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 तत्त्वबोधः - वेदान्तशास्त्र-प्रवेश-ग्रन्थः

Tattvabodha - A Primer to Vedanta

This course is on Tattvabodha, a text ascribed to Shankaracharya, which is a condensed and structured version of the teachings contained in Vedanta Bhaga (final portion of the Vedas). Tattvabodha is a fundamental and preparatory text to be studied before any scriptural text like Gita, Upanishads etc. This text is also in simple Sanskrit and so helps 1st and 2nd level Sanskrit students to get a feel of the basic concepts of Vedanta by following a proper text.

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

  • Get a basic introduction to the topics such as nature of Jiva, nature of the world, nature of God, what is bondage, what is Moksha and what is the way to attain Moksha.
  • It will help the learner to understand Gita and contextualize it better, as Gita, right from Chapter 2 assumes that the student is aware of several important aspects of spirituality, whereas in modern days there are fewer and fewer opportunities to learn these as we grow.

What are the materials/support you get?

  • Live, interactive sessions with opportunities to raise your doubts and get them clarified directly from the teacher.
  • Access to recordings of classes (both video and audio) which you may access anytime for repeated listening or catching up with missed portions.
  • PDF notes of portions covered in class will be available.

What are the prerequisites to get the best out of this course? (Eligibility)

  • A committed and serious student with an open mind.
  • Desire to understand the basics of Vedanta.
  • Ability to read and understand basic Sanskrit (highly recommended).
  • Students attempting this course can go through the Introduction to Vedanta course as a pre-read.

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