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VIDEO LECTURES

Manglacharan has curated video content focused on shedding light on the treasure trove of knowledge passed down by our ancestors, which has not yet been translated into English. 

Find below videos on Manglacharan's YouTube Channel:

Part 1: Intro to Vicārsāgara and Advaita Vedānta - Professor Michael S. Allen

September 14, 2018

Part 1 - Introduction to the Vicārsāgara and Advaita Vedānta by Professor Michael S. Allen of the University of Virginia. This is the first of a series of videos recorded with Professor Allen regarding the Vicārsāgara. Professor Allen has an upcoming book regarding the Vicārsāgara and has studied the text for numerous years.

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Part 2: Overview of  Vicārsāgara - Professor Michael S. Allen

January 14, 2017

Part 2 - Overview of the Vicārsāgara by Professor Michael S. Allen of the University of Virginia.  This is the second part of a series of videos recorded with Professor Allen regarding the Vicārsāgara. Professor Allen has an upcoming book regarding the Vicārsāgara and has studied the text for numerous years.

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The Prabodhcandrodaya - The Rise of the Moon of Awakening

January 14, 2017

The Prabodhcandrodaya - The Rise of the Moon of Awakening, is a very influential Sanskrit play, written at the end of the 11th century. Rooted in Advaita Vedanta philosophy, the text took numerous forms over the centuries, including a Persian version (17th century), as well as a Braj Bhasha version (18th century) translated by Pandit Gulab Singh, a Nirmala Sikh.

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Part 1: Interpretative Framework for Gurbani

September 14, 2018

Part 1 of a series on a traditional Interpretative Framework for Gurbani. Bhai Mani Singh in his Sikhan Di Bhagatmala [1723], lists a threefold categorization of perspective namely:  

  1. Perspective of action [Karam Kaand]

  2. Perspective of devotion [Upshana kaand]

  3. Perspective of wisdom [Gyaan kaand] The series will explore each perspective and their interplay.

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Kharag Singh Prasang

January 14, 2017

The Tale of Kharag Singh, a uniquely Sikh tale interwoven within the vernacular retellings of the Sanskrit tales of Krishna, found within the Dasam Granth. The tale is emblematic of the driving warrior spirit within the Sikh community, and may be a foundational text, setting the tone for future folk lore related to Sikh warriors, such as the tale of Baba Deep Singh.

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Introduction to Dasam Granth

January 14, 2017

As an introduction to the Dasam Granth, in a presentation to undergraduate students at the University of Toronto (Mississauga), the video speaks to the formative nature of the context of the texts' origin, and how it seeped into its flavour.

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