Vedanta & Upanishads
A unique presentation on this unparalleled compendium, expounding the fundamental principles of Vedanta propounding the non-dual existence of Brahman, the supreme Absolute. Here is the entire Vedanta in a nutshell.
Swamiji talks about the importance of the Upanishads as well as what is required for understanding them. The essence of the main Upanishads is discussed.
This is a series of discourses that Swamiji gave during a special Sadhana Week that was held in April, 1982, on the occasion of Swamiji's 60th birth anniversary.
An acute analysis of the Upanishadic doctrine of universal creation and the involvement of individual suffering when the individual separates itself from the cosmic structure.
Serbian translation | Serbian translation in Latin script
Here is a verse-by-verse commentary of the Mundaka Upanishad, with a transliteration of the verses. As always, Swamiji brings out the essential meaning of this holy scripture.
This essential purport of the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad provides a magnificent scope for aiding seekers in the practice of meditation in the higher reaches and more advanced forms of spiritual life.
This is a highly advanced philosophical and mystical text, and is one of the major Upanishads consitituting the basic canons on which the whole philosophy of India and its general outlook of life may be said to be founded.
This is of the most prominent among the major group of philosophical and mystical texts constituting one of the threefold foundations of India's spiritual lore, the tripod of Indian culture, being consituted of the Upanishads, the Brahmasutras and the Bhagavadgita.
This is an introduction to the Brahma Sutra's fourth and most important chapter, which deals the salvation of the soul, the attainment of liberation.
In this series Swami Krishnananda focuses primarily on the fourth, called Phala Adhyaya, The Fruit of Knowledge, which deals with the attainment of moksha, liberation.
A clear and easy exposition by Swami Sivananda. Swamiji has given useful information which will not be found elsewhere. An elaborate introduction precedes the work, along with a short introduction and summary of the different Adhikaranas (Topics) preceding each Pada (Section). Each Sutra contains a word-by-word and a running translation as well as commentary.