Advaita Vedanta – A journey to fulfilment





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Advaita Vedanta is probably the best known schools of philosophy from India that is now known around the world. This Non-dualist school is considered the pearl of Eastern wisdom and it has influenced virtually all schools of Indian thought.

The supreme truth of Advaita is the nondual reality of the supreme consciousness, in which the individual soul, atman and the supreme consciousness, Brahman reside are One. It was Adi (meaning “first” in Sanskrit) Shankara who gave Advaita its name and actively tried to spread its ideas.

Join RV Giridhar, an Advaita Vedanta teacher and semiconductor technologist as he takes us into a mind expanding journey of Adavaita Vedanta.

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– Topic: Advaita Vedanta – A journey to fulfilment
– Date: 2nd July, Friday
– Time: 6:30 PM IST

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R.V. Giridhar

Giridhar was born in India grew up in Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. He got his Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Regional Engineering College in Tiruchirapalli and subsequently got an M.Eng and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in NY and joined Intel corporation in Santa Clara, CA to work on Flash Memory Technology development. Over his 36yr career at Intel he has contributed to or overseen increase of Flash Memory Chip capacities by 4 Million times and currently serves as Vice President of NAND Technology Development based in Santa Clara, CA. Over the past 10years he has devoted his personal time to studying the Vedanta including Upanishads and Bhagavad Gita under the guidance of Swami Santatmananda, himself a student of Swami Dayanada Saraswati. Giridhar has found the ancient wisdom of Vedanta to be profoundly transformational and started sharing his learning over the last few years with small groups of serious students in India and USA. He uses his diverse background to help unlock the wisdom of Vedanta to modern students.