Thursday, November 26, 2020

Day 1-Vrindavan outside Vrindavan with Ananga Mohan Das

Day 1-Vrindavan outside Vrindavan with Ananga Mohan Das GBC Strategic Planning Team (SPT) invites you to discover the holy land of Vrindavan outside the real Vrindavan in our 4 day special series. Ananga Mohan Das will join us on Day 1 to talk about seeing Vrindavan in Jagannath Puri. About Ananga Mohan Das Ananga Mohan Das is an expert in the field of synthesis of science and Vedas. He has done profound study of both. Being inspired by the dedication and service rendered by Srila Prabhupada, the founder of ISKCON, he joined ISKCON as a full time celibate at Sri Sri Radha Govinda Temple, ISKCON, KOLKATA for systematically teaching the sublime message of Bhagavat-gita and its application in modern times. From 1995, he was connected to ISKCON and he dedicated his life as a full-time devotee on the year of 2002. He is a Youth counselor and corporate advisor. Traveling all over India and outside india, he guides many students and professionals in Principle-centered Leadership and in the practical application of Vedas in everyday life that brings about a combination of healthy body, mind and soul. He offers seminars on Stress management, Proactive leadership, Time management, Art of Mind Control etc. in various prestigious educational institutes in India, and outside India. This includes IIT Kharagpur, NIT Jamshedpur, Jadavpur University etc and also different places in Bangladesh, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, London etc. He has special popularity for his Ram-katha and Jagannath Katha and he is famous for his melodious kirtan. He is also a teacher for Bhakti sastri courses and is presently rendering his service as a Vice-President of ISKCON Kolkata. He is the chairman for the world famous Kolkata RATHAYATRA. One of hos primary projects is devolving the Ultadanga Junction, the place where Srila Prabhpada met Srila Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Thakur Prabhupada in 1922. He is one of the master-minds behind developing Srila Prabhupada Places in Kolkata.

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