Satsangs

Satsangs

Chinmaya Study Groups (Satsangs) allow like-minded seekers to come together to read and discuss spiritual texts and topics based on a set curriculum. They provide a forum for in-depth study, clear and logical thinking, and serve as an inspiration for personal practice.
Regular Satsangs (discourses) sessions are held every Sunday in two sessions and typically include Prayers and Invocations, Bhajans and a discourse by our Shashiji.

Mere listening will not add to your beauty. These ideas are to be reflected upon deeply and digested slowly. This process is hastened only when you discuss what you have studied with others. Satsangs constitute the heart of our Mission. The ideas, when discussed with others, not only become deeply rooted in you, but as they become clearer in your own understanding, they also inspire those who listen to you. Thus, each student, while trying to strengthen his own understanding, can become an instrument for the spread of this knowledge. This process is the dynamic study scheme followed in the Vedantic tradition. This is not a Chinmaya methodology; it is the most ancient Vedantic tradition of study.

Swami Chinmayananda

The Chinmaya Movement emerged, grew, and expanded into a worldwide spiritual organization of Vedantic teachings based on the strength of its Satsangs.  Satsangs began through the enthusiasm of the thousands who attended Swami Chinmayananda’s talks and yajnas, and felt the need to continue regular scriptural studies.

Scriptures are not mere books for intellectual studies. We must learn to assimilate these ideas and come to live them.

Swami Chinmayananda

Location & Timings

Where & When
(All Sessions are virtual sessions through Zoom)
Topic Link
Sundays – Adult Satsang (3 sessions)
9:20 AM, 10:45 AM & 12:15 PM
TBD(Sep-June) Click here
Sundays – Adult Satsang (2 sessions)
2:15 PM & 4:15 PM
TBD(Sep-June) Click here
First Sunday of every month at 3 PM
(At Sri Chinmaya Maruti temple)
Sundarakanda Parayan Click here
Tuesday and Wednesday
8 PM – 8:30 PM
Bhagavad Gita Click here
Wednesday 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Srimad Bhagavatam Click here
Thursdays – 7 PM Valmiki Ramayana Click here