“How to Think Like a Hindu,” with guest Swami Sarvapriyananda

Episode 156:
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On this episode, we interview a Hindu monk. We explore the methods and thought processes of Hinduism, and try to enter into the perspective of what may be the oldest religion in the world. In the process, we examine the purpose and nature of religion, the self, enlightenment, and the meaning of rebirth and reincarnation.

Swami Sarvapriyananda is the Minister and spiritual leader of the Vedanta Society of New York. He was a Nagral Fellow at the Harvard Divinity School, Assistant Minister in the Vedanta Society of Southern California’s Hollywood Temple, and an acharya (teacher) at the Monastic Probationers’ Training Center at Belur Math, India.

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