Vedanta Pravachan by Swami ji focuses on the central philosophical concepts of Hinduism detailing the attainment of the ultimate path of human salvation (moksha). During this discourse, Pujya Swami ji also refers to the various Upanishads and details the concept of Brahma (ultimate reality) and Aatma (the soul of the self). Pravachans center around the inter relation between the Brahma and the Aatma and the ways to achieve the former through the purification of the latter. The topic of true liberation, i.e. freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth is thoroughly discussed during this discourse.
Vedanta embodies the three canonical texts of Hindu philosophy, the Upanishads, the Brahma Sutras, and the Bhagwat Gita. The Upanishads, specifically, are said to be the source of some key concepts especially around moksha, atma, brahma etc. All these scriptures collectively seek to answer the basic question on the relation of the soul of the self with the ultimate power and finally conclude the Brahma to be the creator of the whole universe. The Vedanta philosophy talks, in great detail, about the tortuous cycle of death and rebirth and the true liberation that can be achieved through karma (actions).
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