Commentaries

Globalizing wisdom

For over quarter of a century, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has been spreading the message of non-violence and wisdom. Using these principles, Sri Sri has offered spiritual guidelines for daily living. Addressing challenging issues of the times in his articles, Sri Sri has provided a spiritual insight into diverse subjects such as climate change, education, terrorism, corruption and inter-faith harmony. He communicates profound knowledge drawn from ancient Indian scriptures in a simple style which is easily understandable. His talks have been compiled into several books which have been translated into several Indian and international languages.

AshtavakraGita

The AshtavakraGita documents the unveiling of the highest knowledge in the form of a dialogue between the sage Ashtavakra and the wise King Janaka many thousands of years ago. It is one of the most profound discourses that exists. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar shows how, step-by-step, King Janaka is taken to deeper levels of understanding and how, we too, can apply this knowledge to our own lives.The AshtavakraGita documents the unveiling of the highest knowledge in the form of a dialogue between the sage Ashtavakra and the wise King Janaka many thousands of years ago. It is one of the most profound discourses that exists. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar shows how, step-by-step, King Janaka is taken to deeper levels of understanding and how, we too, can apply this knowledge to our own lives.

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras contain the aphorisms on practical and philosophical wisdom regarding the practice of yoga. Sri Sri delivered these talks in Weggis, Switzerland from December 26, 1994 to January 5, 1995.

NaradaBhakti Sutras

In these talks, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar explores the development and joy of bhakti, Divine love, while translating and explaining the original text of the Bhakti Sutras of the great sage Narada. The talks provide inspiration as well as practical insights to the seeker of truth.

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