August 5 @ 8:00 pm - August 10 @ 1:00 pm
Topic: Pañcadaśī, Ch. 6
Among the many celebrated teachers of Vedanta who followed in the footsteps of Ādi Śaṅkara, few reached the stature of Śrī Vidyāraṇya, a 14th century sannyāsi and scholar from Karnataka. His best-known work is Pañcadaśī, a text of fifteen chapters that unfolds the teachings of Vedanta with great originality and unparalleled clarity. Swami Tadatmananda will teach selected portions of Chapter 6, the Citra-Dīpa-
Prakaraṇa, which opens with the famous metaphor comparing the world to a painted canvas (citra).