Yoga Philosophy

Tattva Bodha – Discovering the Truth

An eight-day exploration into basic vedanta

आनंद: क:? सुखस्वरुप:
What is Bliss?
It is of the nature of absolute happiness…

I desire happiness, yet I am unable to experience it most of the time. What is ‘real’ and what is ‘unreal’? What is the goal of life?
Ancient wisdom has proved consistently that right knowledge can lead us to a more meaningful, peaceful life. Tattvabodha by the great sage Adi Sankaracharya is an ideal introduction to the principles of advaita vedanta. Immerse yourself in this profound knowledge of the ultimate Truth, where in two separate four-day sessions we examine the different aspects of existence, arriving at a deeper understanding of the unity of all things and the nature of the Self.

Presented by Srinivas Pulluri, a traditional teacher of Yoga, Vedanta and Sanskrit studies. Srinivas ji is guest faculty at the Sivananda International Ashrams in India and Thailand, and has lectured on Vedantic studies and yoga philosophy the world over. He has currently taken his expertise online to help spread the ancient wisdom of yoga.

Upcoming Batches

Session 1 – 4 days — 9th – 12th September

  • What are the different methods of arriving at the Supreme Truth (Pramanas)?
  • What is the goal in life?
  • What are the key texts that are the foundation of Vedantic knowledge?
  • What are the steps to attain Self-realisation—Sadhana Chatushtaya?
  • What is the real and what is the unreal—Satyam and Mithya?

Session 2 – 4 days – 23rd – 26th September

  • The Three Bodies
  • The Five Koshas
  • Satchidananda
  • Creation
  • Three Types of Karma

Two 4-day sessions  | Total 8 days

9th – 26th September | 16.30 – 17.30 hrs IST

Donation : INR 2750 (~ 38 USD)

Registration Closed

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Sivananda Opening & Closing Prayer: download

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