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Kathopanishad with Sankara Bhashya

Chinmaya International Foundation brings you an online camp on Kathopanishad with Shankara-bhaṣya, commentary by Sri Adi Shankara. The camp will be facilitated by Br. Ved Chaitanya.

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Chinmaya International Foundation brings you an online camp on Kathopanishad with Shankara-bhaṣya, commentary by Sri Adi Shankara. The camp will be facilitated by Br. Ved Chaitanya.

Camp Highlights

  • A dialogue between an aspiring disciple, Nachiketas, and Yama, the Deity of Death
  • Lucid and easy to follow methodology with sessions on doubt-clarification
  • Doubt clarification sessions will be conducted as per the campers’ requirement.
  • Recorded sessions will be made available for a month after the camp.

About Katha Upanishad

The Katha-upanishad is an important Sanskrit treatise of Vedanta. Also titled "Death as Teacher", this treatise is one of the mukhya Upanishads commented upon by Sri Adi Shankara. This Upanishad consists of two main parts divided further into six chapters. In the first chapter, one finds the story and history of Naciketas and the boons he requested from Yama, the Lord of Death; the second chapter mentions the characteristics required of a liberation aspirant and about the path to liberation; the third chapter contains the relation between the Jivatma and the Paramatma and the manner in which the Jiva can overcome death successfully; the fourth, fifth and sixth chapters reinstate the contents of the earlier chapters in a much authoritative way and also relate about re-birth, the way in which a Yogi should leave his body behind etc.

Camp Facilitator

Br. Ved Chaitanya comes from a family steeped in the Chinmaya Mission. An electronics and telecommunication engineer from Pune, he withdrew from work in TCS to follow his heart. He received Brahmacharya Diksha in 2013. Cheerful, kind-hearted, and a scholarly student of Sanskrit and Vedanta, his particular interest is in the application of Vedanta in daily life.

7th

March 2022

Event Details

Starting :7th March, 2022

Schedule: Every first two weeks (Monday to Friday), every month

Time: 7:00 to 8:00 PM IST

Duration: 60 sessions over 6 months

Mode of camp: Online

Camp Donation: ₹ 5000 / US$ 145

Topic: Kathopanishad

Language: English

Age Bracket: 18 above

Contact Details: +91 92077 11136 / +91 92077 11137

Email Us: welcometocif@chinfo.org


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Schedule
  • Camp Starts on (07-03-2022)
  • Last Date for Registration (01-08-2022)