Swami Pratyagbodhananda

Gajendra Moksha

Gajendra Moksha abounds with allegories in every aspect of the text.  Gajendra, the arrogant king of a herd of elephants, symbolizes the individual.  The pleasure-seeking attitude of the elephant, which lands him in the deathly grip of an alligator, is comparable to that of those who are engrossed in the pursuit of pleasures, unmindful of […]

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Mundaka Upanisad

In these eight classes during a 2001 Vedanta Retreat, Swamiji unfolds the essential teaching of the oneness of the individual and the Lord using selected verses from Mundaka Upanishad. An Audio Course on Vedanta Texts- Upanishad : Mundaka Upanisad by Swami Pratyagbodhananda Saraswati.

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Kaivalya Upanisad

Kaivalya Upanisad in verse after verse reveals the non-duality (Kaivalya) of the world, the individual, and the Lord. Many mantras contain the echo of important mantras from other Upanishad and some will be recognized as mantras used in Arati. An Audio Course (Course Code – AVG1017) on Vedanta Texts- Upanisad : Kaivalya Upanisad by Swami

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Kunti Stuti

Kunti Stuti is from Srimad Bhagavatam (Pratham Skanda). After the Kurukshetra war, Lord Krishna was leaving to Dwaraka and  Kunti, mother of pandavas was overwhelmed with emotion and gratitude praises Lord Krishna.  Kunti stuti is one of the many stuti from Srimad Bhagavatam. A Video Course (Course Code – AVG1149) on Devotion & Prayers :

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Purusha Suktam

In these classes, Swami Vidtatmananda will explain the meaning of the Purusasktam, a well know Vedic hymn praising the Lord as everything, including the one who is reciting the hymn. An Audio Course (Course Code – AVG4213) on Devotion & Prayers : Purusha Suktam by Swami Viditatmananda Saraswati.

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