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Swami Rama Tirtha



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Other Names and Nicknames: 
Swami Rama
Function: 
Philosopher
Traditions: 
Vedanta, Spiritual patriotism
Main Countries of Activity: 
India
Date of Birth: 
October 22, 1873
Place of Birth: 
Murariwala, a village in the district of Gujranwala, Punjab, India
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
No
Date Left His/Her Body: 
October 17, 1906
Ancestor Gurus: 


Gaudapada



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Function: 
Guru
Traditions: 
Advaita Vedanta
Main Countries of Activity: 
India
Date of Birth: 
Unknown
Place of Birth: 
not Known
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
No
Date Left His/Her Body: 
Unknown
Ancestor Gurus: 


Glimpses of Vedanta Part---1

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Glimpses of Vedanta
By S. N. Sastri
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Contents
1. Introduction to Advaita Vedanta
2. Mind is the key to happiness



Vedic Marriage Ceremony Part---1

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Vedic Marriage Ceremony
By S. N. Sastri



PANCHADASI--- part 60

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E text source- www.celectel.org 6.Such a knower through his knowledge takes himself beyond good and evil and is ever engaged in meditation on the Self.



Glimpses of Vedanta Part---3

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Glimpses of Vedanta
By S. N. Sastri

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Contents
1. Introduction to Advaita Vedanta
2. Mind is the key to happiness



Glimpses of Vedanta Part---2

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Glimpses of Vedanta
By S. N. Sastri

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Contents
1. Introduction to Advaita Vedanta
2. Mind is the key to happiness



PANCHADASI--- part 61

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E Text source- www.celextel.org 35.(Objection): The absence of misery does not necessarily imply bliss, since objects like stone or clay are not seen to experience either misery or happiness.



PANCHADASI--- part 62

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E text source- www.celexte.org l66.The adepts in Vedanta say that the modifications of ignorance are subtle, whereas those of the intellect are gross.



Katha/Katho Upanishad---2

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