THE SPLENDOUR OF TRUTH
Tattvaloka is a unit of the Sringeri Sarada Peetham with the Jagadguru Sri Sankaracharya of Sringeri as the patron in chief. Sringeri is one of the four pillars of Sanatana Dharma set up by the Adi Sankaracharya in the 8th century CE.
Our principal objective is to spread the traditions and values taught in our scriptures.
We function from our aesthetically designed building at the heart of Chennai, spread over three floors. Besides our publishing offices, the complex houses spacious research facilities, a well equipped library, a modern IT and communication support, a 300-seat air conditioned auditorium, a meditation hall and pantry. We provide facilities in the building for visiting scholars from abroad for extended in-house stay and research.
We publish Tattvaloka, the Splendour of Truth, a spiritual family magazine of high quality in English since the year 1977. In Sanskrit, Tatt is Truth, and Aloha is Splendour.
Each issue of Tattvaloka is a showcase of Indian Vedic knowledge and wisdom, with articles written in simple style by well-known authors in India and abroad. We bring topics that are relevant to the Indian managers to underscore ethical values and good leadership taught in the scriptures. There is also a children’s section that seeks to inculcate basic values in the growing minds.
Well over 100,000 homes in India and abroad read the magazine every month, by families that cherish the values enshrined in our Vedas and Upanishads.
Publication of books
We regularly publish books on subjects of philosophy and spiritual aspects that also enjoy wide readership, such as the well-acclaimed Values in Management and the Power of Gayatri.
We have a well equipped auditorium that can seat 300 persons in air-conditioned comfort, with top class visual medium and acoustic facilities. We hold regular discourses, talks and concerts with free admission to public.
The auditorium is also available for hiring by corporate firms and business houses for conferences and in-house workshops etc on moderate fee.
We have a collection of over about 3000 books on religion, philosophy, yoga and related subjects by Indian and international authors. Visitors are welcome to read at the library free of cost, or borrow books.
We have a tastefully designed meditation hall in the building for quiet meditation and contemplation by visitors.
We arrange to conduct classes in Sanskrit for aspiring students of any age with the help of experienced teachers, right from the beginners’ level to advanced level. Attendance to the classes is free.