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The known & the knower, 10 Talks on Chapter XIII Bhagavad Gita, Bangkok, March-May 2009
: Every Sunday from March to May 2009
: Sukhumvit soi 15, Bangkok
: Neema Majmudar
: Verse by verse study of the chapter XIII of the Gita
Comments of participants :

‘I always have been a seeker and the talks on the chapter 13 of the Gita have been very fulfilling for me. We generally try to read the Gita on our own and have our own ideas on its content. But the way Neema explained it was with so much clarity that it has become easier for me to understand and retain its vision. The art of looking at things objectively is mind boggling and it helps in day to day living and dealing with other persons at work and at home. Another great change has come in my life as I understood how to interact and to interconnect with others. Many common misconceptions about ‘controlling’ desires, ‘being detached’, etc. were also inquired into and negated. It was a great pleasure knowing Neema and it is a comfort being with Surya and Neema, discussing various things, as both are so warm and patient listeners and always eager to share knowledge. May God always be with them.’
Pramode Jain, Bangkok

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Vedanta, the Yoga of Objectivity
In this interview done in Bangkok, Neema explains why we have chosen to call this website, Vedanta, the Yoga
of Objectivity. What is the relationship between objectivity and seeing the reality as it is? What are the different
levels of objectivity we are speaking about?
Listen to audio (3:46 minutes)

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