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It is said that when we cease to be in pain, we are happier than ever before. The aim of our life is true happiness and we all want happiness. It helps us aim to flourish. Once behind the veil of ignorance, a person no longer knows his or her interests and worth and so, is not able to choose principle that would advance those interests and their worth. We all are constantly in a rational inquiry into how to act and how to lead one’s life. It encompasses several dilemmas arising in our minds:

What is the true aim of life to which we should direct our actions? What “good” is truly worth having? What kind of actions and activities are truly worth engaged in?
What traits of character make a person good and make a life worth living? What are the principles that distinguish right from wrong? What principles should guide our treatment to others and what limits do they impose on our pursuit of our own happiness and our personal goals?
The quest never ends..........
Are there objective answers to questions as these? Yes, Of course. Our rich culture and varied heritage based on the eternal Vedas provide the answers and thus give us motivation to act morally in our lives. In the traditional Hindu understanding, Vedas are said to be non-personal and without beginning or end implying that the truths embodied in the Vedas are eternal and not creations of human mind. “Vedas”[means Knowledge or Truth in Sanskrit] form the core of Vedic traditions within Hinduism and are the inspirational, metaphysical and mythological foundation for later Vedanta , Yoga, Tantra and even Bhakti forms of Hinduism. Vedanta is the culmination of all Vedas or the essence of all Vedas. We need to cultivate the ability to resolve our ethical dilemmas. We need a source to point us to such truths and help us built up the capacity to discover the content of morality on our own through the use of reason...We need a “Guru” who would help us to understand these principles in conjunction with normal features of human psychology, so as to motivate us in life because every person live in a world full of both delight and danger... Swami Buddhatmanandaji, disciple of Swami Dayananda Saraswatiji, is taking classes from this November onwards and is available to you directly and even online. Swamiji’s classes primely intend on
- Psychology
Separate classes for Teen Age, Middle Age and Old Age categories.
"If your mind is happy,Then your life is happy".


- Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati

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H.H. Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati​​

H.H. Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati​​

H.H. Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati was born in Singikulam village in the district of Tirunelveli Tamil Nadu ( S/O Mr Sakthivel Achari and Mrs Arumugam Ammal ) . Within a year of Swamiji’s birth, their family relocated to Kerala where Swamiji went through formal education and spent his entire childhood. Swamiji was similar to any other child until he was nine years old, which is when he performed his first Puja. Growing devotion and consistent worship of the Lord through dedicated Puja for seven years, transformed Swamiji’s nature from a playful child to a unique young child who spent most of his time at temples, in Prayer and Puja. The difference was clearly seen in Swamiji’s behavior and performance in school as well, as he was awarded for good character during his study from classes VI to X.

It was during this period of life when Swamiji developed a liking towards Sannyasis, of whom Swami Vivekananda was his favorite. As though to further fuel his inclination towards Swami Vivekananda, one of Swamiji’s teachers in school presented him some books written by Swami Vivekananda. Swamiji ensured he read them all with utmost devotion and sincerity which helped him imbibe many virtues and noble qualities.
One important aspect which attracted Swamiji a lot was seva – serving every body around him with love and a spirit of serving the Lord. Swamiji’s service mentality drew him towards an ashram near his village which Swamiji started visiting often after his schooling. The regular visits to the ashram inspired Swamiji to take the path of renunciation and soon he became a Sannyasi. In 1999, Swamiji joined Ramakrishna Mission and served there for around three years. In 2002, Swamiji moved on to join at Narayana Ashram Tapovanam in Thrissur where he spent close to six years, doing a lot of seva and gaining abundant ‘antahkarana shuddhi’ during the period. 2008 Swamiji moved on to join Swami Purushothamananda ashrama Tiruvalla there Swami Prakashananda puri very old Sannyasi . There Swamiji taken first sannyasa diksha from Swami Prakashananda puri on 2009/02/23, Monday , Maha Sivarathi then Swamiji become the name of Swami Shekarananda Puri.
It was in 2009/10/16 Swamiji met his present Guru, Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswathi of Arsha Vidya Gurukulam. Swamiji was attracted and inspired by Pujya Swamiji’s wisdom, grace and compassion and joined the Vedanta course at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam in 2010. Swamiji studied under Pujya Swamiji till 2013 when he completed the course. In 2012, as part of the course, Swamiji was reinitiated into Sannyasa and named H.H. Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati by his beloved Guru. Swamiji is presently staying in Tirunelveli as Acharya of (Srimath Parasamaya Kolari Nather Aaddenam) . Swamiji has dedicated his life for the welfare of mankind, spreading the Indian culture, and serving humanity as a service to the Lord and his revered Guru Pujya Swami Dayanandaji. Swamiji is a International expert and advisor on Global Initiative of Science and Spiritualiti Resecarch.


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