'Upadesha’ means teaching and ‘sara’ implies essence. The title thus indicates the essence of the teaching (of Vedanta). The crux of the four paths to Realisation – karma-yoga, bhakti-yoga, aṣṭāṅga-yoga and jñāna-yoga – is expounded upon by Sri Ramana Maharshi in thirty simple yet profound verses.
Upadesha-sara, addressed to yogins blindly following the path of purva-mimamsa, is an essential prakarana-grantha for gaining an overview of the spiritual path. Sri Ramana Maharshi's unique and direct method of Self-enquiry is the highlight of the text.
These discourses by Swami Advayananda, President CIF, were recorded in November 2021 during the Vedanta Sadhaka Course held at Adi Sankara Nilayam.
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