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Why you require knowledge of vedanta. Its a precious knowledge to make life blissfull irrespective of religion you are following.


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Human life today is a bundle of pain and sorrow

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the pain increases

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again it multiplies

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finally it hurts

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Man consoles himself with a self-made wisdom that sorrow and happiness are two sides of the life and it is impossible to get rid of sorrow

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Due to such twisted wisdom Struggle for earning Satisfying taste buds

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Saving for future Sensual enjoyment

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are dominating human life today Crying of pain Shouting of confusion

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and life has culminated into depression unfulfilled desires

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unsatisfied sensual pleasure unanswerable love

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shattered hopes unending scarcity

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and a tired circle of faithlessness

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We are misusing our life

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We have become aimless

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Now let us re-arrange ourselves and proceed towards ultimate goal

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Introspection shows that our every effort in life is directed towards search for peace and happiness

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That peace? which will provide us permanent satisfaction and will end all our sorrows forever

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Does such path exist? which can end our sorrows and lead us to peace

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Yes, there is a path which can lead us to peaceful and happy life

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and Which can bless us with completeness

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Our ancient sages have found this path through self introspection

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we are leading life of sorrow because of ignorance and knowledge is the only path for liberation

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knowledge of vedanta is that knowledge

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Vedas, the scriptures of Hindus contains the knowledge of vedanta

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the knowledge which will end the worldly sorrow and will lead us to happiness and wholeness

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Come let us acquire this knowledge of bliss and wholeness (The Hindi Website of Chinmaya Mission on Vedanta)

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