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Gita in Daily Life - Swami Viditatmananda Saraswati
Sri Swami Viditatmananda, a disciple of Sri Swami Dayananda Saraswati, expounds Vedanta with simplicity and directness that make it easy to assimilate. Having lived and worked in the United States prior to becoming a renunciate, Swami Viditatmananda is familiar with the lifestyles in India and the west. With his insight into both cultures, he reaches out to everyone with equal ease. Swami Viditatmananda graduated in 1978 from the course taught by Pujya swamiji in Bombay, India. Since then he has been extremely active, teaching, writing books and preparing Pujya Swamiji's words for publication. He visits the Gurukulam every year during spring/summer and conducts classes. Under the banner of Adhyatma Vidya Mandir, Swami Viditatmananda conducts various programs to disseminate the knowledge of the scriptures. He gives talks on the Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita all over Gujarat, India. He also conducts management seminars with a view to show the relevance of Vedanta in management.

Date: 06/29/2003
Location: MIT, Room 4-237
Time: 10 to 11:15 am and 11:45 to 1 pm

Organized By: Arsha Vidya Gurukulam

Contact: Vinod Chungi 781-784-0614

Web: www.arshavidya.org
Email: vchungi@attbi.com
Directions: Directions to MIT (77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139):

From I-90 West : Follow I-90 east to the Cambridge/Brighton exit (exit 18). Following the signs to Cambridge, cross the River Street Bridge, and continue straight about 1 mile to Central Square. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue and follow Massachusetts Avenue for about a half mile. The main entrance to MIT will be on your left. If you cross the river again, you have gone too far.

From Route I-93: From I-93, take exit 26, and follow the signs to Back Bay along Storrow Drive West, approximately 1.5 miles, to the exit for Route 2A. The exit will be on the left, just before the Harvard Bridge (or Massachusetts Avenue Bridge). The Charles River will be on your right. As you cross the bridge, you will be looking at MIT.

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