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A Short Introduction to Vedant

A Short Introduction to Vedant

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A Short Introduction to Vedant
 A Short  Introductionto Vedant  By:-Abhiram
A Short Introduction to Vedant
Earlier it was decided that this work will be published and sold at somereasonable and affordable price to people. The idea of fixing price was that people should take it seriously for having paid for the same. Later it wasthought that it is poor logic that a thing that is charged gains importance, for example the air we breathe.. And even if it gets importance then that is a badstandard of judging the importance of the thing and this needs to bechanged. So this work is to be distributed free as far as possible and if allowed by the author it may be printed and distributed by any one freely.This is expected to be done in good faith trusting the goodwill of people,and is expected that:-
. This work will not be used for any commercial purpose what-so-ever.Printing charges should as far as possible be borne by the people whowant to distribute it, unless permitted by the author to the contrary.
. This work will not be published in name of someone else other thanthe author.
That nothing should be erased, added or edited from this work including repetitions, spelling mistakes, syntaxes and font without the permission of the author in writing. 
That the work should always be published together with dedicationand this declaration, to the last word.
About the author
The author has written this work for any one who cares to read it. To knowmore about him is not important. If one wants to know the authority of anywork he should use his judgment. The standard of authority is not that thework comes from the mouth of a person who says he is enlightened. Theauthor does not claim to be an enlightened person and neither expects nor wants to get enlightened. Meeting the author is not important at all anddifficult also for he keeps roaming all over India or is the on Ghats of Varanasi most of the time. However since it does not seem proper that awork written should be left creating confusion in the minds of people, a probable contact address of the author is given below:-
A Short Introduction to Vedant
SWAMI ABHIRAM DASSRI RAM MANDIR B24\19, GURUDHAMVARANASI U.P.0542-2275735009109889927006(main no.)Email-abhiram.das@rediffmail.com
Introduction1.What is Vedanta2.Adhikari Fit aspirant3.Guru-disciple relationship4.Methods of Vedanta5.Self: Portal to Brahman
– Illusion7.The illusory creation
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