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Sat 15 Oct 2022

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Event Type: Date


This is very famous contradictory saying in Vedānta that, “The seeker himself is the sought”. That means what we seek in our life is the self itself! The self is the one who objectifies/illumines the entire creation and also all means of knowledge and their activities, so the question is how to know or realize the self? To make it clear the issues of knowing the self and methodology of the realization for the seekers, Bhagavān Ādi Shanakarācharya has composed the primary text called Aprokṣānubhūti, Realizing the Self evident. Aprokṣa means to know which one does not need to employ any means of knowledge, and anubhūti means realization.

In this text one can learn through all teaching methodologies, such as Dṛg-Dṛśya-viveka, pañca-koṣa-viveka, etc. clearly to understand the true nature of the self without any doubts. It is consisting of 144 verses. The uniqueness of this text is that at the end it teaches the method of Nididhyasanaṁ in details through the well known 15 words of the Pātañjala-yoga-sūtra, such as abhyāsa, yama, niyama, etc. – from verse 100 to 137.

Morning Sessions: 15Oct 2022 & 16Oct 2022 (10:00AM to 12:00PM IST)

Evening Sessions: 15Oct 2022 & 16Oct 2022 (04:00PM to 06:00PM IST)


Swamini Sadvidyananda

Disciple of Pujya Swami Dayananda Sarswati

Swamini Sadvidyananda Sarswati is a disciple of Pujya Swami Dayananda Sarswati, a great exponent of Vedanta and Hindu scriptures. She is teaching Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads in Gujarati in different towns of Gujarat like, Navasari, Bardoli, Valsad, Bilimora, Vyara and Bhavnagar for the last 25 years. Under the banner of her Trust – Arsha Vidya Tirhta, Navsari she has translated and published more than 37 books of her Revered Guru Swami Dayananda Saraswatiji into Gujarati. And from 1998 to 2003 she also translated voluminous book of 2000 on Bhagavad Gita “Gita Home Study” into Gujarati for the benefit of those who can understand it better in one’s own mother-language. She has also attended and presented papers in various conferences such as National Education conferences in Pune and Gwalior, Sri Vidya International Conference, Mysore, Namami Shankar, (Bhashya-parayanam) Kanyakumari, Vedanta Conference, Rishikesh, etc.