Nithin Sridhar’s commentary on the Īśopaniṣad, as well as the exposition of the Upaniṣad’s philosophy, is written from the perspective of Advaita Vedānta. But there are no polemics in the work; it focuses entirely on shedding light upon some of the most important and often neglected aspects of Hinduism.
An analysis of consciousness through the lens of Vedanta, employing concepts of Self, Jiva, Brahman and more.
Vedanta means that which reveals the ultimate knowledge or absolute truth. From this, it follows that Vedanta is the ultimate science.
A story about a prince and a mysterious Princess of Kashi, that tells us about oneness and Advaita.
Adi Shankaracharya in his famous introduction to Gita Bhashya, speaks about how Vedas expound two-fold Dharma for people: Pravritti Dharma or the path of action for those with desire and Nivritti Dharma or the path of knowledge and dispassion, for those who have turned away from desire. In other words, Pravritti and Nivritti Dharmas form the two-fold essence of Veda.
Announcing 2nd Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati Memorial Lecture by S Gurumurthy, organized by Indic Academy and Advaita Academy.
This article is an attempt to dig deep into this short poetic Upanishad, with the assistance of the commentaries of two great Vedāntins – Adi Shankara and Vedanta Desika
Advaita And Theism: Hinduism, as it stands today in a vibrant theistic culture of temples, is verily in conformation with this vision of Śaṃkara.
This talk was given by Dr. Shilpa Ashok Pandit at the recently held Conference On Oneness.
This talk was given by Srinivas Jammalamadaka at the recently held Conference On Oneness.