Dharma, Moksha and Existence || Part 2 || Brahma Sutras || 17 March 2011

October 7, 2020

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Name of Convention: Brahma Sutras Session on: Dharma, Moksha and Existence Date : 17 March 2011 Venue : Adi Kailasa, Bengaluru, India Part 2 : Dharma, Moksha and Existence In this video Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism HDH #Nithyananda Paramashivam gives the most powerful understanding of dharma and moksha through a question and answer session. HDH gave a deep understanding with such simplicity to the delegates. In this 15th Brahma Sutra Session, HDH clarifies what Vyasa is trying to say "wherever the words denoting Existence is spoken, you should look as per the context and understand source is Brahman, cause is Existence'. The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam His Divine Holiness Nithyananda Paramashivam (HDH) is the reviver of #KAILASA - the ancient enlightened civilization and the great cosmic borderless Hindu nation. Revered as the incarnation of Paramashiva - the primordial Hindu Divinity, HDH has a following of 2 billion Hindus worldwide with de facto spiritual embassies in over 150 countries. He has worked untiringly for over 26 years for the revival of Kailasa, for global peace and to give super conscious breakthrough to humanity. He has survived the worst persecution of multiple assassination attempts on person and on character by anti-Hindu elements. He is collecting, organising, preserving, time capsuling, decoding, spreading and reviving 20 Million source books of Hinduism and the 64 sacred arts & sciences like Ayurveda, music, dance, sculpting, astrology, vastu and much more. Close to 20,000 hours of HDH’s timeless talks have been recorded till date (Sep 2020), which are a treasure trove of powerful cognitions to solve individual and global problems of any kind. Part 2: https://youtu.be/wqvi-bwhOrE

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