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Living Hinduism: Shiva as a teacher, National Museum, Bangkok
Dates
: 19th November 2009
Location
: National Museum, Bangkok
Teacher
: Surya Tahora
Subject
: The vision of Upanishads explained through representation of Lord
  Shiva as a teacher(Daksinamurti)
Comments of participants :

‘This Talk was part of 64TH Introductory Lecture Series held at the National Museum of Bangkok. For more details, see the website of National Museum Volunteers.’

You can also read the Power Point presentation and summary notes of this talk on our blog 'Bridges to Oneness'.

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