Swami Paramananda Giri joined the prestigious Sri Kailas Ashram Brahma Vidya Peetha in 2001 and was initiated into Naishtika Brahmacharya by Shrimat Swami Vidyananda Giriji Maharaj. He was initiated into Sannyasa shortly after. He studied Panineeya Sanskrit grammar, Nyaya of Kapil, Patanjali Yoga Darshan, Prasthana Traya of Advaita Vedanta, and other subsidiary texts of Vedanta. Swami Paramananda Giri currently resides in the Tattvamasi ashram, and teaches Vedanta and Sanskrit to his students.
Among the Upanishads, the Mundaka Upanishad is regarded as one of the most important, illuminating the Path of Knowledge.
The famous yogic text, Upadesha Saram (The Essence of Spiritual Instruction), expounds the various paths to liberation.
The Bhagavad Gita is the fundamental text for yogis and instructs on a broad range of spiritual topics.