Advaita Makaranda composed by Sri Lakshmidhara Kavi encapsulates the sweet nectar of the essence of Advaita Vedanta. The 28 verses use reasoning and logic to expound the non-dual nature of the Brahman. The text uniquely explains the philosophy of Advaita with comprehensiveness, simplicity and precision.
These discourses by Swami Advayananda, In-charge CIF, in Tamil, were recorded during a spiritual camp at Chinmaya Gardens Coimbatore from 7th to 14th October, 2018.
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