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Thu 26 May 2022

7:00 AM - 8:30 PM (UTC+5.5)

ब्रह्म सत्यं जगन्मिथ्या जीवो ब्रह्मैव नापर: -Justification of Nondual nature of Brahman

Indica Moksha (Advaita Academy) is pleased to announce the 3rd ‘Global Festival of Oneness’ (GFO2022) celebrating one of the foremost thinkers and socio-cultural-spiritual architects in the history of mankind from the Indian sub-continent – Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya (Shankara).

For the last two years, we have been hosting the Global Festival of Oneness on the occasion of Shankara Jayanti as a one-month-long online celebration of the life, works, and legacy of Adi Shankaracharya Bhagavadpada. The initiative has been conceived as our tribute and show of reverence towards the entire Advaita Guru-Parampara that starts with Bhagavan Narayana, has Veda Vyasa and Adi Shankaracharya at the middle, and is still continuing with our own Acharyas.

This year also we will be celebrating a month-long festival from May 06 till June 05 and we will feature around 50 Scholars, Sages, and Seekers to share Shankara’s life and works across multiple dimensions that include Philosophy, Oneness, Leadership, and more.

In this session Sri Karthik Sharma will speak on “ब्रह्म सत्यं जगन्मिथ्या जीवो ब्रह्मैव नापर: -Justification of Nondual nature of Brahman


Karthik Sharma

Assistant Professor, School of Vedic Knowledge Systems

Karthik Sharma completed his traditional studies in Advaita Vedanta under Dr. K. S. Maheswaran Namboothiri’s guidance, completing all the 15 levels of exams followed by the Mahapareeksha in Advaita Vedanta at Kanchee Veda Vedanta Sastra Sabha, Tenali. Following this, he studied advanced Vedanta texts under Mahamahopadhyaya Dr. Mani Dravid Sastrigal. He also learned Tarka-Sastra in traditional style under Dr K. E. Devanathan. Karthik Sharma participates in traditional vakyartha sadas across India. Karthik Sharma was honoured with Golden Ring (Suvarnanguleeyakam) by Mahasannidhanam, Sringeri Mutt in the year 2019. He was also awarded with the title ‘Advaitavedantaratnam’ by Kanchi mutt and advaita-vedāntavidvanmaṇiḥ’ by Indic Academy.