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Lord Krishna’s silence in the first chapter of Gita is as profound as His eloquence in the rest of the chapters.

L Ramaswamy

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Sun 22 Nov 2020

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (UTC+5.5)

Silence of Krishna – Gita & Counselling

Though great masters like Adi Shankaracharya begin their commentary of Bhagavad Gita from the second chapter, it is useful to look into the description of Arjuna in first chapter from the perspective of a person in deep anguish and the method to counsel him.

Lord Krishna’s silence in the first chapter of Gita is as profound as His eloquence in the rest of the chapters. The insightful lesson on psychology and body language indicated here is as important for us as the deep philosophy contained in Gita.

Advaita Academy is happy to collaborate with Vedanta Institute Kolkata which is hosting this talk on Bhagavad Gita by Sri L Ramaswamy.

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L Ramaswamy

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Shri L Ramaswamy is a senior disciple of internationally eminent philosopher & spiritual guide Swami Parthasarathy. He graduated in B.Com & ICWAI in Chennai and worked with a leading management consultant firm in Chennai for a period of two years. Shri Ramaswamy is also a member of MENSA, an international society of high IQ people. Shri Ramaswamy devoted over 5 years to intense study and research of Vedanta philosophy (knowledge of life and living) under the guidance of Swami Parthasarathy at Vedanta Academy near Pune, India. During the last 2 years of his study, he was also actively engaged in promoting the knowledge at various cities in India and abroad. Presently stationed in the city of Kolkata, India, as a senior alumnus and Research Scholar of Vedanta Academy since February 2002, Shri Ramaswamy has engaged himself to full-time propagation of knowledge through study classes and discussion groups on Vedanta. He is also the Chief Events Coordinator for Vedanta activities in Kolkata. He has addressed variegated audiences in India & abroad on practical techniques & application of Self-Management principles based on Vedanta.