Links to various sources that can help you learn more about Hinduism
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- Online Access to Upanishads
This site provides links to the Upanishads as well as various translations. Users can directly look at the scriptures through this online forum. The Upanishads are sacred religious texts that expound upon various teachings within Hinduism.
- Hindu Culture: An Introduction by Swami Tejomayananda
This is a book that goes over various aspects of Hindu culture and explains in depth the significance of various stories, festivals, and more. Swami Tejomayananda has written in a very concise, detailed way and makes it very easy for everyone to understand.
- Self Unfoldment by Swami Chinmayananda
A book that thoroughly and practically explains foundations and key concepts/principles of Vedanta such as meditation, karma, yoga, mindfulness, etc.
- Article: “Six Streams of Hindu Philosophy” https://www.hinduismtoday.com/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=5724
This PDF delves into the different schools of knowledge within Hinduism. It contains detailed information about similarities and differences concerning the various schools of thought.
- Informational video by Cogito about Hinduism:
This video includes various animations and narration to provide a brief history of Hinduism as well as various facts about religion itself.
- Interview by Swami Chinmayananda on Hinduism’s common questions:
In this video, Swami Chinmayananda meets with leaders in Melbourne to talk about various concepts. This interview was taken in June 1984.
- Swami Chinmayananda explaining why there are so many paths in Hinduism:
In this video, Swami Chinmayananda explains the importance of having many different paths in Hinduism, based on a verse from one of Hinduism’s most famous texts, the Bhagavad Gita. He is famous around the world for having delivered countless teachings on the Gita and his amazing commentary, written in such a way that makes it relatable and easy to understand.
- Live Vedanta Podcast: https://www.chykwest.com/live-vedanta/
Think link provides information about the Live Vedanta podcast that is facilitated by Shri Vivekji of Chinmaya Mission. Each podcast episode focuses on a range of topics that helps listeners understand the connection between Vedanta and everyday life.