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उपनिषदालोकः - उपनिषत्प्रपञ्चस्य परिचयः

Upanishadaaloka - The Light of the Upanishads

This course attempts to provide a taste of the nectar of the Upanishads. Without going deeply into one or two specific Upanishads, it tries to provide a systematic survey of the contents of the 10 or 108 Upanishads.

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

  • Get a taste of the nectar of the Upanishads.
  • Gain familiarity with some of the most important themes and ideas of Vedanta.
  • Get some hints about how to study Vedantic Literature.

What are the materials/support you get?

  • 13 pre-recorded videos which you can access anytime for repeated listening or catching up with missed portions.
  • Doubt clarification through Email.

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

  • Ability to understand spoken English.
  • Knowledge of basic concepts of Advaita Vedanta.
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The Upanishads also referred as Vedanta represent the peak of vedic philosophical thought. Upanishads are often referred to as Jnana kanda and the rest of the vedas as Karma kanda. Upanishads are the supreme literature in the history of Indian culture. They have played a prime role in the growth of spiritual ideas in ancient India and are widely known all over the world. Upanishads are the spiritual core of Bharata. Prasthanatrayi are the foundations of Indian philosophy and upanishads are counted as Shruti prasthana. 10 Upanishads are considered as main upanishads. They are – ईश, केन, कठ, प्रश्न, मुण्डक, माण्डूक्य, तैत्तिरीय, ऐतरेय, छान्दोग्य and बृहदारण्यक.
This course sheds light on some glimpses of Upanishad’s glorious vision in a way that leaves us hankering for more. Along the way, we will gain familiarity with some of the most important themes and ideas of Vedanta such as the guru-shishya parampara, the spectrum of approaches of karma-upasana-jnana, a framing of self-knowledge in the context of practical modern life, and some hints about how to approach a further detailed study of the Vedantic literature. The topics of the various sessions will blend into one another, examining some key ideas and terms. Then picking certain shlokas and ideas from important Upanishads such as the Katha, Taittareya, Shwetashwatara, Chadogya we shall illustrate ideas which helps us to get a sense for the style and the message of the Upanishads.
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