Swami Sarvapriyananda at IITK: Happiness - Vedanta and Positive Psychology
Vivekananda Samiti, IIT Kanpur was privileged to organize a 3-day Lecture
Series on Vedanta by Swami Sarvapriyanandaji Maharaj, an eminent speaker
and monk from the Ramakrishna Order, on Mar.13-15, 2015, as per the
13th Mar. 2015, Friday, 6:15 pm, L-3, Lecture Hall Complex, IIT Kanpur
Topic: Happiness: Vedanta and Positive Psychology
14th Mar. 2015, Saturday, 6:15 pm, L-4, Lecture Hall Complex, IIT Kanpur
Topic: The Eternal Witness (based on Panchadashi chapter 1)
15th Mar., 2015, Sunday, 5:15 pm, L-3, Lecture Hall Complex, IIT Kanpur
Topic: Defining God (based on Taittiriya Upanishad 2.1)
About the Speaker:
Swami Sarvapriyananda is a renowned monk of the Ramakrishna Math and
Mission. After passing out with a degree in Business Management from
Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, he joined the Ramakrishna
Order in 1994. He has been serving the Ramakrishna Math and Mission for
over 20 years now in various capacities including Vice Principal of the
Deoghar Vidyapith Higher Secondary School, Principal of the Sikshana
Mandira Teachers' Training College at Belur Math, and the first Registrar
of the Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University at Belur Math. At
present, he is an Acharya at the monastic probationer’s training centre at
Belur Math. Recently, he has been ordained Assistant Minister, Vivekananda
Society of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.
Swamiji has been a speaker at TEDx, IIM Ranchi. Besides premier Indian
institutes like the IITs and IISc, he has also delivered lectures on
Vedanta extensively across the USA and Australia-New Zealand including
noted universities such as the University of Queensland, University of
Sydney, University of Adelaide, Victoria University, and University of
North Texas etc. His interests lie in the fields of Indian and Western
Philosophy, Spirituality, Psychology, Management Sciences and Education.
His last lecture series in 2012 and 2014 at our institute have attracted
about 1 Million viewership on our Youtube channel, whose links are as
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