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Jnana Yajna: Bhagavad Gita, Purushottama Yoga (Chapter 15)
by Pujya Swami Prakashananda Ji

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Jnana Yajna: Bhagavad Gita, Purushottama Yoga (Chapter 15)

by Pujya Swami Prakashananda Ji


Purushottama Yoga, the fifteenth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, is unique and though the shortest among the eighteen chapters, is a complete text by itself. It captures the essence of the Vedas. In this chapter, Bhagavan expounds the nature of Pure Awareness, Brahman, and how Brahman pervades the manifested world. Brahman is self-effulgent and is not illumined by the sun, moon or fire. He describes Brahman as a trinity of ksara, aksara and Uttama Purusa – perishable, imperishable and the Supreme Spirit. Chanting and understanding this chapter is very beneficial as it makes one wiser and helps one understand the very purpose of life and to live it fully.


This fifteenth chapter will be expounded by Pujya Swami Prakashananda, the Resident Swami of Chinmaya Mission Trinidad and Tobago. Inspired by Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda, Swamiji has profoundly influenced spiritual and community life in Trinidad and beyond. Since 1997, Chinmaya Mission Trinidad-Tobago has been instrumental in programs like Chinmaya Vidyalaya schools, fostering holistic growth.


Please attend  the Jnana Yajna from April 2 to 6 at Chinmaya Mission Boston to understand the essence of the Bhagavad Gita.


The event is open for ALL. Please see the flyer for all details.

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