Bhaktiyog – Swami Vivekananda

We bring to you an interesting and spiritual series called “Bhakti Yog,” written by the renowned personality “Swami Vivekananda.” Through this series, we will explore the concepts of religion, devotion, and life. Additionally, we will delve into the thoughts that Swami Vivekananda contemplated about human life. So, without further delay, start listening to the Bhakti Yog series authored by Swami Vivekananda, exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”

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What is “Bhakti Yog”? What is the means to attain liberation for humans? What has been said in the Vyasa Sutras? How does one attain realization of the divine? Find the answers to all these questions exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”
In this episode, we will learn how the creation of the universe happened. What did Swami Sachchidananda say about life? What has been mentioned in our scriptures? And what was the reason for the birth of the human race in the world? Get the answers to all these questions exclusively on “Audio Pitara.” Don’t forget to share your feedback in the comment section of the episode.
What is your definition of Dharma (righteousness)? The straightforward answer to this question is known to very few. But do you know the true meaning of dharma? And do you know how many types of devotion (Bhakti) exist? What is the means of self-purification as mentioned in the scriptures? You’ll get the answers to all these questions exclusively on “Audio Pitara.” Also, share your definition of “Dharma” with us in the comment section of this episode.
The importance of a guru in our lives is often compared to that of God. Since childhood, we’ve been hearing and understanding the significance of a guru, whether in the form of parents or teachers. Gurus are always held in high regard. Learn about the profound importance of a guru and discover what the scriptures have to say about them, exclusively on “Audio Pitara.” Also, share your own stories related to your guru with us.
Do you know what the true identification of a genuine Guru-disciple relationship is? What is Truth? Who is considered the highest among great souls? And why is it said that nowadays the Guru-disciple relationship has turned into a mere business? To find out, listen to the episode till the end exclusively on “Audio Pitara.” Share your thoughts and experiences about your favorite guru and disciple relationships as well.
If we were to ask you, what is the meaning of “Pavitrata” (Purity), what would your answer be? When you hear the term “purity,” what comes to your mind first? What did Lord Krishna say about the purity of a Guru’s mind during the Mahabharata war? Find the answers to all these questions exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”
Swami Vivekananda has imparted a lot of wisdom to us, including the concept of “Mantra.” He explained what a Mantra actually is. He talked about the concept of “Deh-pind” and unveiled the mystery behind the sound of “Om.” If you also want to know what the mystery behind the sound of “Om” is, listen to this episode till the end only on “Audio Pitara.”
We all know the meanings of “Prateek” (Symbol) and “Upasana” (Worship), but what did Guru Ramanujan say about them? What is the difference between Upasana and worshiping a deity? What has been explained about the meaning of Upasana by “Shankaracharya”? Understand the true meanings of Prateek and Upasana exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”
In this episode, we will learn about the concept of “satyanishtha” (dedication to truth). What is the path to attaining God? In what ways do people change their ideals for spiritual liberation? Why did Swami Vivekananda refer to religion as a drug addiction? Discover all these insights exclusively on “Audio Pitara.” Share your thoughts in the comment section of this episode.
What did scholars like “Ramanujan” reveal about the “Vedanta Sutras”? What is the concept of “vastu dosh” (imperfection of an object)? What is “Sparsh Dosh” (defect of touch)? And what is “Aahar shuddhi” (purity in food)? Find the answers to all these questions exclusively on “Audio Pitara.” Share this episode with your friends and family.
No one knows the exact definition of the word “love,” but do you know what Swami Vivekananda revealed about the secrets of the path of love? Why did he say that humans do not love another human but their soul? And what did he mention as the supreme means of devotion? To find out, listen to this episode till the end exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”
No one knows the exact definition of the word “love,” but do you know what Swami Vivekananda revealed about the secrets of the path of love? Why did he say that humans do not love another human but their soul? And what did he mention as the supreme means of devotion? To find out, listen to this episode till the end exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”
What did Krishna tell Arjuna about virtues and vices? How is a superior worshiper described? What is considered a danger to a knowledgeable yogi? And what is the biggest difference between Gyan Yog and Bhakti Yog? Get the answers to all these questions exclusively on “Audio Pitara.”
When you hear about different stages of devotion (Bhakti), what comes to your mind? Different religions or different ways of being a devotee, perhaps. But do you know what Swami Vivekananda’s statement was about the stages of devotion? How did he describe himself as a devotee? What distinction did he highlight about devotion? If you want to know about these distinctions, listen to this episode till the end and share your feedback in the comments section only on “Audio Pitara”.
“Perhaps no one can provide a simple definition of what God is. People from various backgrounds have given different definitions for it. In this episode, we will learn about what Swami Vivekananda had to say about faith in God and devotion towards Him. And why did he compare humans to vultures? To know, listen to this audiobook till the end only on “Audio Pitara”
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