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Shrimad Bhagavatam

Shrimad Bhagavatam
JKYog India is all set to launch an online class focusing on the enlightening teachings of "Shrimad Bhagavatam," following the success of its extensive study on "Ramayan Rahasya." The upcoming class, to be conducted in Hindi by Shailee Adhikari, aims to explore the profound teachings of this revered Mahapurana. "Shrimad Bhagavatam" is one of the most celebrated scriptures in Hinduism, consisting of twelve cantos that narrate the divine pastimes of Shree Krishna. This upcoming class promises to provide invaluable insights into the philosophy of bhakti (devotion) and the path to spiritual enlightenment by delving deep into the profound teachings of this revered text.

The online class will feature Swami Mukundananda's insightful lectures exploring the topics covered in "Shrimad Bhagavatam" and the essence of bhakti. Participants can expect a comprehensive study of each canto, unravelling the timeless wisdom contained within this revered scripture. The class is a dynamic learning experience that includes interactive sessions, Q&A segments, and quizzes. These unique elements are designed to actively engage participants, deepen their understanding, clarify doubts, and, most importantly, apply the teachings of "Shrimad Bhagavatam" to their lives.

Prepare to embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and spiritual enlightenment. This detailed and extensive study of "Shrimad Bhagavatam" will deepen your understanding of devotion, spirituality, and divine love and provide you with the tools to apply these principles in your daily life. The online class promises to be an enriching experience, offering spiritual knowledge and wisdom seekers a structured and engaging platform to explore the timeless teachings of "Shrimad Bhagavatam."
Thorough in-depth knowledge
Live Interaction
Q & A
In Hindi
Day: Every Monday
Time: 07:30 PM IST
Moderator: Shailee Adhikari
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Shailee Adhikari
Ramayan Rahasya - Hindi
Shrimad Bhagavatam - Hindi
Anand Ki Khoj - Hindi
Sharanagati ka Rahasya - Hindi
She conducts Ramayan Rahasya course every Saturday and Sunday.

Online Session Blogs

Cultivating Positive Thoughts: Insights from Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Cultivating Positive Thoughts: Insights from Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Apr 26th, 2024
वितर्कबाधने प्रतिपक्षभावनम्
vitarkabādhane pratipakṣabhāvanam
Translation: Contrary thoughts should be cultivated to obstruct thoughts that are inimical to Yoga.

Sutra 2.33 of Patanjali Yoga Sutra …
The Path to True Freedom: Offering Our Actions to God
The Path to True Freedom: Offering Our Actions to God
Apr 21st, 2024
Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, verse 9 states that true freedom comes from offering our actions to God without seeking personal gain.
यज्ञार्थात्कर्मणोऽन्यत्र लोकोऽयं कर्मबन्धन: |
तदर्थं कर्म कौन्तेय मुक्तसङ…
Exploring the Niyama: Purity, Gentleness, and Lack of Covetousness
Exploring the Niyama: Purity, Gentleness, and Lack of Covetousness
Apr 19th, 2024
Throughout our previous classes, we have delved deep into the fundamental concepts of moral obligations and divine traits. We have explored the perspectives of various renowned figures whose ideas ar…
Embracing Devotion is the best way to celebrate Ram Navami
Embracing Devotion is the best way to celebrate Ram Navami
Apr 15th, 2024
In Kaliyug, the age of darkness and moral decline, the most accessible path to attaining the Divine is by chanting God's name. This belief finds resonance in the divine pastimes of Bhagwan Ram and Lo…
The Two Paths to Spiritual Perfection in Bhagavad Gita: Buddhi Yog and Sānkhya Yog
The Two Paths to Spiritual Perfection in Bhagavad Gita: Buddhi Yog and Sānkhya Yog
Apr 14th, 2024
Chapter One of the Bhagavad Gita, known as Arjun viṣhād yog, introduces the setting where Arjun's grief and lamentation arise, creating a reason for Shree Krishna to give spiritual instructions. …
The Moral Obligations that Aid Our Spiritual Development
The Moral Obligations that Aid Our Spiritual Development
Apr 12th, 2024
Certain moral obligations can aid our spiritual development. By following them, we can make progress on our spiritual journey.

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