Sri Swami Tatvavidananda (శ్రీ స్వామి తత్వవిదానంద) Swami Tattvavidananda is a true pandita in both a classical and modern sense. His Vedic studies began in childhood, first under the tutelage of his father, a well-known scholar, and later in a traditional patashala. He excelled in his Vedic studies and at the age of 11 was encouraged to begin modern academic studies. A brilliant student, he ultimately earned a Ph.D in Chemistry, and enjoyed a succesful scientific career.
Swamiji continued to retain his connection to his Vedic roots, and at the instigation of colleagues, presented some of his thoughts on the Veda as a formal Ph.D. dissertation. This won him a Gold Medal and a second doctorate, this time in Sanskrit. Although steeped in traditional Vedic learning, Swami Tattvavidanandaji considers his search for understanding Vedanta ended only when he finally heard Pujya Swamiji, about ten years ago.
Since then he has dedicated himself to learning from Pujya Swamiji and recently completed the translation of the Bhagavad Gita home study program into Telegu. With his rich store of knowledge, his cheerful, unaffected manner, and his eagerness to share, Swami Tattvavidananda is a highly appreciated and beloved teacher at the Gurukulam. He is that rare combination of knowledge (vidya) and humility (vinaya)
Great tattvavidanada tattava boda, da great aachrya
No one has cared to furnish his birthday and place and time of birth to check the path he is living. Please anyone provide will be a great help to understand philosophy by knowing a person’s life who is destined to lead ascetism.
As he believes soul has no birth and death and that only body has birth and death and as he identifies that with soul and not body ,he does not have birth date…..he lives in hyderabad and recently travelled to USA and will return to hyderbad in December 2022
Also he does not belive in time, day, place and family of birth.
One has to listen to his teachings and they are available in youtube as well.
He strives to remove ignorance from human lives. He inspires us to think and reflect upon ourselves to discover who we really are.
Have never met a person amd a teacher like that. I feel he is thr kriahna for us. But are we arjunas?
How to learn from swamiji…are there any prerequisites
Or are there any Basics to cover….how to go about actually in learning from swamiji