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K.R. Paramahamsa was a retired civil servant in India borne on the Indian Administrative Service. He is Adjunct Faculty to the Hindu University of America in the USA. He is presently a resident of the Ashram of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai at Prashanthi Nilayam - 515134, India, in pursuit of spiritual advancement in his own little way.

K.R. Paramahamsa has created the website Sri Sathya Sai Veda Pratishtan at www.vedamu.org, which is the repository of all the Vedic texts in Devanagari and Grandha scripts. The website has audio of over 415 hours of Vedic chanting of ten Veda sakhas presently available in India, in different modes of chanting, in a representative way.

K.R. Paramahamsa is author of the following books:
Buddhism in Scripture and Practice
Publishing House: TotalRecall Publications
Publication Date: 6/27/2007
ISBN: 9781590958926

Publishing House: Total Recall Press
Publication Date: 1/27/2007
ISBN: 643977588722

Ekam Sat 1
Publishing House: Total Recall Press
Publication Date: 6/27/2007
ISBN: 9780974693729

Publishing House: Total Recall Press
Publication Date: 6/27/2007
ISBN: 9780974693705

Living in spirit (eBook)
Publishing House: Total Recall Press
Publication Date: 6/27/2007
ISBN: 9781590958919


This practice of yoga, the path of yoga, that has been approved of by dignified persons, O leading Brahmin, has been well narrated to us.
O Brahmin! O excellent Sage! It behooves you to relate to us the respective peculiarities of Saamkhya and Yoga. O Sage! Conversant with virtue, everything is known to you!
Sattva creates gunas and the Kshetrajna presides over them. It is all but natural that Sattva creates these gunas. Just as the spider weaves its web, so also Sattva creates gunas.
Should the Vedic injunction be ‘Perform rites and renounce them’? Whither do they go by means of Vidya (learning), and what do they (the performers) attain to by means of holy rites?
O Sage! O excellent Brahmin! We are not satiated imbibing the verbal nectar coming out of the ocean of your mouth.
Now tell us the yoga which is an antidote to the contact with miseries. On understanding it, we shall come in unison with the unchanging Purushottama (the Eternal Supreme Soul).
After understanding the three types of suffering, O Brahmins, beginning with the Aadhyaatmika (the organic), a learned man realizes perfect knowledge and has Vairagya (detachment). He then attains to the ultimate re-absorption.
The Vyasa-Gita is contained Brahmapurana (Part III). The Brahmapurana belongs to the class of Hindu religious literature known as the Puranas. The word ‘Purana' in Sanskrit means ‘a narrative of ancient times'.
Then that best of Raghus who was the embodiment of all worldly bliss, having established the very sacred fame of the Ramayana, followed the path trodden by the royal sages of old.
The Rama-Gita is contained in chapter 5 of the Uttara-Kanda of the Adhyathma Ramayana forming part of the Brahmanda Purana.