Calling Millennial and Young Professionals in the Bay Area, DON'T miss this unique learning and networking opportunity
Distinguished Mentors, Coaches, and Academicians will have interactive discussions on the relevance and significance of Bhagavad Gita for Millenials and Young Professionals.
The global dialog on Bhagavad Gita is convened as part of a long-term effort under the inspirational guidance of Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha, a renowned Spiritual Master from India. Through a series of global dialog, the Center for Inner Resources Development - North America (CIRD-NA) will present the message of Bhagavad Gita as a universal life manual.
Gaurav Rastogi will deliver the first keynote for this segment. He is the founder of Livingdeeply Foundation, and the topic will be Don't Sit This One Out: Bhagavad Gita - A Call to Action. Philip Goldberg, author of American Veda, will be the second keynote speaker and will speak on The Gite and Your Future: Ancient Wisdom on the Cutting Edge.
Leadership Coach, Dr. Prasad Kaipa will moderate an impressive panel. Speakers in the panel include Dr. Fred Luskin from Stanford University Forgiveness Project and Dr. Sailesh Rao, Executive Director of Climate Healer.
Chinmay Surpur, Academic Specialist and Tanupa Thaker, a student from San Jose State University will share perspectives of Millennial and Young Professionals.
"The panel discussions will motivate millennials, young professionals, upcoming entrepreneurs, and students alike," according to Dr. Ravi Jandyala, the GBGC program covener.
The convention will enlighten, guide, and stimulate an abiding interest in The Bhagavad Gita as a guide, practical wisdom that is ancient, yet completely relevant in the contemporary world. Insights will be shared through direct, first-hand experiences by distinguished spiritual masters, academic scholars, community leaders, and professionals.
Admission to the convention is FREE. All are welcome. Registration is available at https://globalgita.org/
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