A. Parthasarathy is an internationally acclaimed philosopher with a multi-disciplined academic base including post-graduation from London University. He has researched for over sixty years on the state of human beings and focused on the imperative need to revive, rehabilitate the human intellect. His dedicated service has resulted in four distinct achievements:
He has published nine books which present ancient philosophical teachings and wisdom of thinkers from the East and West. Three of them have earned bestselling status.
Founded in January 1988 in Malavli Hills, near Mumbai, India. It offers three-year residential courses designed to build the intellect and instil higher values of life in students from India and abroad.
His discourses have captivated audiences the world over for more than fifty years. And widely acclaimed by prestigious universities, institutions and organizations.
He has been a distinguished resource of the Young Entrepreneur’s Organisation (YEO), Young President’s Organisation (YPO), World President’s Organisation (WPO), World Economic Forum and multinational corporations round the world.
Just how to live your life?
Everybody sooner or later comes to crossroads where the path of life divides
and you must turn one way or another. This book is based on the timeless wisdom
of Vedanta, ancient Indian spiritual jewel, that leads you to examine who you
are, who God is, and what the world is. In a systematic and down-to-earth
manner, Vedanta questions all your taken-for-granted assumptions so that you
can see for yourself what has not worked in your life so far.
This book starts out with basic
facts but it quickly dives deeply in life’s fundamental paradoxes. It is a kind
of quick guide for serious students who are keen on exploring those issues as a
means of finding solution from suffering and life’s complexities. The ultimate
goal is to find the knowledge that frees you from further dependence and
feelings of inadequacy and lack.
This book is based on traditional Vedanta and it
is written by Vedanta students, Paul and Carol Bahder, in the tradition of
Swami Dayananda, who is the world’s foremost Vedanta authority. Use of Sanskrit
words written in parentheses after English allows the reader to effortlessly
learn technical language, if he or she wishes to. It is a Vedanta reference
that invites to be visited over and over again.