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Explore Vedanta Website

Postby Mira » Sat Jul 30, 2016 8:47 am

Hi everyone,

Some of you already know about this site since it was posted on the SW Facebook page.

For those who don't know..
http://explorevedanta.com/ is a site which I've developed along with my friend and fellow Ramji student, Samadhi(Lidija).

On the website we have created a course called "Basics of Vedanta". The course is basically a compilation of teachings of Ramji, Swami Dayananda and Swami Paramarthananda, but in a systematic modular structure. The course was created keeping beginners in mind, but is useful to advanced students as well to refresh their knowledge.

We have also borrowed teachings from Swami Viditatmananda and Shining World endorsed teachers like Sundari, Ted and Tan in some places.

In each module we mention the source texts in the bottom.

This is the Table of Contents for the course:
http://explorevedanta.com/vbc-table-of-contents/

The initial idea behind the site was to create a small Vedanta course in Latvian and Russian, because not much Vedanta content is available in these languages. But as we started working, there was more and more information that we felt could not be kept out. So now, it's become a somewhat big course.

But we feel that it's still easy to navigate through the course, and we have kept expandable text everywhere so that you don't see a big wall of text staring at you.

Also, we have made many images to explain the concepts, and to prevent the content from being "too dry" for beginners.

This will be a multi-lingual site. We hope to translate the website to Latvian and Russian in future.

I hope you will find ExploreVedanta an useful resource in your Vedantic studies..


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