Swami Parthasarathy

A man who gave away his Rolls-Royce to learn Vedanta. For 60 years he has been teaching Vedanta. He has written 12 books, 3 best sellers, and addressed audiences around the world, including Nasa, Google and Microsoft.

A Living Legend

This video shows a brief history of Swami Parthasarathy’s life and work over 60 years.

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Who is Swami Parthasarathy?

Swami Avula Parthasarathy, popularly known as Swamiji (1927 – ) is a philosopher and the world’s leading exponent of Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India. He has multiple degrees in literature, science and law, and completed a post-graduation in international law from London University. Renouncing a career in shipping, early in life, he has dedicated his life to study, research and the propagation of Vedanta. His writings, discourses and seminars have featured in international press and television media. Business, sport and film celebrities regularly seek his counsel.

  • International speaker and author of twelve books, including three bestsellers.

  • Counsels celebrities, sporting legends and corporates on the technique of combining success with peace of mind.

  • Addressed leading organisations, including Google, Microsoft, NASA, World Bank, World Economic Forum, Young Presidents’ Organisation, Indian Cricket Team, Harvard and Oxford.

  • Founder of the Vedanta Academy in India, an institution dedicated to the development of the human intellect.

  • Fit and healthy at 94. Follows a daily exercise program and has won many most-valuable-player awards for his Academy cricket team.

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