OUR GOAL is to bring the wisdom and spiritual knowledge of the Upanishads to the digital age, making it universally available, easily accessible, and open to constructive debate. We wish to do this in a manner that helps people around the world, across varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds, live better lives. They should face the challenges of today and tomorrow in an abler and wiser way.
OUR KEY OBJECTIVES in launching this website are:
- To make the original and translated versions of these ancient treasures accessible with a click from anywhere in the world.
- To provide a freely accessible digital collaboration platform on which people from varied cultural and geographic backgrounds can learn, debate and interact with one another about the wisdom contained in these manuscripts, and their applicability in the modern era.
- To leverage the power and reach of the ubiquitous web-based information storage and collaboration tools coupled with social networking features to create an unparalleled multi-faceted human knowledge repository that will serve and have a positive impact on generations to come.
VISITORS may draw such benefits as:
- Study the material here to understand life better.
- Get inspired by short pieces of writing that connect to daily life issues like stress, anger, envy and fear.
- Listen to uplifting recitations of the mantras or whole hymns.
- Watch interesting video clips to arrive at new angles of view.
- Ask questions and receive answers in a short while.
- Take a look at answers supplied to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
- Go over the original mantras, their transliteration and their meanings (translations).
- Listen to talks by eminent speakers.
- Watch videos of talks by experts.
- Log on and take part in periodic webinars - To be Announced.
- Do a course of study on an e-learning platform - To be Announced.
- Listen to the audio or watch the video of a speech by a guest teacher - To be Announced.
1. Isa,Kena,Mundaka Upanishads – Sri Shankara Commentary – 192 Pgs
2. The Secret of Veda – Aurobindo – 614 Pgs
3. The Upanishads Translations by Mead – Toronto Univ. – 152 pages.