Telugu Talks-55 (mp3 Audio - This is a downloadable product only - link shared by email)
These 55 discourses from the fourth phase of Mahabharata Project (MBJY 2019) commence from the episode of Dundhumara and elaborate on a part of the teachings from Sri Dharmavyadha Gita from Vana Parva. These discourses entail a detailed discussion on the subtle intricacies of Dharma while dispelling many common misconceptions about Swadharma, Ahimsa, Karma, Prarabdha etc. The famous instruction "Ahimsa Paramodharmaha" appears here in the Dharma Vyadha gita. In the course of understanding the import of this statement and the practical application of Ahimsa, Pujya Acharya Swamiji explained the contextual nature of Swadharma. The discussion on Karma, Jnana, Swarga and Moksha has been dealt with unparalleled detail and clarity that is rarely found in other texts. Some of the main topics covered are-
# When will Knowledge illuminate our life? #Attitude towards the world #Sadhana and Kartavyam # Significance of Madhu-Kaitabha episode #When will the mind rest? #What do Parents wish for children? #Definition of Dharma #Who is a Pativrata?#Significance of Bhiksha in the teaching tradition #Dhyanam - Paradhyanam - Apadhyanam # How to decide swadharma? #Respecting my duty as unique #9-point plan for Karma Yoga #Formula for Karma Yoga #Asuya & its ill-effects #Discovering Happiness in doing Duty #Obstacles in following Dharma #The psychology behind Sin #Forms of Greed #What is Sishtachaaram? #Dharma Acharana for Jnanam #Deciphering "Ahimsa Paramo Dharmaha" #Deciding between Himsa & Ahimsa #Different forms of Himsa #Is Vegetarianism also Himsa? #3-fold nature of Samsara #Karma & Moksham #Karma Phalam & Bondage #"I" view & "World" View #Knowing the Doer #Kama, Artha and Dharma from standpoint of Sukham #What is "Jnana Chakshu" ?#Art of Renunciation etc...
Sravanam Recommended along with Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Adi & Sabha parva (45 lectures in 2016), Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-I (54 lectures in 2017) & Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-II (52 lectures in 2018)
Highly recommended for those interested in Vedic teachings and Hindu Religion. This will delight the seekers of Vedanta.