BHAGAVAD GITA LECTURE SERIES
The Use and Abuse of Meditation
Free Public Lectures by Sunandaji
6 - 8 JUNE 2018
CONWAY HALL, LONDON
Sunandaji is the daughter disciple of internationally eminent philosopher A. Parthasarathy. Under his guidance, Sunandaji has been imbibing Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India for over three decades.
This year's lectures are based on Chapter VI of the Bhagavad Gita. The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient philosophical text, which expounds the eternal principles of life and living. The principles enable one to achieve success and peace in all aspects of life – official, social and domestic. Above all they usher one towards the ultimate perfection, the goal of spiritual Enlightenment.
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
Nearest Tube: Holborn (Central Line & Piccadilly Line)
7.00pm - 8.30pm Wednesday to Friday
To reach Conway Hall on foot maps and directions can be found on walkit.com. Just enter your start location and our postcode: WC1R 4RL for the best walking route.
Holborn Station (Central and Piccadilly lines) is approximately five minutes walk away. Also within reasonable walking distance are Chancery Lane and Russell Square.
Arriving by Bus
Route 98 comes via Oxford Street and terminates in Red Lion Square. Routes 19, 38, 55 and 243 pass by the Theobalds Road entrance to the Hall. Any bus to Holborn, Grays Inn Road or Southampton Row/Kingsway comes close to Conway Hall.
There is metered car parking available in Red Lion Square and adjacent streets, unrestricted after 18.30. Please note some parking areas are for residents only and there are other local restrictions.
Sunandaji has been studying and researching Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India for over three decades. Her clear and powerful presentation of the Bhagavad Gita in contemporary thought has been acclaimed in India and abroad. Sunandaji has also addressed prestigious corporate organisations and universities worldwide on the practical application of Vedanta in daily life.