Significance of Himalayas Yogi’s
Yogis are known as the discoverer of ancient great Vedic cultures. Among these discoveries, they have discovered physical, mental and spiritual science. They were devoted/committed to exploring the well-being of themself as well as for society. They use to live in the Himalayas (Caves) and pursue their life to find a combination between the individual soul and the supreme soul. On the way of pursuing their goal, they use to have limited access to food and other facilities. They discover Yogic Science to balance the physical world as well as the spiritual world. They found there is a certain technique that they can practice and keep themselves (physically) and mentally healthy. This technique is called Yogic Science. In this Yogic Science, there is variations of the spiritual path are there to achieve their goal like Traditional Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Karma Yoga, Meditation, etc.
What is Vedanta?
Vedanta is the end of knowledge where the Upanishad start. Veda, it comes from Vid Dhatu. Veda means to know Knowledge/Wisdom and Anta means the end of the knowledge. Vedanta it comes from Uttara Mimansa Scriptures describe by Maharsi Veda Vyasa. Vedanta showed how to get a happy and peaceful life in Society. VEDAS examines this set of a vital question of man –the meaning of life, the goal of life, the nature of truth, etc. Hence, the Vedas is most relevant to these sharp young minds entering into life.
Vedanta declared Brahma Satya Jagat Mithya Jivo Brahma Na Parah. Brahman/Cosmic energy is real and the world is unreal/ignorance and the individual being and Brahman are not separate from each other, both are one and the same. This is called Adwaita(which is not divided) Philosophy. According to Indian Philosophy, there are six types of Philosophy among of them Uttara Mimansa is Adwaita Philosophy. All the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Epics it belongs to Uttara Mimansa/Vedic Philosophy. Vedanta help us how to live in a society in a non-violence way (not to harm by Self and not to harm any being through physical, mental and speech) and live in a harmony with humbleness