Viveka Chudamani–by Adi Sankaracharya

There is so much wisdom here to read.


Viveka Chudamani – by Adi Sankaracharya

The two Epics and the Prasthana thraya—the triple foundation of the Vedanta school of philosophical and spiritual system, namely the Upanishads, Brahma Sutras (Vedanta Sutras) and the Bhagavad-Gita—are the perennial sources of ethical and spiritual knowledge and wisdom, inspiring thousands of earnest seekers of truth. The great Sankaracharya’s Viveka Chudamani


Viveka Chudamani consists of 580 verses in Sanskrit, but unlike other scriptures, it is not divided into chapters and sections. However, it has the dialogue form of the Gita—here, between the Master and the disciple. The subject is dealt with in a direct, lucid and incisive way. It is comprehensible in its scope and covers a variety of subjects, viz, preparation to fit oneself, learning to discern the real from the false, controlling the personality to liberate oneself, and final union with the One.

Viveka Chudamani is considered to be the masterpiece of Advaita…

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