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Swami Mukundananda ji is preacher of Jagadguru Kripalu Ji Maharaj.

 

 

 

“Increase your longing to meet God. Keeping His form before you, pray to Him to bestow His Grace. Let your heart melt in tears of love.”

 


 

 

Swami Mukundananda is a renowned spiritual teacher from India, and is the senior disciple of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. He is a unique sanyasi (in the renounced order of life),

who has a distinguished material educational background as

well. Hearing the profound secrets of the Vedas from him is a rare privilege, for he is able to explain the ancient esoteric Vedic knowledge with rigorous scientific logic, in the modern context.

 

Academic and Professional Accomplishments 

Swami Mukundananda finished his B.Tech. from the world-renowned Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He then completed his MBA from the equally distinguished Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. After that he worked for some time with one of India's topmost industrial house.

However, material education did not quench his thirst for knowing the Absolute Truth. The longing for God was so strong that he renounced his career and began travelling throughout India as a sanyasi.

 

At the Lotus Feet of his Spiritual Master 

Ultimately his search took him to the lotus feet of his Spiritual Master, Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Maharaj. He was overawed by the unfathomable scriptural knowledge and ocean of Divine love that he saw manifest in his Gurudev. 

 

Under the guidance of Shree Maharajji, he practiced intense sadhana while residing at the ashram. He also extensively studied the Vedic scriptures, and the Indian and Western systems of philosophy. On completion of his studies, his Guru entrusted him with the key task of propagating the ancient knowledge about the Eternal Truth, the world over.

 

Worldwide Mission 

Ever since, Swamiji has been traveling far and wide, awakening hundreds of thousands of seekers. Using perfect logic, and a simple-yet-scientific approach, Swamiji offers new ways of understanding and applying the knowledge of the Scriptures in our daily lives. The hallmark of his speech is the ease with which he dispels various myths and misnomers associated with the various paths of God-realization and the ability to penetrate even the toughest minds and convince them with his depth and scriptural veracity.

 

Inspiring Discourses 

Swamiji has now been delivering religious discourses for the last twenty four years, as a preacher of the Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat.  In India, Swamiji attracts huge audiences. He often tours outside India as well. He has inspired thousands of people in USA, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, where his visit is always anxiously awaited. His simple, scientific and interesting presentation of the philosophy is so powerful that it has changed the lives of thousands of people.

 

His lectures cover the teachings of the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavatam, Puranas, Bhagavad Geeta, Ramayan, and other Eastern and Western philosophies. Like the true disciple of a true master, Swamiji masterfully quotes from scriptures of different religions, to satisfy even the most discerning of knowledge seekers. He also reveals the simple and straightforward way of God-realization which can be practiced by anyone. Another special feature about his lectures is that he establishes every spiritual truth through scriptural quotations, irrefutable logic and humorous real-life illustrations. His wisdom filled anecdotes, humorous stories and clarity has the audience both enthralled and entertained for the entire duration of his lecture!

 

Lecture Topics

The discourses offered by Swamiji are specially designed for those people who have unanswered questions

about spirituality, and are looking for satisfactory answers. Some of the questions addressed in his lectures are:

  • What is the goal of life?

  • We are all searching for happiness, yet we remain discontented. Why?

  • What is the nature of God? Why is He beyond our intellect, mind and senses?

  • What is the Grace of God? How is it attained?

  • What is sharanagati or surrender to God?

  • Why do we experience lust, anger, greed, envy, illusion etc.? How can they beconquered?

  • The Vedas mention three paths to God-realization: karm, gyan and bhakti. What is the difference between them? Who is qualified for which path?

  • Do all paths of karm, gyan and bhakti lead to the same goal or different goals?

  • Is it possible to attain God even while staying in household life? What is the karm yog of the Bhagavad Gita?

  • What is the difference between the worship of the personal and the impersonal forms of God?

  • What is Divine love and how is it different from worldly love?

  • How can one establish a personal relationship with God?

  • What is the basis for choosing one's worshipped form of God?

  • What do the scriptures say about the need for a Spiritual Master? How do we recognize a genuine Guru?

  • What is meditation? How and when should Sadhana (devotional practice) be done ?

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