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Talavakara (Kena) Upanishat and Children Stotra classes by Shri Jayakrishna

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anantaguNapUrNatvAdagamyAya surairapi |sarveShTadAtre devAnAm namo nArAyaNAya te ||


Dear krishNabhaktas,Shri JayakrishNa Nelamangala will be conducting the following classes at his residence in Herndon, VA.



He will help students recite the upanishat and also will explain the upanishat using the bhashya of Acharya Madhva and the khandartha commentary of Shri Raghavendra swami.


Classes will be held every Sunday from 8:00AM to 9:00AM.




Every Sunday between 10:00AM and 11:00AM, Shri Jayakrishna conducts classes for children where he introduces them to Shastra in an engaging way through simple concepts, stories, and stotras.



Both classes are to be attended in person. Please RSVP to Shri Jayakrishna (jay) before attending the class from next week.Please inform your friends who are interested in learning the vedopanishats and madhva shastra.


Let us make use of this opportunity. You can contact me if you need any additional information.==================0================0================0=====================


Introduction to Talavakara Upanishat:


This Upanishad is in the fourth chapter of Talavakara Brahmana of Samaveda. Hence it is called Talavakaropanishad. It is also called as Kenopanishad as it begins with the word Kena. This word ‘kena’ by whom? Gives the clue to the central theme of this Upanishad viz. God directs all our activities. God regulates all. This Upanishad also brings out the fact that God is infinite, He cannot be fully comprehended by anyone. These two facts, viz. God regulates all and He cannot be comprehended fully are illustrated by an episode.



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