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 to 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.
Teachings by Swami Viditatmananda
The 33rd anniversary of the Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, Saylorsburg, PA, USA was conducted on August 11, 2019 at the newly inaugurated Swami Dayananda Vijñāna Bhavanam.
by Swami ViditatmanandaPublished in Arsha Vidya Gurukulam 33rd Anniversary Souvenir There is a śāntipātha, or prayer, specific to each of the Vedas, chanted before the
Next Generation Retreat with Swami Viditatmananda All human beings know that there is a universal law that applies equally to everyone. It is, that “I
[This article is based on the weekend class taught by Pūjya Swami Viditatmananda Saraswati on May 19, 2019 at Saylorsburg, PA.] The concept of duty
Satsang with Swami Viditatmananda …continued from previous issue The first verse describes the Self as sat cit ānanda, while the second verse describes It as
Satsang with Swami Viditatmananda Introduction The meditator and the object of meditation are different from each other in one type of meditation. Prātaḥ is dawn