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Objects of Sreyas Foundation

The objects of Sreyas Foundation are:

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  5. To conduct charitable activities for the holistic and integrated development of the society, especially in the areas of education, health, culture and tradition.
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Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda

Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda

Read complete works of Swami Vivekananda in English. You can read it’s Malayalam translation at www.sreyas.in/vivekananda

How to Excel in Mathematics

There is no royal road to Mathematics. Mathematicians, like poets, cannot be made but they are born. Still I have firm conviction that the following guiding principles and cautions, if strictly observed, shall convert Mathematics from a cold, unsociable stranger with...

The Importance of the Study of Mathematics

(This tract was written and published by Swami Rama while he was acting as Joint Professor of Mathematics at Forman Christian College, Lahore) I am fully aware of the difficulties which I shall have to encounter in trying to enlist your interest in what is commonly...

Puran

When I am pure I shall have solved the mystery of life, I shall be sure I am in Truth and Truth abides in me, I shall be safe and wholly free When I am pure. No jealousy, no fear; I’m the dearest of the dear, No sin, no sorrow: No past, no morrow; No rival, no foe, No...

To Rama

Still ever still with Thee I rest in a peaceful calm, On the world’s troubled stormy tea I float like a bird in the dawn. Ever at rest in infinite Love While the waves do surge and toss Knowing full well that in Thee I move, And never more can be lost. Thee in...

Yuzuf to Zuleikha

Not love thee!—ah! How much I loved. Long absent, years of grief have proved. But I would not passion’s victim be, And turned from sin, but not from thee. My love was pure, no plant of earth From my rapt being sprung to birth: I loved as angels might adore, And...
Sree Ramana Maharshi

Sree Ramana Maharshi

About Sree Ramana Maharshi of Thiruvannamalai and his teachings.

The Annihilation of Latencies

Direct knowledge of the Self has been gained, yet until this Realisation ensues, to be liberated while alive one should always meditate on Brahman with proper control of mind and senses.

Manana – Reflection

Always to direct the thought with subtle reasoning upon the non-dual Self that is now known indirectly, is called reflection.

Sravana – Hearing

From the shastras it is well known to consist of sravana, manana, nidhidhyasana and samadhi i.e., hearing the Truth, reflection, meditation and Blissful Peace. The Vedas themselves declare it to be so. “My dear, the Self must be heard from the master, reflected and meditated upon.” In another place it is said that in Blissful Peace the Self must be realised. The same idea has been repeated by Sri Sankaracharya in his Vakyavrtti, namely that until the meaning of the sacred text “I am Brahman” is realised in all its true significance, one must be practising sravana etc.

The Means of Accomplishment

In the body, senses etc., the concept “I” persists. With a one pointed mind turned inwards to look out for this “I” or the Self, which is the inmost Being within the five sheaths, is the enquiry into the Self. To seek elsewhere outside the body by an oral recital of Vedanta Shastra or a critical study of its words, cannot be called enquiry into the Self which can only be a thorough investigation into the true nature of the Self by a keen mind.

The Removal of Superimposition

The Supreme Truth is only the non- dual Brahman. All else is false and does not exist at any time. The srutis support it saying “Nothing is created or destroyed; there is no bondage or deliverance; no one is bound or desirous of release; there is no aspirant, no practiser and no one liberated. This is the Supreme Truth.” Removal of Superimposition thus consists in the knowledge of non-dual Reality, Pure Being, beyond Maya and its effects. Its realisation is Liberation while alive in the body (Jivanmukti).

Swami Rama Tirtha

Swami Rama Tirtha

Complete works of Swami Rama Tirtha in English.

How to Excel in Mathematics

There is no royal road to Mathematics. Mathematicians, like poets, cannot be made but they are born. Still I have firm conviction that the following guiding principles and cautions, if strictly observed, shall convert Mathematics from a cold, unsociable stranger with...

The Importance of the Study of Mathematics

(This tract was written and published by Swami Rama while he was acting as Joint Professor of Mathematics at Forman Christian College, Lahore) I am fully aware of the difficulties which I shall have to encounter in trying to enlist your interest in what is commonly...

Puran

When I am pure I shall have solved the mystery of life, I shall be sure I am in Truth and Truth abides in me, I shall be safe and wholly free When I am pure. No jealousy, no fear; I’m the dearest of the dear, No sin, no sorrow: No past, no morrow; No rival, no foe, No...

To Rama

Still ever still with Thee I rest in a peaceful calm, On the world’s troubled stormy tea I float like a bird in the dawn. Ever at rest in infinite Love While the waves do surge and toss Knowing full well that in Thee I move, And never more can be lost. Thee in...

Yuzuf to Zuleikha

Not love thee!—ah! How much I loved. Long absent, years of grief have proved. But I would not passion’s victim be, And turned from sin, but not from thee. My love was pure, no plant of earth From my rapt being sprung to birth: I loved as angels might adore, And...

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