Swami Parthasarathy

Living is an art, a technique, a skill. You need to learn and practice it as you would to play a musical instrument or fly an aircraft.

– A. Parthasarathy

 

 

A Remarkable Philosopher-thinker in his 90’s

Known as the “Go-Getter’s Guru”, Swamiji is featured in leading publications such as TIME, Businessweek, Forbes, CNN, Sports Illustrated and The Sunday Times
• A world renowned speaker and author of eleven books with three bestsellers
• Has addressed World Bank, Young Presidents’ Organisation, Indian Cricket Team, Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, NASA, Google, Walt Disney et al.
• Pioneered the concept of intellect vs. intelligence, self-management vs. external management
• Founder and chief lecturer of the Vedanta Academy, a unique educational institution designed to develop the intellect
• Counsels international sportspersons and corporates on the technique of combining success with peace

 

A Living Wisdom

• Works 365 days with no breaks for the last 60 years
• Traveling every alternate three weeks across 5 continents for 40 years
• 6 ft height, 68 kgs weight, 32 inches waist for the last 60 years
• Wins man-of-the-match awards for cricket with players a third his age

 

“A man who adds new meaning to the phrase Business Guru”

– TIME Magazine, on Swami Parthasarathy

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A. Parthasarathy, popularly known as Swamiji, is a pre-eminent philosopher. He is acclaimed as the greatest living exponent of Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India. In a life of selfless service over six decades, Swamiji’s exceptional contribution has been the translation of subtle philosophical themes into a practical technique of living. An exercise that has brought about mental solace and material prosperity in society.

Swamiji’s stature and achievement has been profiled in four books:

101 Great Indians who have made India proud in the last century
101 Great Indian Authors and Poets
101 Great Indian Saints
The Mind of the Guru
, foreworded by H. H. The Dalai Lama, as one of the twenty eminent gurus of the world.

 

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