• Vedanta Sutram

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      The Vedanta Sutra is presented here in its original Sanskrit language and translated into English with gracefully detailed purports in three languages by Mahamandaleshwar Mahant Krsna Balaram Swami.

      Format: Length 8.75″ x Width 5.91″ x 1.50″ Height (Inches), 2.21 Lbs, 797 Pages, Hardbound

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    THE HIGHEST KNOWLEDGE

     

    The Vedas from India are widely understood to be the most ancient and extensive body of knowledge known to man. There we can find knowledge about everything imaginable. Architecture, medicine, history, astronomy, principles of governance; from the metaphysical to the spiritual to the philosophical — all encompassing and beautifully elaborated. But it is the spiritual knowledge that stands out as the brightest beacon of true light.

     

    The Vedanta Sutra, compiled in Sanskrit by the sage Vyasa millions of years ago, is the conclusion of all the Vedas and contains the highest knowledge for the good of every living being. The attentive reader will be rewarded with vision and clarity about the ultimate goal of life, the origins of the universe, the spirit soul, the root cause of karma, how to obtain liberation from birth and death, and the knowledge about God Himself.

     

    For those who are seriously interested in the highest form of spiritual understanding, the Vedanta Sutra is so perfect, straight forward, and illuminating, that it can quickly transform the life of the sincere seeker. The Vedanta Sutra is presented here in its original Sanskrit language and translated into English with gracefully detailed purports in three languages by Mahamandaleshwar Mahant Krsna Balaram Swami. This book is a priceless gem and will be appreciated by scholars and laymen alike. We are certain that all sincere seekers of truth and the inner meanings of Vedic wisdom will treasure this rare historic volume for a long time to come, and after reading will consider it one of the most valuable additions to their collection.

     

    —Bhagavat Press

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