The OCHS Continuing Education Department is offering a day-school, Three Short Upanishads, in London on 25 March. Tutored by Dr Jessica Frazier, Dr Rembert Lutjeharms, and Anuradha Dooney, it aims to to be intensive yet accessible.
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.
The day-school takes place from 10am to 6pm at The Rembrandt Hotel, 11 Thurloe Place, Knightsbridge.