedanta and Self Growth, Swami Viditatmananda, 8 Classes, 2010
Karmanyeva Adhikaraste, Bhagavad Gita 2:47, Swami Viditatmananda, 8 Classes, 2013
Mamekam Sharanam Vraja, Bhagavad Gita 18:66, Swami Viditatmananda, 8 Classes, 2014