A. Parthasarathy (Swamiji) is a remarkable 91 year old philosopher acclaimed as the greatest living exponent of Vedanta. Through his life of service and sacrifice over six decades, he has been a beacon light of wisdom inspiring people the world over to achieve success and stress free living. At 26 having earned three college degrees and a post-graduation in Law from London University, he renounced a life of his Rolls Royce and a lucrative family business.
In 1988 Swamiji founded the Vedanta Academy in India which serves as a world resource for the Vedanta philosophy. The Academy offers 3-year residential courses for the youth, retreats for individuals and companies and an opportunity for visitors to stay and learn anytime during the year.
His teachings have been featured in:
Time Magazine, The Sunday Times, CNBC, CNN and Forbes
101 Great Indians who have made India proud in the last century
World Economic Forum, European Business Council, World Bank
Harvard University, NASA, Johnson & Johnson, Ernst & Young, Google
Swamiji has been working tirelessly throughout the year for the last 60 years. He maintains a daily schedule of yoga and jogging and is an accomplished cricketer who now plays for his Academy cricket team.