Vedic monks take up the challenge of sublime erudition by delivering profoundly meaningful discourses on Sanskrit-based spiritual philosophy and wisdom teachings. Discoursing in Hindi based on extant literature of Vedic Sanskrit and Classical Sanskrit scriptures has been an established tradition in North India. Ardent listeners throng to these public fellowships and remain spellbound during the thematic presentation of philosophical nuances and related historical ethos. The depth of spiritual relevance and the unraveling of the metaphorical significance make it inspiring and self-empowering to seekers and devotees alike. This is verily a classical style of teaching that is replete with spiraling logic and a commentary which is fortified with references from other cardinal philosophies.
Discourses in Hindi
Three Renowned Pontiff Monks
The following selection of discourses feature three renowned pontiff monks who hail from the same root monastic and Sanskrit lineages of our monastic council. The goal of this curriculum is to present discourses that are borne out of realization gained from deep contemplation on the Sanskrit texts and piercing monastic inquiry. These discourses invoke intricate and precise interpretation of the original Sanskrit scriptural compositions. The style and method of explanation evoke an experience of reflective contemplation and mental clarity while developing a deeper understanding of profound tenets of truth. Even though somewhat limited to the audience who know the Hindi language, the discourses help develop unlimited spiritual perception in the listener. It is obvious how listening to a traditional style of discourse in Hindi lends to unique insights into the context.
The selections are based on recordings which are available without corruption and are reasonably complete. These recordings are slowly and surely getting cleaned for posterity, and will be periodically re-uploaded for a better listening experience. Until the audio cleaning and a full content review is complete, the current digital library is made available in the interim. Even with minor inadequacies of audio noise the lectures reflecting an integral learning approach are captivating to the listener. These free recordings are also spread over diverse web resources, but are available here in one section. Any inquiry or comment about the content selection from our monastic network of resources may be addressed by writing only, to HH Swami Sharadananda at Vedanidhi in Varanasi, India.
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Varanasi – 221005, India