Vedanta Paribhasa is an introductory book to the philosophy of Shankaracarya's Advaita Vedanta by Dharmaraja Adhvarindra. It contains eight chapters. The first six chapters delineate the epistemology (pramana), the seventh describes Brahman, the object of knowledge (prameya), and the eighth describes the ultimate goal (prayojana). It is the most popular book to get a grasp of Advaita Vedanta.
Babaji reads the terse original text in Sanskrit, elaborates upon, and explains it. Preliminary knowledge in Sanskrit is helpful to understand this course.
If we need a job, how much do we think about getting a job? We become impatient for getting a job. We have to become impatient like that for chanting. We have to be ready to do anything just to chant, then only is it possible to get a taste for it and our mind will become peaceful.