• Panchadasi Tiru 2013 - VIDEO

Panchadasi, ‘the book with 15 chapters,’ was written in the 14th century by Vidyaranya Swami, one of the Shankaracharyas of Sringeri Math. Unlike some Vedantic texts, Panchadasi presents the entire teaching in a clearly arranged fashion that avoids excessive repetition of ideas. It is considered to be one of the greatest scriptures of Vedanta and a compulsory textbook for all serious inquirers. It is one of James’ personal favorites, an opinion shared by the great mahatma of Chennai, Swami Paramarthananda.

Specifications: 20 Videos (over 33 hours of teachings). Includes two extra Q & A sessions. Filmed in Tiruvannamalai in January 2013.

Note: While Panchadasi is beneficial to anyone, if you are new to the study of Vedanta, it would be helpful to first watch the videos on Tattva Bodha, Self-Inquiry, and the Bhagavad Gita in order to establish a familiarity with all of the necessary ideas and terminology. This will greatly assist your study of Panchadasi.

This series is available as an online download or on a USB flashdrive.  After you place your order, you will be contacted by e-mail and asked for your preference.  Then you will either be sent a download link though e-mail or a USB flashdrive through regular mail.

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Panchadasi Tiru 2013 - VIDEO

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