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How Do I Know? Critical Analysis of Vedanta Paribhasha

Author Name: Dr. K. Sadananda | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

When we see something, instantaneously a thought forms in the mind. Objective Scientists have no tools to evaluate how the sensory input about the perceived object is transformed into thought in the mind. This aspect has been analyzed by our Vedic scholars. Dharmaraja Advarindra of the 17th century presented in his book ‘Vedanta Paribhasha’, how they analyzed this problem. This book provides a critical analysis of Vedanta Paribhasha dealing with how knowledge takes place in the mind from the perspective of a scientist and a Vedantin.  

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Dr. K. Sadananda

Dr. K. Sadananda is a Material Scientist by profession, worked at the US Naval Research Laboratory as the Head of Deformation and Fracture, has published extensively in Science, and has received many awards including the Fellow of the American Society of Materials, International, and the Best Paper Award from the Society.  

He retired in 2005 and now works as a private consultant in the United States for six months a year and spends six months in India. He was a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. 

He is a disciple of Swami Chinmayanandaji, a founding trustee of Chinmaya Mission, Washington Regional Center, and Shree Siva Vishnu Temple in Maryland, USA. He teaches Vedanta on behalf of the Chinmaya Mission. He authored several books on Advaita, three volumes of ‘Journey Beyond: A Non-Dual Approach,’ ‘Transcending Science,’ ‘The Self and the Supreme,’ and ’The Divine Garland,’ all published by the Indic Academy.  He also authored a book ‘Introduction to Vedanta.’ The Indic Academy also sponsored many of his talks on Vedanta and made them available on you-tube under Acharya Sadaji. He is married to Smt. Mrinalini Sadananda, a well-known Kuchipudi dancer and choreographer. 



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