Talks on Temple Consecration
SPA36 Talks on Temple Consecration This mp3 CD comprises of four talks. These talks were given during the Temple Consecration ceremonies, known as the Kumbhabhishekam , at the MahaVallabha Ganapati temple in New York, USA. They explain various rituals performed during Kumbhabhishekam, their relevance, meaning and symbolism. It also addresses other important topics such as the role of prayer, importance of temples, worship, and devotion.
The Message of Purna vidya
This VCD is a talk by Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati, the visionary of Purna Vidya. Here, Swamiji beautifully captures the necessity for Purna Vidya in one’s life. He describes the Vedic view and way of life as envisioned by the scriptures and lived by the people of the ancient Vedic civilization.
Upadesasara (Essence of Advaitic Teachings)
SPA19 Upadesasara (The Essence of Advaitic Teachings) This mp3 CD comprises of thirteen talks. It is a well known work of Sri Ramana Maharshi in the verse form. Upadesasara reveals the teachings of the profound Truth about one’s essential nature. It also reveals Isvara as one who is the cause of all that is. It is an essential book of learning on the profound scriptural message given in a simple language by Sri Ramana Maharshi.
Vedanta in Daily Life
SPA05 Vedanta in Daily Life This is an mp3 audio of a talk given on the relevance of Vedanta in one’s day to day life. It summarizes the nature of human pursuits and provides insight into the role of Vedanta in its fulfillment. The teaching of Vedanta points out that the spiritual seeker is indeed not different from what he seeks to be, and thus self discovery lies in recognition of the true nature of oneself.
Vedic Knowledge and A Glimpse into Bhagavat Gita
This VCD is a talk given by Swamini Pramananda on the eighteen fold Vedic Knowledge. This Knowledge forms the root structure of the spiritual literature of India. In addition, even though Bhagavad Gita features in the Mahabharata, it is given a special mention, because of the subject matter it contains that is unique to the Upanishads.