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WORKSHOP: 'Philosophy of Oneness: Bridging East and West'

Chinmaya International Shodha Sansthan[CIFSS] announces A eight day Textual Workshop on 'Philosophy of Oneness: Bridging East and West' from 24th to 31st December 2009 at Chinmaya International Foundation, Adi Sankara Nilayam, Veliyanad, Ernakulam, Kerala.

Subjects:
Idealism : East & West : Prof. R. Balasubramanian,
Formerly Chairman, ICPR, New Delhi
Advaita Makaranda : Prof. Godavarisha Mishra,
Member Secretary, ICPR, New Delhi
Vishaya Parichheda of Vedanta Paribhasha : Dr. Goda Venkateshwara Shastri,
Traditional Scholar, Chennai



You are welcome to join this Textual Workshop and benefit from the study
of these texts. IInd class shortest route rail fare for students will be reimbersed and lodging & baording will also be provided.

For further information contact:

The Director, CIFSS
Ph: 9567761194, 0484-2747104, Email : director@chinfo.org



Kindly forward this information to your contacts who would be interested in this Textual Workshop.

Since the seats are limited, you are requested to register at the earliest.
Brochure is enclosed

Yours Sincerely



Director
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Dr.V.SheebaSudheer
Dpty Director
CIFSS, Adisankaranilayam
Veliyanadu, Kerala

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