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Managing Dilemmas: Mahabharata Insights

  • Ended
  • Evergreen, San Jose, CA


Program Details 30 April 2004 7.00-9.00 PM Evergeeen, San Jose (Full address will be emailed upon filling the form) About the program Introduction It is famously said of the Mahabharata that "Everything is found in the Mahabharata. What is not found here, cannot be found anywhere else." Mahabharata provides us with a powerful narrative exploring the complexities of life and a framework of Dharma (among other concepts) that helps resolve the apparent conflicts and contradictions of modern-day existence. With better understanding and insights we would become better equipped to face the challenges of life and be successful. With our success, we impact the success of our immediate community, nation and the world at large. Shriman Adinarayanan and Matrushree (Ma) Ananthalakshmi Adinarayanan are the founding Gurus of Anaadi Foundation. Shriman Adinarayanan is a Siddhayogi who has spent more than 250 days in mouna tapasya. He has a Masters from North Carolina State University and spent more than a decade in Academia. He is currently Adjunct Professor of Practice at IIT Delhi. The Guru Dampatis belong to the glorious siddha parampara of Agastya Maharishi and Mahavatar Kriya Babaji. While at US during his Masters, Shriman had a deep spiritual experience which he later realised as the experience of Samadhi. Following that, Siddhayogi Shriman Adinarayanan had a strong desire to return to Bharat to dedicate himself to spirituality and serving the society. Since their marriage in Shriman and Maa have been leading a yogic life of simplicity and purpose. After spending some time in the software industry and with the intention of living a life that can be of benefit to a larger number of people, especially the youth, they moved to academics. Their sadhana and Adinarayanan's mouna tapasya inspired them to make the essence of the spiritual parampara of the country available to everyone.

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