Wisdom in Action: NJ Lecture series by eminent Indian Philosopher

Learn how ancient wisdom can help make your life stress free, productive and purposeful.
 
A free lecture series at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.
 
 
A fascinating lecture series on the theme of ancient wisdom and its role in everyday life is being held from September 27-29 in New Brunswick, NJ.  Our speaker is the eminent philosopher from India Sunandaji,  the daughter-disciple of world- renowned Guru and Author Swami Parthasarathy. 
 
The topic is “Wisdom in Action”, and you will learn how to make your life more dynamic, focused and productive, while remaining mentally peaceful and stress-free. This knowledge is derived from the ancient philosophy of Vedanta (derived from Veda: Wisdom and Anta: Ultimate). 
 
In her personal style that is described as being profound, yet practical and pleasing,   Sunandaji will explain to us the wisdom with which you ensure your actions will lead to happiness, prosperity and ultimate fulfillment of life's purpose. She has been speaking worldwide on the subject to outstanding responses, so this a great opportunity for the NJ public. 
 
The series will be held at the beautiful Trayes Hall in Rutgers University, New Brunswick from September 27 to 29. Everyone is invited to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to benefit from this timeless wisdom.  Admission is free, all are welcome and parking is available. All you have to do is show up! Remember that you have to register at www.vedantausa.org 
 
Where: Trayes Hall at Rutgers University, 100 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
When: September 27 to 29, 2019, 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm. 
Free Admission. All are welcome. 
More information and registration: www.vedantausa.org
Three day lecture series. Different topics covered each day so we recommend you attend all three!  
Parking available. 
 
 
“In spite of all the amenities and facilities, you can’t really say that humans are happier”
-Sunandaji 
 
About Sunandaji: 
Sunanda Leelaram, affectionately known as Sunandaji, is the daughter-disciple of the internationally eminent philosopher Swami Parthasarathy. Under Swamiji’s guidance, she has been studying and researching Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India, for almost four decades.
Dedicating her life to the propagation of Vedanta, Sunandaji has addressed diverse audiences across four continents for the past thirty years. Her clear and powerful presentation of ancient wisdom in contemporary thought has received widespread coverage in television, radio  and print media. She has addressed  leading organizations, corporations and Universities across the world, including the Young Presidents Organisation and World Presidents Organisation (YPO-WPO), Ernst and Young, Harvard and Oxford Universities, and the prestigious Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
Sunandaji serves as senior trustee of the Vedanta Cultural Foundation, a charitable trust dedicated to the study, research and propagation of Vedanta philosophy worldwide. The Foundation runs the Vedanta Academy in India, a unique educational institution that serves as the premier world resource of Vedanta knowledge through its full-time residential courses.

Contact Information
  1. Ritika Jain
  2. 7324690799
  3. ritika@vedantausa.org
Sun, September 29
6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
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Learn how ancient wisdom can help make your life stress free, productive and purposeful.

A free lecture series at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.


A fascinating lecture series on the theme of ancient wisdom and its role in everyday life is being held from September 27-29 in New Brunswick, NJ. Our speaker is the eminent philosopher from India Sunandaji, the daughter-disciple of ...

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