In the last few decades there has been a phenomenal rise in the standard of living. However, by many measures, the quality of human life has deteriorated. At the workplace there is dissatisfaction, stress, and animosity. At home, spouses are unableRead More ›
At its heart, Vedanta revolves around developing the intellect: That we are all unhappy because we drive our lives forward using only our minds, which are the seat of emotion, likes, and dislikes—we need our intellect, the seat of reason andRead More ›
At 86, post a hip replacement surgery, Swami Parthasarathy says he’s not out. He mixes cricket with Vedanta to spread his brand of philosophy and has one mantra for all: Focus on the present. Read More >
Swami Parthasarathy’s Vedanta originates in the Upanishads, but his teachings apply to boardrooms as well. More than 3,000 years ago, pupils sat down with their gurus in the seclusion of Indian forests with the intent of learning Vedanta, which in SanskritRead More ›
"It all boils down to two things: one is acquisition, the second is enjoyment," Swami Parthasarathy, philosopher and author, told CNBC. Parthasarathy also said the world is all intelligence and no intellect.