Vedic Metaphysics

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Vedic Metaphysics

In 1958, a Sankaracarya travelled to the western regions of India for the very first time in the country's history. It was at the request of the Self Realization Fellowship in Los Angeles that the author, His Holiness Jagadguru Sankaracarya Sri Bharati Krsna Tirtha of Puri, travelled to the United States to disseminate information on Vedanta. This book is a collection of several of his lectures that were presented at that location.
The fundamentals of Vedanta are outlined in these lectures, which were delivered by a saint-yogi who was both an expert in the ancient Indian texts and was knowledgeable in the current sciences. They speak in a clear and concise manner while maintaining the integrity of their thoughts. Given that they are written in the present vernacular, it is likely that the modern mind will find them to be especially suitable. Despite being directed for American audiences, the talks share a message that is both timeless and applicable everywhere else in the world. The readers will find that the stages of spiritual inquiry and the routes to God-realization that are explained in these passages are of an enormous amount of practical value to them in their search for the sublime.
The Most Reverend Jagadguru Sankaracarya One of the four monasteries that the great Sankara established in the distant past, the Govardhana Pitha in Puri was led by Sri Bharati Krsna Tirtha, who served as the pontifical head of the monastery. After an outstanding academic career that included the study of Sanskrit, Mathematics, Philosophy, History, English Literature, and other scientific subjects, he studied Vedanta under the renowned Jagadguru Sankaracarya, Sri Sivabhinava-Nrsimha-Bharati at Sringeri, and he practised vigorous yogasadhana in the nearby forests. It was in these forests that he also discovered the hidden meaning of the Ganita-sutras of He accepted sannyasa in 1919.
Sainthood was not His Holiness' only vocation; he was also a scholar, a religious speaker, a yogi-philosopher, and an orator. He had a profound understanding of the Hindu texts. In addition to this, he studied the sacred texts of other faiths with the reverence of a devotee and proclaimed the fundamental oneness of all world religions.
His Holiness established the World Reconstruction Association in 1953. This was a non-religious organisation with the goal of morally reorganising society as the primary focus of its activities. In 1960, he acquired the state of Mahasamadhi.

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JAGADGURU SVAMI SRI BHARATI KRSNA TIRTHAJI MAHARAJA

 

Vedic Metaphysics

In 1958, a Sankaracarya travelled to the western regions of India for the very first time in the country’s history. It was at the request of the Self Realization Fellowship in Los Angeles that the author, His Holiness Jagadguru Sankaracarya Sri Bharati Krsna Tirtha of Puri, travelled to the United States to disseminate information on Vedanta. This book is a collection of several of his lectures that were presented at that location.
The fundamentals of Vedanta are outlined in these lectures, which were delivered by a saint-yogi who was both an expert in the ancient Indian texts and was knowledgeable in the current sciences. They speak in a clear and concise manner while maintaining the integrity of their thoughts. Given that they are written in the present vernacular, it is likely that the modern mind will find them to be especially suitable. Despite being directed for American audiences, the talks share a message that is both timeless and applicable everywhere else in the world. The readers will find that the stages of spiritual inquiry and the routes to God-realization that are explained in these passages are of an enormous amount of practical value to them in their search for the sublime.
The Most Reverend Jagadguru Sankaracarya One of the four monasteries that the great Sankara established in the distant past, the Govardhana Pitha in Puri was led by Sri Bharati Krsna Tirtha, who served as the pontifical head of the monastery. After an outstanding academic career that included the study of Sanskrit, Mathematics, Philosophy, History, English Literature, and other scientific subjects, he studied Vedanta under the renowned Jagadguru Sankaracarya, Sri Sivabhinava-Nrsimha-Bharati at Sringeri, and he practised vigorous yogasadhana in the nearby forests. It was in these forests that he also discovered the hidden meaning of the Ganita-sutras of He accepted sannyasa in 1919.
Sainthood was not His Holiness’ only vocation; he was also a scholar, a religious speaker, a yogi-philosopher, and an orator. He had a profound understanding of the Hindu texts. In addition to this, he studied the sacred texts of other faiths with the reverence of a devotee and proclaimed the fundamental oneness of all world religions.
His Holiness established the World Reconstruction Association in 1953. This was a non-religious organisation with the goal of morally reorganising society as the primary focus of its activities. In 1960, he acquired the state of Mahasamadhi.

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The Jagadguru, described by Sri Daya Mata, President of the Fellowship, as “a man of God” and “a truly universal man” conveyed the message of Vedanta as revealed in the traditional scriptures of India, presenting their substance as timeless in relevance,

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JAGADGURU SVAMI SRI BHARATI KRSNA TIRTHAJI MAHARAJA

 

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Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaja

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