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Adults

10th June 2019

Aitareya Upanishad

The path to Realisation begins with enquiry of the source or the cause of Life. By what or by whom, how and why have we been […]
4th June 2019

Amritabindu Upanishad

Can the mortal ever become immortal? Can the mind make us immortal? Can knowledge make us immortal? Does immortality mean living for ever in the body, […]
5th February 2019

Upadesh Sara

Upadesh Sara, by the great sage Bhagavan Ramana Maharishi, is one of the most popular texts of Vedanta. Throughout 30 short verses, this text reveals the […]
31st January 2019

Bhaja Govindam

Adults class Bhaja Govindam is a text composed by Adi Sankaracharya.  Although it contains only 31 verses, the beautiful melodious verses summarise the entire teachings of Vedanta.  […]
22nd March 2018

Saddarshanam

Adults class – Intermediate level Saddarshanam is the ‘Vision of the Truth’ that is all-inclusive, infinite and liberating. Bhagvan Ramana Mahrsi guides us how to attain […]
14th January 2018

Atma Bodha

Vedanta presents to us the science of happiness: a guaranteed method to transform our own lives and experience lasting fulfilment and peace. The study of Vedanta […]
24th September 2017

Bhagavad Geeta – Chapter 11

A wonderful way to study and apply the timeless teachings of one of the most popular texts that is so relevant to our daily life. This […]
30th April 2017

Atma Bodha (Ladies class)

A study class exclusively for women, as part of the Devi Group. Study of Adi Shankara’s text – Atma Bodha is a prakrana grantha or introductory […]
21st May 2016

Sadhana Panchakam

Tattva Bodh written by Adi Sankaracharya is a preliminary text that introduces the fundamental principles that underpin the body of philosophy called Vedanta. It seeks to answer some universal and fundamental questions that many of us ask at some point in our lives such as what is the goal of human (my) life? In it, through a dialogue between the guru and student, Sankaracharya introduces us to Vedantic concepts and equips us for the study of Vedanta.