Shvetashvatara Upanishad, an important text on Vedanta, starts with a discussion on the original cause of creation. Whilst exploring concepts of time, space, nature, power, deities, heavens, karma and elements, it gives us a divine vision of viewing this multidimensional and vast world. Through beautiful mantras, we understand the role of meditation, devotion, prayer, surrender, the Guru and scriptures in our life. It mainly reveals the true nature of God / Truth and establishes our essential oneness with Him.
With the thought-provoking reflections of Swami Tejomayananda, every reader cannot help but come to the conclusion, ‘I am infinite and immortal in my true nature’.
Swami Tejomayananda is an outstanding teacher of Vedanta, with a profound depth beneath his simplicity and humility. He has a simple conviction – to fortify, strengthen and actualise the vision of his Guru, Swami Chinmayananda. Swamiji has written commentaries on many Vedantic texts and authored many original compositions on Vedanta and Bhakti (Devotion).