Vedanta: The Culmination of Wisdom





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Published on May 25, 2011

The word "Veda" means knowledge, or wisdom. "Anta" means the culmination. The philosophical school of Vedanta represents the very highest teaching on the nature of man, God and creation in the whole of Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism). More, however, Vedanta represents the highest philosophical and spiritual teachings on earth. Vedanta is the culmination of all divine and human wisdom.

Filmed outside Detroit in May, 2009, this incomparably unique and historically groundbreaking talk by Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya is the most authoritative, succinct and philosophically accurate account of Vedanta philosophy ever recorded.

If your goal in life is to fully understand with complete philosophical certainty what, precisely, is the meaning of your life and of the reality that you presently find yourself in, this talk is the conclusive and long-sought answer to your query.

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