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Prakarana Grantha
Prakarana Grantha
Teacher / Author : Swami Dayananda Saraswati
Place / Year : various places and years from 1990-2011
Content / Series :

• TATTVABODHAH - 29 Classes / 1990
• NAISHKARMYASIDDHI - 68 Classes / 1993
• ADVAITA MAKARANDA - 15 Classes / 1995
• DRG-DRSYA VIVEKA - 33 Classes / 2011

Nos. of Classes : 145 Classes
Language : English
Audio File Format : MP3, 128 kbps, 44.1 kHz
USB Drive Cap. : 8 Gb
Price : Rs.1000

    Drg Drsya Viveka is a Prakarana text which highlights the individual, his bondage, liberation and the means for liberation.

    Clear knowledge is called Viveka. The topic of Drg Drsya Viveka is the discriminative analysis between drk, or subject, and drsyam, the object. Mixing up the two is the cause for what is called samsara. We have to resolve this confusion through self-knowledge.


    Tattvabodha is a Prakarana text for a student beginning the study of Vedanta. Vedanta is a highly analysed subject matter and the various, oft-repeated terminologies in the texts, may leave a spiritual neophyte more than a little bewildered.

    A thorough assimilation of Tattvabodha will help one gain a foothold, for any future study of Vedanta.

    «Tattvabodhah helps you appreciate the beauty, profundity and vastness of the vision of Vedanta» Pujya Swamiji


    Advaita Makaranda by Lakshmidhara Kavi (later: Krishendra Saraswati) is a Prakarana Grantha (also: «Manana Grantha») which takes for granted that a student has studied Vedanta already consistently and systematic for a length of time with a competent teacher.

    The text consists of 28 verses/slokas, of which 26 (28 minus first and last) are considered to be the flowers from which the honey of Advaita Jnanam is extracted. «Makaranda» therefore refers to «Advaita jnanam» which is very sweet, nourishing and energizing to the mind.

    Pujya Swamiji considered Advaita Makaranda a text for advanced students and taught it at the end of his long-term courses on Vedanta and Sanskrit.


    Naishkarmyasiddhi is believed to be authored by Sureshvaracharya, a direct disciple of Adi Shankara.

    «Naishkarmya» means actionless. Atma is understood to be without action, to be action-less, and in the term Naishkarmya Siddhi, «naishkarmya» means «atmasvarupam» (essential or ‘own’ nature of atma) and «siddhi» means «attainment, accomplishment, prapti».

    The term Naishkarmyasiddhi therefore means «atma svarupa siddhi» , «attaining my own nature».

    «Accomplishment of the ever accomplished atmasvarupam through knowledge» is Naishkarmya Siddhi.

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