Three Short Upanishads Day School: London 25 March 2017



Dr Jessica Frazier
Anuradha Dooney


25 March 2017 10am–6pm




The Rembrandt Hotel,
11 Thurloe Place
London SW7 2RS

This day school is a study of three of the shortest of the major Upanishads: the Kena, the Ishavasya and the Mandukya.

Despite the brevity of these works, they are fundamental to the doctrines of Hindu Dharma and are foundational works for Hindu religious teachings.

Because these Upanishads are so short we can undertake a close study in a relatively short time, with reference to the commentary of Shankaracharya and others.

Our first Day School is tutored by Dr Jessica Frazier and Anuradha Dooney, two of our very best tutors. It promises to be intensive yet accessible; challenging and rewarding.

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Introduction to the course by Dr Jessica Frazier

When and Where

Saturday 25 March

The Rembrandt Hotel
11 Thurloe Pl
London, SW7 2RS

Registration: 9.45am
Session one: 10–11.20am
Teas and coffees: 11.20–11.40am
Session two: 11.40am–1pm
Lunch break 1–2.30pm
Session 3: 2.30–3.50pm
Teas and coffees: 3.50–4.10pm
Session 4: 4.10–5.30pm
Conclusions: 5.30–6pm