Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai

Swami Sarvapriyanandaji: Talk at Teacher’s Meet – 2014-10-09

Swami Sarvapriyanandaji Maharaj – Short talk at a Teacher’s Meet conducted at Sarada Vidyalaya, T.Nagar, Chennai on 9th October 2014.

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Sri Lakshmi Puja Bhajans – 2014

Sri Lakshmi Puja was celebrated at our Math on 7th October 2014.

October 07 Tuesday
04.45 pm Sri Lakshmi Sahasranama Kumkum & Pushpa Archana
06.15 pm Arati to Sri Guru Maharaj
07.00 pm Special Puja & Bhajan
08.55 pm Arati to Lakshmi Devi
09.15 pm Prasad

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Durga Puja Bhajans – 2014

Sri Durga Puja was celebrated at our Math on Sep 30 to Oct 04 2014. Following Bhajans rendered by Swami Atmajnananda and Swami Nilamadhavananda on the occasion of Sri Durga Puja

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Swami Akhandananda Jayanti – Discourse by Swami Buddhidananda Sep 24 2014

Swami Akhandananda Jayanti was celebrated at our Math on September 24, 2014. In the evening, Swami Buddhidananda gave a discourse in English on the life of Swami Akhandananda Jayanti.

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Srimad Bhagavatam Lecture Series (Tamil) by Swami Paramasukhananda

The Srimad Bhagavata (or Srimad Bhagavatam) is one of the few main Puranas and a great Book on Bhakti (devotion). It consists of 18000 verses and is regarded as an encyclopedia of spiritual philosophy. Attributed to the sage Vyasa the Bhagavata (also Bhagavatam) illustrates religious truths with stories of ancient India’s saints, seers and kings. The book also deals in part with the life of Lord Krishna. Swami Paramasukhananda, a monk of the Ramakrishna Order will deliver the weekly lecture in Tamil every Tuesday at the Math Auditorium. The lecture will begin at 5.30 pm. All are welcome. Please refer to the monthly calendar for more information http://www.chennaimath.org/category/events/monthly-calendar

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Amudha Mozhigal Lecture Series in Tamil by Srimat Swami Gautamananda Maharaj

Amudha Mozhigal is the tamil rendition of The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna.

Srimad Swami Gautamanandaji Maharaj, the Adhyaksha of Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai, will deliver the lecture in Tamil every alternate Saturdays at the Math Auditorium. The lecture will begin at 5.30 pm. All are welcome. Please refer to the monthly calendar for more information http://www.chennaimath.org/category/events/monthly-calendar

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Bhagavad Gita Lecture Series by Srimat Swami Gautamananda Maharaj

The Bhagavad Gita, The Song of the God, often referred to as simply the Gita, is a 700-verse scripture that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. This scripture contains a conversation between Pandava prince Arjuna and his guide Lord Krishna on a variety of theological and philosophical issues.

Srimad Swami Gautamanandaji Maharaj, the Adhyaksha of Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai, will deliver the lecture in English, every alternate Sundays at the Math Auditorium. The lecture will begin at 5.30 pm. All are welcome. Please refer to the monthly calendar for more information http://www.chennaimath.org/category/events/monthly-calendar

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Kathopanishad Lectures in Tamil by Swami Suprajnananda

All Upanishads are written in Sanskrit, and the commentary by Acharya Shankara is taken as the most authentic. Upanishads are based on the dialogue between a realized soul acting as the Teacher, Rishi, and a sincere seeker of Truth who approaches Him as a disciple. In Katha Upanishad the teacher is Yama – Death Himself – and the student is a young Nachiketa in his teens. This Upanishad is one of the most popular Upanishads for its simplicity and clarity in making the subject matter regarding the highest truth easily comprehensible. It consists altogether of 120 verses. Swami Suprajnananda, a monk of the Ramakrishna Order delivers a weekly lecture in Tamil on Kathopanishad, every Friday at the Math Auditorium. The lecture will begin at 5.30 pm. All are welcome. Please refer to the monthly calendar for more information http://www.chennaimath.org/category/events/monthly-calendar

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