The pre-eminent philosopher Swami Parthasarathy, popularly known as 'Swamiji', is widely acclaimed as the greatest living exponent of Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of life and living. He has multiple degrees in literature, science and law, and completed a postgraduation in international law from London University. He renounced a lucrative corporate career early in life to dedicate himself to study and research of Vedanta.

In a life of selfless service over five decades, Swamiji's exceptional contribution has been the translation of subtle philosophical themes into practical techniques of living. An exercise that has reduced stress and increased productivity among human beings. His personality and lifetime effort has been profiled in books prescribed for students in India:

101 Great Indians who have made India proud in the last century.

101 Great Indian Saints (portrayed on the front cover)

101 Great Indian Authors and Poets

The Mind of the Guru, foreworded by the Dalai Lama, as one of the preminent philosophers of our times.

His teachings develop the clarity in thinking needed to

-Reduce stress in everyday living
-Increase productivity at work
-Maintain harmony in relationships
-Handle the challenges of life

Press Coverage

Swami Parthasarathy has been featured in print and electronic media worldwide including TIME, the New Yorker, Businessweek, CNBC, Sunday Times London, the New York Post, The Times of India, among others. For details and sound bytes please go to the Press Room


Swamiji has written eleven books, including three best sellers. His seminal new book is Governing Business and Relationships

He has spoken to

The Festival of Thinkers as a keynote speaker alongside sixteen Nobel Laureates, and the Aspen Ideas Festival, also as a keynote

- The Young Presidents’ Organization, The World Presidents’     Organization, The World  Economic Forum

- Harvard, Wharton, NASA, Microsoft, Ford, Indian cricket team

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