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Srimad Bhagavatam - Skandha 3 (Tamil Explanation)

Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the most popular of the 18 Mahapuranas, composed by Veda Vyasa. In 12 skandhas and nearly 18000 shlokas, it describes the various avatars of Narayana, and the glory of Bhaktimarga (path of devotion) in reaching the ultimate goal of life. In this course, Smt. Visalakshi Sankaran explains in detail the 33 adhyayas of the third skandha in Tamil along with Shridhariya commentary.

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What will you gain from this course? (Key Benefits / Learning Outcomes)

  • Realize the greatness and impact of reading Bhagavatam as a bhakti and spiritual treatise.
  • Understand the overall meaning of each verse of the third Skandha of Srimad Bhagavatam.
  • Appreciate the message from the great Puranam for overall spiritual growth.

What are the materials/support you get?

  • Pre-recorded videos which you can access anytime, from any device. 
  • Doubt clarifications through Email.

What are the pre-requisites to get the best out of this course? (Eligibility)

  • Ability to understand Tamil.
  • A background in Vedanta, Vyakarana, and other shastras would be helpful in appreciating the subtle points mentioned during the classes.
  • Good knowledge of Sanskrit language and grammar, at the level of Chittoor - Samartha / Samskrita Bharati – Kovida is preferable
  • Knowledge of the first and second Skandha of Srimad Bhagavatam is required.

            Srimad Bhagavatam Skandha 1

           Srimad Bhagavatam Skandha 2

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Srimad Bhagavatam consists of 12 Skandhas, and 332 adhyayas. Dashama skandha, describing the avataara and leelaas of Sri Krishna is the most popular portion. This course deals with the adhyayas shloka-by-shloka. Each class tries to cover one complete adhyaya, other than cases where an adhyaya is very long.

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