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Sunandaji, the daughter–disciple of Swami Parthasarathy, the world renowned Vedanta philosopher, will conduct a series of lectures on Bhagavad Gita from March 11-14 at the SLST in Colombo. 
Sunandaji will be delivering discourses on the chapter 3 of the Bhagavad Gita and the lecture each day will be held from 5.30 pm - 6.45  pm.


Kanapathy Chetty Selvanathan Charitable Trust is the primary sponsor of the annual Bhagavad Gita discourses. This year the lecture will be LIVE ONLINE. Hence this is an unique opportunity for people from all over Sri Lanka to join.  The lecture is free. All are welcome. Prior registration required. Register at vdnt.org/KarmaYoga 
Sunandaji has been studying and researching on Vedanta, for over three decades. Her clear and powerful presentation of the Bhagavad Gita in contemporary thought has been acclaimed in India and abroad. She has also addressed prestigious corporate organisations and universities worldwide on the practical application of Vedanta in daily life.   

Bhagavad Gita is a manual of life. It enunciates the ancient philosophy of Vedanta. Vedanta presents the eternal and universal principles of life and living which transcend the barriers of race and religion, caste and creed. These principles equip one with a strong intellect to meet the challenges of the world at all levels – official, social, and domestic. Thus one enjoys the rare combination of outer success and inner peace. 
Chapter III of the Gita enunciates the practical technique of action which brings about success. Success is an effect; right action is the cause. The three ingredients to right action are concentration, consistency, cooperation. The chapter also explains the impediments to right action and the guidelines to overcome them. 

    Further details could be obtained by visiting www.vedantacolombbo.org or  info@vedantacolombo.org  or by calling 0762796113     

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