Vedanta, or the philosophical end parts of the Vedas, expounds the ancient wisdom of India and Hinduism. This book introduces them in simple language, examples, and easily understood concepts. This book is written to assist both the beginner as well as the advanced student-seeker with interest in self-inquiry. This book starts with the fundamental human problems and questions and search for happiness, and introduces the philosophy behind the spirituality of the many Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita, and provides brief quotes from them. It goes on to explain the nature of the mind, its classification, and describes what this “I” is. In the process, it also explains the errors in perception, what is real and what is unreal, and the nature of consciousness and ultimate reality. A brief list of materials for further exploration appears at the end of the book.